Coastal Aviation extends the FAST Class promotion Serengeti – Ruaha
Coastal Aviation Schedule Updates
Coastal Aviation promotion
|Dear Reader of ATC News,
following the great interest observed towards our new Pilatus PC12 route between the Serengeti and Ruaha National Park (FAST class) we decided to extend the ongoing through fare promotion for any booking made before 30 June 2017 (valid for travel from 1st of June onwards).
Serengeti Migration Capital to Ruaha to Zanzibar or Dar – 530 USD
Seronera to Ruaha to Zanzibar or Dar – 530 USD
Other Serengeti airstrips to Ruaha to Zanzibar or Dar – 680 USD
As the new FAST class route allows a faster connection between the Serengeti and Selous Game Reserve (changing for a Caravan in Ruaha, therefore saving 4 hours over the traditional routing along the Swahili coast) we are pleased to introduce a similar promotional fare also for the greatest game reserve in Tanzania, with the same booking window.
Serengeti Migration Capital (to Ruaha) to Selous to Dar – 595 USD
Serengeti Migration Capital (to Ruaha) to Selous to Zanzibar – 640 USD
Seronera (to Ruaha) to Selous to Dar – 595 USD
Seronera (to Ruaha) to Selous to Zanzibar – 595 USD
Other Serengeti airstrips (to Ruaha) to Selousto Dar – 745 USD
Other Serengeti airstrips (to Ruaha) to Selousto Zanzibar – 790 USD
All the fares in the above promotions are commissionable as per usual agreements, are exclusive of airport taxes and safety fees, and are subject to a minimum stay of 2 nights in Ruaha and/or Selous.
Depart "Migration Capital" 09:30 – Arrive Seronera 09:45
Depart Seronera 10:00 – Arrive Ruaha 11:30 (with feeder flights from all other airstrips)
Depart Ruaha 11:45 – Arrive Zanzibar 13:15
Depart Zanzibar 13:30 – Arrive Dar 13:45
Depart Ruaha 11:45 – Arrive Selous 12:50
"Migration Capital" is Grumeti for June, Kogatende from July to November and Ndutu from December to 15th March. The FAST class flight does not operate from 16th March to 31st May each year.
Thank you for your support.
Contact the Coastal Flying Safari Team
photo credit: Dietmar Plath