maro111 and Fjetcrazy: I would suspect the “Sudan” reference is to an Ethiopian Airlines service as in this ambiguous paragraph above the photo of the fastjet Sales Office: “...FastJet and recently Ethiopian Airlines have come in to a fill vacuum left with the suspension of Air Uganda, flying to Dar es Salaam and South Sudan respectively....”
Marco What I find interesting about that article is the reference to PRECISION ,quite alarming and I just wonder if there is any truth in that they are down to one aircraft and a drastically reduced operation ,also the reference to Air Uganda being in the process of re certification ,the stance of the Ugandan Government in that even if Air Uganda returns they welcome an open and competitive Aviation Industry ,so FJET is re assured Ugandan skies.
Are you tempted to come back in nuri or perhaps you have made the plunge already?
CASH CALL ?
When and how much do peeps think this will come in at ?
Thanks for the link fjetcrazy Is this the first mention of South Sudan?
http://mobile.newsnow.co.uk/A/734013171?-22156:9213 ENTEBBE - FastJet has completed the first of many flights between Dar es Salaam and Entebbe, reducing a trip of 12 hours to just over an hour, on top of boosting tourism, business and ties between Uganda and Tanzania. The route had remained vacant following the suspension of Air Uganda’s operator’s license and the collapse of Dar es Salaam and Kenya airways-backed Precision Air. Exits of the previous two fliers along the route had seen fares rise from $400 (about sh1m) at the lowest to $890 (about sh2.3m) through a series of connecting flights. Fastjet has reduced the fares by dissecting air ticket prices to make the cost of meals and other facilities optional.
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