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INTERNATIONAL FEDERATION OF AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLERS' ASSOCIATIONS:  INTERNATIONAL FEDERATION OF AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLERS' ASSOCIATIONS 17th IFATCA AFRICA & MIDDLE EAST REGIONAL MEETING JOHANNESBURG, REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA, 20TH - 22ND NOVEMBER 2006:  17th IFATCA AFRICA & MIDDLE EAST REGIONAL MEETING JOHANNESBURG, REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA, 20TH - 22ND NOVEMBER 2006 47th IFATCA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 2008, ARUSHA TANZANIA. TANZANIA AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLERS’ ASSOCIATION (TATCA) By John Chambo:  47th IFATCA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 2008, ARUSHA TANZANIA. TANZANIA AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLERS’ ASSOCIATION (TATCA) By John Chambo 1. Introduction. :  1. Introduction. Thanks to all MAs that voted Tanzania to host the IFATCA 2008 Annual Conference 1. Introduction (cont.):  1. Introduction (cont.) Also to the AFM MAs who gave their proxies to Tanzania, a move that indeed boosted our vote count to emerge the winner of the elections. Thank you very much indeed. 2. Discussion.:  2. Discussion. 2.1 Conference Dates 10th to 14th March 2008. 2.2 Registration and Visa 2.2.1 Registration Between USD 130 to USD 140. 2. Discussion (cont.):  2. Discussion (cont.) 2.2 Registration and Visa (cont.) 2.2.2 Visa All visitors except those exempted on bilateral agreement, must obtain visa prior to traveling to Tanzania. 2. Discussion (cont.):  2. Discussion (cont.) 2.2.2 Visa (cont.) It is possible however, to obtain a tourist visa for a single entry at any one of the main port of entries to Tanzania ; Subject to the fulfillment of all immigration requirements. 2. Discussion (cont.):  2. Discussion (cont.) 2.3 Venue The Arusha International Conference Centre (AICC). 2. Discussion (cont.):  2. Discussion (cont.) AICC is a member of AIPC - the International Association of Congress Centres - is the industry association for professional convention and exhibition centre managers’ world wide. 2. Discussion (cont.):  2. Discussion (cont.) AICC is also a member of ICCA (International Congress & Convention Association) represents the main specialists in handling, transporting and accommodating international events. ICCA has 770 member companies and organisations in almost 80 countries worldwide. 2. Discussion (cont.):  2. Discussion (cont.) 2.4 Accommodation 2.4.1 Hotels Eight (8) hotels earmarked for accommodation. They are within a radius of 5 km from the Conference Centre. 2. Discussion (cont.):  2. Discussion (cont.) 2.4.1 Hotels (cont.) Selected ones are: New Mount Meru (Conference Hotel); Impala; Arusha; 2. Discussion (cont.):  2. Discussion (cont.) 2.4.1 Hotels (cont.) Equator; New Safari; Coffee Lodge; Kibo Palace; and Arusha Crown. 2. Discussion (cont.):  2. Discussion (cont.) 2.4.2 Hotel Rates Current rates range from USD 60 to USD 120 per single room, USD 70 to USD 140 for double room, and USD 160 to USD 300 for suite. 2. Discussion (cont.):  2. Discussion (cont.) 2.4.3 Extra Accommodation Several budget hotels available too. 2. Discussion (cont.):  2. Discussion (cont.) 2.5 Transport 2.5.1 International Airlines Air Tanzania Kenya Airways Air India South African Airways 2. Discussion (cont.):  2. Discussion (cont.) 2.5.1 International Airlines (cont.) Precisionair Swiss Air Yemenia British Airways 2. Discussion (cont.):  2. Discussion (cont.) Emirates Air Malawi Air Mozambique Air Zimbabwe Zambian Airways Ethiopian Airlines KLM 2. Discussion (cont.):  2. Discussion (cont.) 2.5.2 Local air travel Local charter companies fly within and out of the country Scheduled flights and personalized safaris to attraction sites of the country available. Precisionair and Air Tanzania also do domestic flights. 2. Discussion (cont.):  2. Discussion (cont.) 2.5.3 Local road transport Road transport available to all parts of the country. Arusha connected to Nairobi, Kampala and Dar es Salaam by daily bus movements. 