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05 Ohio Street
Dar es Salaam
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Following its establishment, ATCL has gone through a number changes in its structure and ownership as a result of the Government's efforts to ensure that the country owns a strong national airline. The changes include partial privatization of ATCL in 2002 when the Government reduced its shareholding to 51 percent and entered into a partnership with South African Airways (SAA). The partnership ended in 2006 when the Government repurchased SAA shares to recapture 100% ownership of ATCL.
ATCL now has a total of eight aircrafts in its fleet; Four Dash 8-Q400, two Airbus A220-300 and two Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner. There are plans to integrate the Dash 8-Q300 that is in maintenance into the current fleet taking the total to 9 aircrafts by June 2020.
An additional Dash 8-Q400 is expected to be delivered in June 2020 and two more Airbus A220-300 are expected to be delivered by July 2021 taking the total number of aircrafts to twelve.
With improved fleet, ATCL is confident to regain its position as a serious competitor in the air transport market. The ongoing ATCL fleet and network expansion program include more destinations in Africa and Asia and new destination in Europe and US.