Project Scope: Terminal Building and associated facilities, Apron, Taxiway, Access road and Parking
Duration: 3 years (2013-2015) in two phases.Phase I: 3.5 million passenger per annum and Phase II:2.5 million passenger per annum. Phase I and II will cost Euro 133.2 million (TZS 285.0 Billion) and Euro 102 million (TZS 221.0 Billion) respectively.
Total project cost: Euro 235,493,564
Capacity: 6.0 million passengers per annum
If you ask me what I see happening in the next 5 to 10 years in our institution I would say I see the Tanzania Airport Authority (TAA) having international airports in all cities in Tanzania. That is the direction I envision for TAA. Readmore...
Tanzania Airports Authority (TAA) was established on 29th November 1999 vide Government Notice Number 404 of 1999 under the Executive Agency Act Number 30 of 1997. The Authority assumed the functions of the former Directorate of Aerodromes under the Ministry of Communications and Transport currently the Ministry of Transport. The establishment of the Agency is part of the Government efforts in changing the public service structure which is geared towards improving service delivery
The late Eng. Lambert Ndiwaita.
The Ministerial Advisory Board (MAB), Management and Staff of Tanzania Airports Authority (TAA) regret to announce the untimely death of the TAA Board Chairman, Eng. Lambert W. Ndiwaita who passed away at Nairobi Hospital, Kenya on 20th August, 2015. He will be buried at his home village in Bukoba on 25th August, 2015. Readmore...