Tanzania to Get Control of Airspace in Radar Systems Deal

Tanzania will take full control of its airspace in 18 months following the signing of a U.S.$2,7 million contract for the procurement and installation of four modern surveillance radars.



Tanzania Civil Aviation Authority director general Hamza Johari shakes hands with Thales Air Systems regional sales manager Abel Carr after signing an agreement in Dar es Salaam. Looking on is Works, Transport and Communication minister Makame Mbarawa.

  • Tanzania:   60bn/ - Deal to Secure Dar Airspace

    Daily News, 23 August 2017

    Tanzania Civil Aviation Authority (TCAA) and the government yesterday signed a 61bn/- deal for the purchase of four radars.Under the deal, over 10bn/- which could have been spent… Read more »

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