Sofreavia has been awarded two European Investment Bank-funded contracts by the Tanzanian Government to upgrade air navigation, communication and safety equipment at Dar-es-Salaam
International Airport and Kilimanjaro International
Airport. The contract at Dar-es-Salaam calls for new radio navigation, communication and meteorological equipment, including Sofreavia's ATALIS 2 aeronautical information system, with flight data processing and billing subsystems. The control tower at Kilimanjaro
will be refurbished, while another ATALIS 2 system will be installed, connected to the Dar-es-Salaam system. The work is due for completion by the end of next year. Croatia's Osijek-Klisa Airport is to be re-opened for commercial traffic, according to local press reports. General manager Darko Markovic says that €2.7 million ($2.4 million) has been invested in infrastructure at the airport, which was formerly Yugoslavia's main cargo hub. Scheduled services to Belgrade, Pula
are being considered, as well as cargo services.