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Share Price Information for Fastjet (FJET)


Share Price: 0.775Bid: 0.75Ask: 0.80Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Fastjet
Spread: 0.05Spread as %: 6.67%Open: 0.775High: 0.775Low: 0.725Yesterday’s Close: 0.775
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Fastjet Plc Ord 1P

Fastjet is listed in the FTSE AIM All-Share
Fastjet is part of the Travel & Leisure sector






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0.775

Share Price SpacerBid
0.75

Share Price SpacerAsk
0.80

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0%0.00

Share Price SpacerVolume
9,205,867

Share Price SpacerOpen
0.775

Share Price SpacerHigh
0.775

Share Price SpacerLow
0.725

Share Price SpacerClose
0.775

Share Price SpacerCurrency
GBX


Currency Issue Country Shares in Issue Market Capitalisation Market Size
GBX GB 1,642.21m £12.73m 100,000

52 Week High 3.88 52 Week High Date 2-JAN-2014
52 Week Low 0.63 52 Week Low Date 14-NOV-2014

# Trades Vol. Sold Vol. Bought PE Ratio Earnings Dividend Yield
38 2,748,702 5,707,165 -0.052 -14.89 0.00 0.00




Date
Time
Trade Prc
Volume
Buy/Sell
Bid
Ask
Value
 

21-Nov-14
16:29:07
0.81
921,558
Buy* 
0.75
0.80
7,465
Trade Type:
Ordinary

21-Nov-14
16:21:15
0.80
130,000
Buy* 
0.75
0.80
1,040
Trade Type:
Ordinary
Bargain conditions apply

21-Nov-14
16:14:55
0.80
48,509
Buy* 
0.75
0.80
388.07
Trade Type:
Ordinary
Bargain conditions apply


*Buys and Sells are calculated on the difference between the trade price and the current mid price. As such, they can occasionally be incorrect.

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Directors Deals for Fastjet (FJET)
Trade DateActionNotifierPriceCurrencyAmountHolding
10-Apr-14Buy
Trade Notifier Information for Fastjet
Edward Winter held the position of Chairman at Fastjet at the time of this trade.
 Edward Winter
1.6GBX31,250,00031300000
10-Apr-14Buy
Trade Notifier Information for Fastjet
Angus Saunders held the position of Finance Director at Fastjet at the time of this trade.
 Angus Saunders
1.6GBX6,250,0006250000
06-Jun-13Buy
Trade Notifier Information for Fastjet
David Anthony Lenigas held the position of Executive Chairman at Fastjet at the time of this trade.
 David Anthony Lenigas
0.99GBX1,000,0000
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Date/Time
Author
Subject
Share Price
Opinion
Today 00:44
Fjetcrazy
RE: Mwanza
0.78
No Opinion

THE government has dished out some 4bn/- to Beijing Construction and Engineering Group (BCEG) for expansion work on the Mwanza Airport, Transport Ministry said. In a statement, the ministry said that the amount brings the total amount paid to the Chinese firm to 13bn/- and was aimed at fast tracking improvement of infrastructures such runways, control room and cargo handling site at the airport. Mwanza Airport Manager, Ms Esther Madale pointed out that expansion activities at the airport were going on smoothly, as the contractor has already started the second phase of gravel level building before upgrading all runways into tarmac level. "So far the work at the airport is going on smoothly. We expect that by January next year, expansion activities will reach at a remarkable stage, we only fear that rains might delay the work. Runways and landing strips expansion is satisfactory," she said, adding that their completion will depend on funds availability and weather friendliness. Ms Madale noted that previously, the contractor had threatened to lay down tools following government's failure to pay cash amounting to over 5bn/-. "Thanks to the recent visit by the Prime Minister, Mr Mizengo Pinda, who had visited the airport in August this year to inspect the activities. We have paid the contactor 4bn/- and the work goes on as planned," she noted. The contractor had also reportedly stopped working on the cargo handling site, but resumed the work soon after the 4bn/- payment was made. The airport's expansion is carried out by BCEG at 105bn/- which is a loan the country acquired from Arab Bank for Economic Development in Africa (BADEA) and Opec Fund for International Development (OFID). The two bodies gave out 10bn/- each while the remaining 85bn/- was to be covered by the Tanzanian government. The manager also noted that power house construction at the airport has also started as poles have already been installed. She noted that the bigger part of the work which has remained involve construction of new terminal, passengers' car park and drainage system. The work is scheduled to take two years. According to Ms Madale, the contractor had promised to finish the works by October 2015 should funds be readily available and weather be more friendly. On security matters, the manager stated that Tanzania Airports Authority (TAA) has been installing more CCTV cameras at the airport to beef up security. Mwanza airport's expansion is in line with President Jakaya Kikwete's pledge to improve the landing field in the city to enable it accommodate more domestic and international flights.
Today 00:38
Marksman
RE: Mwanza
0.78
No Opinion

