Give us a start date for next route, why are thing not moving when the competition seem to be making great guns, What are the problems than are holding us back can you not increase route some where to hit target
RE: Is it just me....................
I guess some people just don't like reading. However, the fact that you would base any investment decisions on what you read on these boards, whether that is this stock or any other, says more about you than it does about the authors of verbose posts.
The thing we want first is the traffic rights to fly from DAR to Nairobi we don't need the Kenyan base fot that.This will give us a major boost. No reason why it can't happen now except that Kenyan airways are too aware of the value of this route
Keyna is a political wall, of some height, to be climbed over. While we had the remenants of fly540 to deal with, the cost and management (only a small team) time to put this right, would have allowed little of either to Project Kenya. Now that fly540 is behind, the required local company alliance has been established and the application for a Kenyan operator licence has been applied for. As noted recently, the Kenyan authorities are behind their own time rule with a delay in processing same. They well understand that well managed lean operators such as us will provide proper competition for their operator(s). So, as we do not engage in practices other than the power of persuasion, we have little leverage here. Overall I do not see our team as the key issue. Without evidence to the contrary, I imagine the local appointees are doing the essential meeting, talking and follow up with key government departments and people; I cannot imagine the Chairman/CEO letting such issues become passive. We know the near to medium fleet plan; we have seen the advertisements for pilots, so it appears the critical components are being put in place. I suspect there are aircraft lined up to lease - subject to the Kenyan licence approval. I also imagine that once approval is given, things will move fast - including the share price.
Marksman: The failure to deliver on Kenya sticks out to me as one of the core reasons why I have completely lost faith in fastjet. As for the BOD, those additions are welcome but bemusingly late in the life of the company. They should have been in place at the very beginning, not being parachuted in after Ed and co realised it wasn't quite going to be the jolly jaunt to the colonies they seemed to expect. I hope this one comes good for all, but I've written it off entirely as a loss now in my portfolio as realistically I just don't think the BOD are or can deliver. Others are probably feeling the same I suspect. Negativity/being fed up aside, all the best and thanks for the thoughtful response.
Is it just me......................
who thinks that the more lenthly and verbose the posts on a share are, the less I feel inclined to bung a few quid in?
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