2. Discussion (cont.):  2. Discussion (cont.) 2.6 Monetary issues 2.6.1 Currency Tanzanian Shilling (TZS) 2. Discussion (cont.):  2. Discussion (cont.) 2.6.2 Exchange rate (Nov 2006) USD 1.00 = TZS 1,260.00 to 1,300.00 GB Pound 1.00 = TZS 2,350.00 to 2,399.00 2. Discussion (cont.):  2. Discussion (cont.) 2.6.2 Exchange rate (cont.) Euro 1.00 = TZS 1,582.00 to 1,614.00 SA Rand 1.00 = TZS 168.00 to 170.00 2. Discussion (cont.):  2. Discussion (cont.) 2.6.3 Banks National Bank of Commerce Ltd, Standard Chartered (T) Ltd, Stanbic Bank (T) Ltd, Barclays Bank (T) Ltd, CRDB Bank Ltd, Exim Bank (T) Ltd, 2. Discussion (cont.):  2. Discussion (cont.) 2.6.3 Banks (cont.) Citi Bank (T) Ltd, FBME Bank (T) Ltd, Eurafrican Bank (T) Ltd, Diamond Trust Bank (T) Ltd, National Microfinance Bank Ltd, African Banking Corporation, 2. Discussion (cont.):  2. Discussion (cont.) 2.6.3 Banks (cont.) United Bank of Africa, CF Union Bank Ltd, Savings & Finance Commercial Bank, Azania Bancorp, Bank of Baroda (T) Ltd. 2. Discussion (cont.):  2. Discussion (cont.) 2.6.4 Bureau de Change Many available and are licensed. Accept Credit cards . 2. Discussion (cont.):  2. Discussion (cont.) 2.7 Recreational Facilities Bars; Restaurants -serving different kinds of cuisines; Discos theques; Football pitches; Golf courses; Gyms etc to occupy one after business. 2. Discussion (cont.):  2. Discussion (cont.) 2.8 Tanzania, the Country 2.8.1 Country Location Tanzania located in Eastern Africa between Longitude 29deg and 41deg East. Latitude 1deg and 12deg South. 2. Discussion (cont.):  2. Discussion (cont.) Most Northerly point:  Bukoba 1deg South Latitude. Most Southerly point: Mtalika 12deg South latitude. Most Westerly point:  Kigoma 29deg East of Greenwich. Most easterly point:   Mtwara 41deg East of Greenwich. 2. Discussion (cont.):  2. Discussion (cont.) 2.8.3 Tanzania has frontier to the following countries: North: Kenya and Uganda West: Rwanda, Burundi and Democratic Republic of Congo 2. Discussion (cont.):  2. Discussion (cont.) Tz frontiers (cont.) South: Zambia, Malawi and Mozambique East: Indian Ocean 2. Discussion (cont.):  2. Discussion (cont.) 2.8.4 Climate Tanzania has a tropical type of climate. Highlands, temps 10c and 20c during cold and hot seasons respectively. 2. Discussion (cont.):  2. Discussion (cont.) 2.8.4 Climate (cont.) Rest of the country has temps never falling lower than 20c. The hottest period November to February (25c - 31c) Coldest period May and August (15c - 20c). 2. Discussion (cont.):  2. Discussion (cont.) 2.8.4 Climate (cont.) Two rainfall regimes Unimodal (December - April) in southern, south-west, central and western parts of the country, Bimodal (October -December and March - May )in the north and northern coast. 2. Discussion (cont.):  2. Discussion (cont.) 2.8.5 Land Coverage Area: Total 945,000 sq. km Mainland: 881,000 sq. km Zanzibar: 2,000 sq. km Water: 62,000 sq. km Forest and woodlands:3,350 sq. km 2. Discussion (cont.):  2. Discussion (cont.) 2.8.6 Natural Resources: 2.8.6.1 Minerals: - gold, diamonds, tanzanite and various other gemstones, natural gas, iron ore, coal, spring water, phosphates, soda ash and salt. 2. Discussion (cont.):  2. Discussion (cont.) 2.8.6.2 Wildlife and Tourism: 12 National Parks, the Ngorongoro conservation Area, 13 Game reserves, 2. Discussion (cont.):  2. Discussion (cont.) 2.8.6.2 Wildlife and Tourism (cont.) 38 Game Controlled Areas National Cultural Heritage Sites (about 120 sites) 2. Discussion (cont.):  2. Discussion (cont.) 2.8.6.3 Fisheries: - three large lakes: Victoria, Tanganyika and Nyasa, the Indian Ocean coastline, Rivers and wetlands. 2. Discussion (cont.):  2. Discussion (cont.) 2.8.6.4 Forestry and Beekeeping:- Non-reserved forest-land (1,903.8 km2), forest/woodlands with national parks etc (200 km2), and Gazetted forest reserves (1,251.7 km2). 3.0 Conclusion:  3.0 Conclusion Tanzania has the favourable atmosphere for hosting the coming IFATCA 2008 Conference. Welcome all to Tanzania the land of Kilimanjaro and Zanzibar. 4.0 Recommendation:  4.0 Recommendation This paper be accepted as information material. Slide45:  THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR YOUR ATTENTION

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