Cyprus-based air charter group Zela Aviation will effective October 1, start a strategic partnership with Tanzania-based airline Precision Air, enabling it to act as a General Representative for the lease of Precision Air’s aircraft, crew, maintenance and insurance (ACMI) to other airlines.
“We are thrilled to sign a GSA contract with a reputable airline such as Precision Air,” Zela Aviation Chairman Andreas Christodoulides said
“We will work closely with Precision Air to see this partnership is fruitful and both sides achieve their business goals,” he added.
Precision Air Managing Director and CEO Patrick Mwanri in his remarks about the new partnership said:
“The aviation industry is witnessing many changes and challenges due to the pandemic; therefore, as a business, we have no option but to be agile,”
The MD emphasized that Precision Air’s partnership with Zela Aviation will enable the optimum utilization of their aircraft, as they are currently not fully utilized due to decreased demand in travel and will additionally provide a source of ancillary revenues during the low season.
Apart from scheduled commercial flights, Precision Air also offers charter services, third-party maintenance services through its Approved Maintenance Organization (AMO), parcel and cargo services.
The Tanzania based carrier operates an all ATR aircraft fleet from its base at Julius Nyerere International Airport
Zela Aviation is aircraft charter and sales service provider with offices in Limassol, Athens and London
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