Sorry, forget my question. I guess at this time, as we can already use the existing facility, we don’t need to concern ourselves on that aspect but the other improvements would make it even more appealing to our passengers, so still “all good” as the BBC2’s “W1A”’s Ian Fletcher might say. (Hugh Bonneville – also “2012”)
Today 00:30
Marksman
RE: Mwanza
0.78
No Opinion

Thanks Fjetcrazy. Another significant airport development is (unofficially) confirmed which adds another positive movement to our on-going progress. Anyone care to estimate how long an airport runway extension might take? (Yes I know it’s a “how long is a piece of string”-type question but this Board has many professional folk who could provide an intelligent guesstimate.)
Today 00:13
Fjetcrazy
Mwanza
0.78
No Opinion

AIRPORT EXPANSION IN MWANZA RESUMES AFTER GOVERNMENT RELEASES FUNDS (Posted 24TH November 2014) Following a recent visit to Mwanza, a small, friendly but nevertheless quite provincial airport, perhaps no longer able to cater for too much longer for the sharp rise in passenger numbers and aircraft movements, were behind the scenes questions asked of regular aviation contacts in Tanzania about the stalled expansion work. Tanzania has over the past few years invested substantial amounts of money to boost capacity in secondary and tertiary aerodromes and airfields, the new airport in Mbeya being one example and Bukoba being another, but much more needs to be done to allow for airlines use larger planes and connect East Africa’s largest country by air, especially now that Fastjet is providing low cost fares, at least for those booking well in advance. Mwanza has seen a sharp rise in flights, with Fastjet now flying their Airbus A319 as many as 25 times a week between Dar es Salaam and Mwanza and Precision Air, Air Tanzania and Auric Air adding yet more daily arrivals and departures albeit with smaller aircraft. Earlier this month did RwandAir commence flights into Mwanza from Kigali, now offering an initial three services each week using a Bombardier Q400NextGen. image181 image182 Two airline officials, on condition of anonymity, confirmed observations made by this correspondent when visiting Mwanza a few weeks ago, that facilities like arrival and departure lounges are getting overstretched and require full scale airconditioning in view of the prevailing temperatures and regular humidity levels so close to Lake Victoria. Air traffic control needs to have state of the art equipment installed and airlines have also requested for a lengthening of the runway to increase safety margins and cater for larger planes. Work on the expansion project which stalled earlier in the year due to lack of funds is now set to resume after the Tanzania Airport Authority has reportedly received money from the government to continue the work of the Mwanza airport expansion.
Sun 21:24
Fjetcrazy
What's cooking? EBB DAR?or DAR NAIR
0.78
No Opinion

@whthome: @tvlicensingblog Something is cooking now in DAR ... in addition is the 5th freedom application from EBB pending in Nairobi ...
Sun 21:22
Fjetcrazy
What's cooking? Ebb Dar?
0.78
No Opinion

@whthome: @tvlicensingblog Something is cooking now in DAR ... in addition is the 5th freedom application from EBB pending in Nairobi ...

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