Offers are welcome for resort and hotel at Julius Nyerere International Airport


The Tanzanian Ministry of Works and Transport, through the Tanzania Airports Authority, is inviting applications for the development of a shopping complex and its associated facilities, and a four-star hotel at the Julius Nyerere International Airport as part of a public-private partnership agreement.

Although the African Airlines Association (AFRAA) has set the resumption of the airline industry at the earliest by 2024, the Tanzanian government hopes that the development of JNIA will boost business activities at the airport. The region’s aviation industry has not been spared the global pandemic, and airlines are operating at bare minimum.

“This project is expected to provide our customers and passengers with a wider choice and a better range of services that meet their satisfaction while also helping the Tanzania Airports Authority to generate more revenue aimed at improving airport services. “the investor advisory said.

Winning applications from an international competitive selection will be invited to bid for the calls for tenders on November 22.

Successful bidders are expected to design and construct the facilities, while the Tanzania Airports Authority will finance, operate and maintain them.

The four-star hotel is expected to increase revenues from tourism and hotel activities.

Kenya Airways has launched the Fahari Innovation Hub, a center that will enable the airline, through partnerships with start-ups, to identify new avenues of income generation, relying on new technologies. The facility will also help provide start-ups and SMEs with opportunities to access markets across the aviation sector value chain, which includes airports, the food industry and tourism.

“There is a need to invent new ways for the future to be able to respond as flexibly as possible to changing times and diverse opportunities. Through this center, we hope to see improved skills, employment opportunities, community growth as well as support for universities, businesses and local SMEs as we contribute to the sustainable development of Africa ”, Kenyan ICT and Innovation Minister Joseph Mucheru said speaking at the launch.

“At the rate at which change is accelerating, especially now in the midst of a global pandemic, we have become increasingly aware of the need to be innovative as we position the business as a resilient, forward-looking business. future and sustainable with a deliberately inclusive program. empowerment, partnership and co-creation with the society around us, ”said KQ CEO Allan Kilavuka.

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