The landing charges for Tanzania registered aircraft have been progressively at variance with those of foreign aircraft due to the continued devaluation of the Tanzania shilling against the US Dollar.
The first phase which set charges for locally registered aircraft to 50% equivalent of the USD charge rate, was implemented on 1 September 2002.
The phase that followed, where landing charge rates would be equal to those applicable to foreign registered aircraft was implemented effective 1 September 2004.
With effect from 1 January 2012 the following rates were applicable in Tanzania:
Whenever departing from the government aerodrome a passenger is charged airport services charge as follows:
|Airport||Charge per 1,000Kg or part thereof-USD|
|Dar es Salaam, Kilimanjaro,Zanzibar and Pemba||USD 5.00 or equivalent Tshs|
|Dodoma, Kigoma, Mtwara, Mwanza, Songea, Tabora and Tanga.||USD 4.50 or equivalent Tshs|
|Arusha, Bukoba, Iringa, Kilwa, Lake Manyara, Lindi, Mafia, Moshi, Musoma, Nachingwea, Njombe, Shinyanga and Songwe.||USD 4.00 or equivalent Tshs|
|Other government aerodromes||USD 3.00 or equivalent Tshs|
Note: For ease of calculation, the Tanzania Civil Aviation Authority (TCAA) sets and fixes constant exchange regularly.The set exchange rate will be published in an AIP Supplement.
|Aircraft weight||Charges per aircraft (after the first 2 hours)|
Aircraft Registered in Tanzania
Foreign Registered Aircraft
|Up to 20,000 Kg||Tshs 1000 per 12 hours or part thereof||US $5.00 per 12 hours or part thereof|
|20,000Kg - 60,000 Kg||Tshs 1000 per 6 hours or part thereof||US $5.00 per 6 hours or part thereof|
|More than 60,000 Kg||Tshs 1000 per hour or part thereof||US $5.00 per hour or part thereof|
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