In demand destination Zanzibar can now enjoy even better connectivity by air with Dar es Salaam, when Coastal Aviation will launch their new 'Continuous Shuttle' with 13 daily flights effective 01st of December.
The first flight is set to leave Dar es Salaam at 07.30 hrs (a.m.) with the last flight taking off at 18.00 hrs (6 p.m.) while from Zanzibar the first flight leaves at 08.00 hrs (a.m.) with onward connections into the national park network across the country.
11 of those flights to Zanzibar will return nonstop to Dar es Salaam, a flight of just over 20 minutes, while one will route via Tanga with the remaining service traversing key destinations like Saadani, Pangani, Moshi and Dolly for KiliGolf before terminating in Arusha.
As a result of the earlier start of the service along the Swahili Coast linking to the Kilimanjaro region - take off is now at 08.00 hrs (a.m.) will several connection flights see slight adjustments in timings
It is understood that the link between Tanga and Pemba however will be discontinued under the new schedule effective 01st December.
Coastal Aviation is the largest airline, in terms of number of aircraft operated, in Tanzania if not East Africa and plays a key role in offering air services into many of the country's national parks.