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Mixed reactions from customers, are we abandoning LOW COST MODEL. With snack and first bag now complimentary from August 7TH
Back to normal
Only FJI, flying today
The people who cast the votes don't decide an election, the people who count the votes do.
Very sorry to here your not firing on all cylinders so to speak, you did touch on that back last year, I wish you all the very best of health and luck going forward.
it seems the shorters have got IQE by the short and curlies at this moment in time but they cannot control the innevertable rise which will eventually come, saying all that, making a living with trading the daily highs and lows for now!!!!!
The stock I told you about was Creo Medical, if I recall it was around .57p at the time.
I wish you all the best of health my friend .
Keeping fine thank you, apart from...well, not the place here!! Regrettably, in hindsight, I don’t think I invested in the tip you gave me last year, the name of which I now forget, possibly because I was already quite well down with your earlier one: IQE. And now already well over three grand down!! But I’ll stick with them and “keep the faith”, just like I did with fastjet – someone else’s tip way back in 2013!!
Best wishes to you, too.
Hi mate, hope your keeping well, not sure if you ever invested in that tip I gave you back late last year but they have increased by 150% since I told you, up 8% today alone!!!!!!
Sorry if it doesn’t concern you,
If you can’t remember contact me on IQE , that goes on all here also,
The Harare direct first one this evening goes onto LUN, I’m sure that from now on ATCL will get whatever they desire,and I’m hearing Fjet have no chance of JNB from DAR that’s for ATCL A220.
Strong indications that Air Tanzania is going to get approval for DAR-LUN-JNB with pick up and set down rights in LUN. If substantiated might explain focus on HRE-DAR direct.
It was inevitable that Fjet had to do this at this time, just tried dummy booking and 123 people were looking, great response but at $66 one way domestic that break even point is further away
The extra flights on this route which takes us to four weekly will be routed 2x Dar lun hre, 2 x Dar hre lun, this keeps the aspiration of Fjet wishing to obtain LUN HRE/ HRE LUN passenger rights a reality.
SOLD OUT ahead of its inaugural flight 29Th July
2 Airbus A220-300 (formerly CS300)
BUDGET airline fastjet says it wants to play a bigger role in reviving tourism in Matabeleland after launching a Harare-Bulawayo service on Friday.
BY TATIRA ZWINOIRA
The airline, which already has flights between Harare, Victoria Falls and Johannesburg, came in as a direct competitor to Air Zimbabwe, which had monopolised the route for many years.
Bulawayo has so much to offer tourists, business and all other sectors,” fastjet accountable manager Ed Berry told guests at a function to mark the inaugural flight at Joshua Mqabuko Nkomo (JMN) International Airport.
“Fastjet will help you increase the tourism business in this town.
“Mobile phones in Africa have opened up communications across the whole continent so our airline fastjet is going to revolutionise aviation in Zimbabwe.”
Berry said fastjet was looking forward to servicing more domestic routes as it
Fastjet has more than 100 flights a week and we are managing 90% on time performances and we feel fastjet is for businessmen, tourism and for the general public in Bulawayo.
“Fastjet intends to grow further in Zimbabwe as we will be applying for more routes between Harare and Bulawayo.
“We want to start the second flight as soon as possible and move onto a third.”
Civil Aviation Authority of Zimbabwe director of airports Tawanda Guzha said JMN International Airport needed for more flights and fastjet’s decision to add Bulawayo to its destinations was a major boost.
We have been pushing for more flights so that we have more usage of this facility, so it is with great pleasure that I stand here today to be able to welcome fastjet to this airport,” he said.
“For that effort to see the light of day, it is through the policies guided by the Ministry of Transport and Infrastructural development.”
ATCL for next three months will be flooding the domestic market with the 280 odd seater B787 on domestic routes, namely MWANZA JRO , whilst pilots gain take off / landing experience and training , we need to pull something out of the bag because the local market is very excited, quite rightly at the prospect of experiencing their national carriers spectacular offering. Next three months are going to be tough in TZ
The best low cost Airline in the region Fastjest just has their inaugural flight into Bulawayo. This is great for Bulawayo, this is great for the growth of the region.
Fastjet, anticipating the early registration of their ATR72’s in Tanzania without any further regulatory mischief and obstacles put in their way, have now put additional departures to Harare on their booking site, effective November this year.
The airline will then fly four times a week from Tanzania’s commercial capital Dar es Salaam to Harare, with two of the flights routing via Lusaka / Zambia.
The additional flights will operate on Sunday and Wednesday, increasing the connectivity between the three cities.
Both Zambia and also Zimbabwe are up and coming tourism destinations with the latter making heavy inroads into the market again after years of stagnation and once the elections in Harare are held and a new elected government is in place are yet more changes expected to take place to spur new tourism developments and increase tourism marketing across Africa and the world.
Fjetcrazy, it is good to hear we are only paying retainers on the ATRs until we get the route licences, and that we haven't bought them outright. I believe FJET have said they will be operational In September so they must have trained crews ready and available and on the payroll?
I agree, however the kigoma was and is intended for E190 Jet, so no basis for having ATR Waiting , I believe a retainer is being paid until they are actually delivered, and I agree that ROUTES should be available before aircraft arrive, WHICH IS WHY THEY HAVE NOT BEEN DELIVERED YET
Fjetcrazy, I was querying the logic of getting any aircraft before getting route licences and Kigoma licence was not not issued first time and may not be issued by an authority that is protecting the route for the nationalised airline. We have three ATR ON THE BOOKS AND AS YET NO ROUTES APPROVED as far as I know. Asssts sitting around is never good practice.