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Some interesting views from the Mozambican Transport Minister Carlos Mesquita at the fastjet launch, including that �The government deposits great hope in air transport, as a catalyst and a strategic industry for valuing the vast resources spread across the national territory, and to guarantee the accelerated development of our economy.�
The whole approach seems more informed than I expected for Mozambique - let's hope it continues into action!
Full report at http://allafrica.com/stories/201711070128.html
Wow , they finally realising they must keep customers informed
Your wish is their command! Though probably not what what you wanted.
does not make sense to me at all. thank you
to get up date RNS
Post, 2824 incorrect. Must try harder
Maybe they are waiting to recruit this guy?
incumbent operators LAM - Linhas A�reas de Mo�ambique and MEX - Mocambique Expresso, other entrants set to make their domestic Mozambican market debut in the coming months include Ethiopian Airlines, its Malawian Airlines unit, and two other Mozambican operators, TTA - Sociedade de Transporte e Trabalho A�reo and CFM - Transportes e Trabalhos A�reos.
Great news for a change, Fjetcrazy. I was just about to check out our Facebook page for myself to see if things had improved since you last brought our attention to it with its such dismal posts. Hopefully that, and especially Thursday`s addition, will herald much brighter news all round this month.
Quite apart from being a lovely find, but with a unique and unusual photo of our latest fleet addition. Makes a nice change from the routine exterior shots of the 319s on a runway or in flight.
Zero complaints in last three days regarding TZ customers!, they seem to be getting their act together in so far as contacting customers with cancellation and time changes, with Thursday 9Th fast approaching it would seem that the postman has indeed arrived and I�m looking forward to commencement of full TZ flying program.
Fares on out HRE JNB route are averaging $ 500 return in December, indicating excellent load factors ( way above SAA DEC fare)
It`s easy enough to find, IMO, but it`s far too small now to the point where the text falls below full resolution levels and becomes largely illegible.
Largely poor design as you could increase the whole map by a full third to occupy the wasted space above, moving the `flying plane` to the left (into the open space where the Dem Rep of the Congo should be) without even increasing the existing size of the orange panel. Removing the (for now) empty Uganda and Kenya outlines would also help.
Or, just simply make the map bigger.
The map is still there you just need to look a little harder to find it.
Personally I don't think the new website (apart from odd route issues) is that bad (especially if viewed on a mobile device and compared to doing the same with the previous one) could it be improved yes, the main issue is that it is different to both what you had got used to from fastjet and from other LCCs.
....ERJ145 that was due to be / has been added to the fleet in Tanzania???
Having been invested here since the reverse takeover I have been a very passive investor over the last couple of years but still read the BB without comment. The new website as made myself break this rule. Although a lot of good process has been made since EW left, IMHO the website is completely wrong. Where is the MAP ? Looks like local taxi company site not what it should be and defiantly two steps backwards. Come on BOD get it right. I will go back into hibernation.
I don't think the statement in the article "thanks to Fastjet�s very recent acquisition of boutique air safari operator Federal Air " is factually correct. It was not an acquisition, merely a brand agreement, which is entirely a different thing.
I like his thinking (One of Bezuidenhout�s key strengths has always been his humility � coupled to a fierce work ethic and a very pragmatic approach to business.
�Before I joined Fastjet, they launched a bunch of international routes. It�s always very sexy to do that. The downside is that your only competitor is a flag carrier (a national airline) operating below cost.
�As a rule I tend to stay out of pubs after 11pm, because all the guys who are left are drunker and bigger than me,� he laughs. �I choose my routes the same way, you can�t compete with the drunken gorilla in the room. I don�t need my ego stroked by having the biggest routes and the biggest aircraft.)
I don`t wish to pre-empt Hein`s further response to your complaint nor doubt his sincerity. But I am reminded of his advice to me that they were `in the process of migrating systems` when I wrote to complain about the obsolete info on our Home Page nearly two months ago.
The wheels seem to be turning, but very slowly. I�m pleased I posted the pair of email contact addresses, giving you someone to make direct contact with. Anyone else wishing to follow your example can find them by scrolling back 3 pages to my post of last Thursday at 15:14.
Please see below the repli I got from Fastjet to my complaint about the booking screen. My original complaint to them is below their reply.
Thank you for your letter.
We are in the process of ironing out all glitches; as one would expect a significant system change may have.
Thereafter we would be able to load all material prepared.
I will gladly keep you updated.
Dear Sir ,
I have just signed on to fastjet.com and was presented with a simple booking form. So what's wrong with that? Simple is good BUT IT DOES NOTHING TO PUSH THE COMPANY's image or competences. Where is the marketing, the destinations the links to schedules,
Nico, please review this and take appropriate action.
Many thanks in anticipation. You