Plans for a new terminal at Julius Nyerere International Airport
The managing director of Tanzania Tourist Board Devota Mdachi has expressed her gratitude to the ongoing construction of terminal three of Julius Nyerere International Airport.
During a visit to the site she noted the new facility will attract more international airline to the destination of Tanzania once is fully completed and begins operating.
Mdachi made this observation recently after visiting a site to see the development of the terminal three constructions which is part of the upgrading project of the airport.
The director was accompanied in the site visit by other officials from TTB who are members of cooperation committee between Tanzania Tourist Board and Tanzania Airport Authority - formed to see how best two institutions can closely work together in marketing destination Tanzania, increase number of international airlines coming to Tanzania as well as increasing number of tourist arrivals.
Prior to site the visit, the committee held a meeting to discuss on various issues in line with the areas of cooperation and made some deliberations toward strengthening destination Tanzania marketing endeavours and the promotion of the new terminal globally.
According to engineer Farashuu Faraji the new terminal will have eight boarding gates and five conveyer belts in the baggage claim area once the two phases ‘constructions of the terminal are concluded.