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Tanzania deregisters 208 airports

Christian Fernsby ▼ | December 23, 2019
A total of 208 small size airport have been de-registered and prohibited to operate by the Tanzania Civil Aviation Authority (TCAA) over allegation of violating licensing and registration requirements.
Hamza Johari
Air industry   Hamza Johari
This follows a review by the authority, aiming to identify the active and non-operative airports and those that meet the terms of licensing and registration requirements, according to director general of TCAA Hamza Johari.

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“With effect from today (Monday) I remove from register book and prohibit use of 208 aerodromes (small airports) for failing to comply with Regulation 323 and other provisions of the Civil Aviation (Aerodromes) Regulations of 2017,” he said in a press conference at TCAA head office.

He said the authority had issued a warning notice in May, giving an ultimatum of 31st December 2019 for all aerodrome operators to comply with the licensing and registration requirements.

“Apart from lacking the operational licenses and registration certificates, the airports are not operating at all,” he said.


 

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