Dar-es-Salaam


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Dar-es-Salaam

[ˌdɑːressəˈlɑːm] NDar-es-Salaam m

Dar-es-Salaam

[ˌdɑːressəˈlɑːm] nDar-es-Salaam, Dar-es-Salam
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We are pleased that our technology is giving the people of Dar-es-Salaam the communications means necessary to improve their lives, and at the same time is strengthening the Tanzanian economy," said Nigel J.
Project location : 60 km north of the Dar-es-Salaam port in Mlingotini, Bagamoyo
Flightlink Air Charters plans entry into the international market with the launch of flights from Dar-es-Salaam to Mombasa in Kenya, during early 2015.
Now, with this expansion, Kenya Airways will be flying weekly 35 times to Dar-es-Salaam, up from 28 times it served earlier.
Part-owned by Sir Stelios Haji-loannou, founder of EasyJet, it began operating flights to Lusaka from Dar-es-Salaam at the start of this month.