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Tabora Airport is an airport in west-central Tanzania serving Tabora. It is 8 kilometres south of the town. Surface access from Tabora is via the tarmac Tabora to Ndembelwa village road, and then a three kilometre airport access tarmac road. Adjacent to the airport is the Tabora Command Military Base 202.
The longest flight from Tabora TBO is a 455 mile (732 km) non-stop route to Dar es Salaam DAR. This direct flight takes around 1 hour and 30 minutes and is operated by Air Tanzania.
Popular destinations from Tabora
Below you can find a list of the most popular destinations from Tabora, based on the number of scheduled flights for this month.
- #1. Dar es Salaam (DAR) – 8 flights / month
- #2. Kigoma (TKQ) – 0 flights / month
- #3. Mpanda (NPY) – 0 flights / month
Alternative airports near Tabora
There is one alternative airport to Tabora (TBO) within a range of 125 miles (200 km), which is Kahama (KBH).
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The sleepy town of Tabora, in the hinterland of western Tanzania, remains a key transit point in the country. The Central Line railway branches at Tabora to both Kigoma and Mwanza, and visitors travelling by train often use Tabora as a stopover point during their journeys.The regions around Tabora are famous throughout Tanzania for the honey they produce, and large jerry cans and bottles of the famous liquid can be bought in the village market.
Historically, Tabora was once a major trading point and stopover for caravans that connected Lake Tanganyika and Central Africa with the coastal town of Bagamoyo to the northeast. Its former importance is illustrated by the fact that the infamous trader Tippu Tip, who lived during the 19th century, made Tabora the centre of his vast trading empire of ivory and slaves.
The town was also an important mission station during early European exploration of Tanzania. Stanley and Livingstone both stopped here on their journeys. During the German occupation, Tabora was one of the most populated and prosperous towns in the whole of East Africa.
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