Articles Tagged ‘Fastjet’
Zimbabwe sees capacity grow by 44% in 2014; fastjet arrives from Dar es Salaam with twice-weekly flights
Rich in natural resources, including over 40 types of metals and minerals, Zimbabwe is also an African aviation hot-spot, having seen its airports offering around one million one-way seats this year. As Air Zimbabwe controls 32% and 34% of seats and flights respectively this December, anna.aero takes a closer look at Zimbabwe’s aviation sector and […]
fastjet now connects its Dar es Salaam hub to Entebbe with twice-weekly flights, using its A319s.
fastjet makes Harare its latest international destination with twice-weekly flights from Dar es Salaam, using A319s.
Russia wins its first ‘Arch of Triumph’ title in 2014, and in the process secures a spot on the overall leader board. The winning airport joins Vologograd (pictured) to become only the second Russian facility to win the prestigious airport marketing award.
fastjet launches twice-weekly flights from Dar es Salaam in Tanzania to Lusaka in Zambia using its A319s.
fastjet starts flying from Dar es Salaam to Mbeya in Tanzania.
fastjet finally spreads its network beyond Tanzania with flights from Dar es Salaam to Johannesburg. South African Airways provides competition.
Fledgling African LCC fastjet started its first international route last week, flying from its Dar es Salaam base in Tanzania to Johannesburg in South Africa. anna.aero catches up with Ed Winter, the airline’s CEO and acting Chairman, on the day of the route launch at its London Gatwick offices.
The tenth annual World Low Cost Airlines Congress in London; the new germanwings; HOP! competes with high-speed rail; and the short-haul fishbowl
The tenth annual WLCAC, held at London Heathrow, saw interviews with germanwings CEO, Thomas Winkelmann; HOP!’s EVP Commercial, Helene Abraham; market share growth discussion panel with KLM, CityJet, germanwings and Copenhagen Airport; discussions on the European short-haul market and a ‘one year on’ talk from fastjet CCO, Richard Bodin.
FastJet helps Tanzania’s airports close in on four million passengers; top five airports command 90% of flights
FastJet’s arrival in will continue to drive Tanzania’s growth – a market that has surged by nearly than 60% in three years.
FastJet inaugurates domestic services from Kilimanjaro to both Mwanza and Zanzibar.
Fastjet launches with routes from Dar es Salaam to both Mwanza and Kilimanjaro.