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Take a chill pill Marksman those exclamation marks are not good for blood pressure! and just the one will do, you should know how to read Tanzanian after five years here!
.....or in English!!.....
"For this reason fastjet will now be able to reside in such as Mtwara, Kigoma, Tabora, Arusha and elsewhere where ATR72 can safely stay."
Kwa maana hiyo sasa fastjet wataweza kutua katika viwanja kama vile Mtwara, Kigoma, Tabora, Arusha na kwingine kule ambapo ATR72 inaweza kutua kwa usalama.
Also HRE Maputo
Don’t international rules protect trademarks? According to my research, though far from exhaustive, both copyright and trademarks offer intellectual property protection, though different types of assets. Trademarks project logos or any “items that help to define a company brand.”
Australian company, Fastjet Adventure Flights, have been operating for almost 10 years. So, erm, maybe I’d better keep schtum since we were only founded in 2011!!
It looks that we are not going to get this route anytime soon Harare to Lusaka what a shame.
Shareholding of Zambia Airlines confirmed as 55% Zambian Government and 45% Ethiopian. Lots of noise about how foreign airlines have a monopoly on growing pax numbers but pay little to fiscus/ economy, so do not expect any favours for FJET. Initial focus on domestic routes with cross border routes to follow fairly quickly. These will be most likely point to point flights from LUN to adjacent countries similar to Air Malawi, and so to avoid conflict with existing Ethiopia bus stop services via Addis. If FJET can by hook or crook obtain the rights to LUN-Maputo that may be a useful flight given growing Zambian trade via Maputo port owing to problems with Dar and Durban, but not sure in Zambian authorities will be receptive.
I wish the very best in 2018 for Fastjet. My comments on here have not been , well lets say encouraging, but it's a discussion board. Some of the banter has been amusing. I've lost on shares, I've won as well. It's the game we are in.The big problem private investors in small companies face is that we don't control the game.
Well said. Merry Christmas to you too Marksman.
...to all my friends and/or investors here over more than five years now of watching and waiting. And waiting. And waiting....l!
I hope you'll all have already been enjoying early Christmas festivities (which is why I'm posting so late but just past into Christmas Day itself. So......
A very Merry Christmas to you all and for the third time at least, every good wish for a Prosperous New Year, aided largely by seeing the beginnings of a return on our almost-vanished investments in fastjet.
Festive greetings too to all our wonderful crews, management and staff and for greater success in 2018. Thank you all for your efforts throughout 2017.
The RNS did say TZ, as to how lots of stopping, I guess five hops
I wonder how ,where, and when it is going to be deployed
That registration is French so I guess she will be ferried from Toulouse soon.
Gosh it has been quiet with lack of trolls, but I am sure they are lurking waiting to pounce on the slightest bad news but will not appear if it is good news.
Happy Christmas and Prosperous Fastjet New Year to All
I’m still wondering who is holding back our permission to serve HRE BULAWAYO
One cassidy mugwagwa who happens to be ceo of the current "version" flyafrica is a close friend and business associate with the current president's son
I wonder if this will change
On Facebook on 6th December Fastjet replied to a question regarding Dar to Maputo Route
6 Dec '17
fastjet Hi Fazila , we would love to take up that route one day. Stay tuned on our website on www.fastjet.com and look out for the latest updates and you may be surprised...wink emoticon;-) .SC
Given the reply I can only assume that something was on the cusp of being announced and did not happen when expected.
Well said, fatherelmer. I entirely agree with all your comments (especially: (a) likely timing; (b) issues on the 'to do' list that we are waiting for; (c) communication skills of Nico and his team) !
And a Happy Christmas and an excellent New Year to all FJETers.
PJM, in my opinion it always would've been an 'after event' as you put it, and to expect otherwise was unrealistic. Given the shambles Tanzania seems to have been lately, though conversely we (folks on here) seem to believe that both Zimbabwe and Mozambique have been progressing well, and that there are a number of other 'issues' outstanding (eg South Africa via Federal Air, LUN-HRE routing, the ERJ145 for Tanzania, any other route expansions) I would hope that news / an update will indeed be forthcoming early in the New Year (though I can't say I'm holding my breath as Nico & Co are possibly even less communicative than Ed and his Merry Band were).
To you, and all other FJETers, I wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
now running out of time for Nico to give investors an RNS update of how plans have gone against target for the last Quarter of 2017 which was predicted to be the quarter of the big change. It looks like it will be January for an after event last quarter review.
I am fearful of negative feedback for passengers missing flights when we apply the 30 minute rule. A Fastnote is advising passengers to arrive 3 hours before scheduled departure time as JNB staff are doing Extended Travel Checks during the busy Xmas / New Year travel period the Fastnote covers 21st December to 2nd January.
With heavy traffic to the Airport at that time of year, I am sure that not everyone will have read Fastnote or indeed not made it to the Airport and through Extended Checks before 30 Mins before Departure, and if they miss the flight and ruin their Xmas will try to blame Fastjet.
Thanks PJMI, I did wonder if that might be the case. Even so, it`s still only 14 days before the flight dates so they still can`t be booked 21 days in advance!