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About Kilimanjaro International Airport (JRO)

IATA/ICAO Code:JRO/HTKJ
Address:Kilimanjaro Airport Rd, Tanzania
City:Kilimanjaro
Country:Tanzania
Website:http://www.kilimanjaroairport.co.tz/
Arrivals:Kilimanjaro International Airport (JRO) Arrivals
Departures:Kilimanjaro International Airport (JRO) Departures
Weather Temperature: 17.56°C
Conditions: Clouds
Humidity: 93%
Wind: 1.3 k/h
Pressure: 1017.18 hpa
Latitude/Longitude-3.429409981, 37.07450104
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Kilimanjaro International Airport (KIA) (IATA: JRO, ICAO: HTKJ) is an international airport in northern Tanzania that serves the cities of Arusha and Moshi. The airport handled 802,731 passengers in 2014 and mainly serves regional flights as well as few long-haul services due to its importance as a leisure destination.

Many international visitors also go to national parks in Tanzania, to the Indian Ocean coast, to islands such as Zanzibar, and to Lake Victoria, reflected in the routes of connecting flights. Despite its small size, the airport can handle aircraft as large as Boeing 747s and Antonov 124s. The airport served 665,147 passengers in 2012, a 3.7 percent increase over 2011. The airport served 802,731 passengers in 2014, of whom 45 percent were international, 38 percent domestic, and 17 percent transit.

On 19 February 2014, the governments of Tanzania and the Netherlands signed a grant arrangement to rehabilitate the airport, including its aprons, taxiways, and terminal building. The total cost of the project is expected to be €35.5 million, with €15.0 million funded by the Netherlands and the remainder by Tanzania. The already completed design phase was financed entirely by the Dutch government. In November 2015, renovations began at the airport, aimed at doubling its capacity from the current 600,000 passengers to 1.2 million annually. The renovation work is being done by BAM International, at a cost of US$39.7 million. Renovations are expected to last until May 2017. BAM International is a subsidiary of the Royal BAM Group in the Netherlands.

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