Qatar Airways Increases Seat Capacity on Flights to Tanzania

Tourism to Tanzania is growing and, to aid with the progress, Qatar Airways has increased its passenger capacity on the Dar es Salaam-Doha route by more than 1,000 seats per month. In a release, Tanzania’s Minister of Natural Resources & Tourism Hon. Mme. Shamsa S. Mwangunga stated estimates are that more than 750,000 tourists will visit Tanzania this year, and that by 2010 Tanzania will receive one million tourists. Tourism is also a great help to the country’s economy. Mwangunga added that travel and tourism will account for $7 trillion of combined tourism and related economic activities worldwide and result in the availability of 260 million jobs.  Visit www.tanzaniatouristboard.com and www.qatarairways.com.

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