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Message par Hooket le Mer 28 Nov 2012, 15:06

Démarrage imminent des opérations de Fatsjet

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Africa’s new low-cost carrier Fastjet is set to launch commercial operations Nov. 29 (ATW Daily News, Nov. 15).

Fastjet’s first Airbus A319 aircraft is stationed at the airline’s inaugural base at Dar es Salaam (DAR), Tanzania, and has received operating approval from the Tanzanian Civil Aviation Authority.

Two more aircraft are due to arrive in time for the launch of the airline’s first scheduled flights. The first two destinations to be served from DAR are Kilimanjaro and Mwanza.

Fastjet has received 8,000 bookings on these first two routes. The airline has recruited 35 pilots, 65 cabin crew and seven maintenance personnel.

Fastjet chairman David Lenigas said, “Demand for seats is high and we are in great shape to start flying next week.”

Fastjet has now formally entered into a £5 million ($7.8 million) Equity Financing Facility (EFF) with Darwin Strategic Limited, the majority owned subsidiary of Henderson Global Investors' Alphagen Volantis fund.

The EFF covers a three-year period and a warrant instrument has been set up to enable Darwin to subscribe for up to 2 million ordinary shares, exercisable over that period.
5 A 319 prévus, tous en location ( Nomura Babcock Brown, Volito... ), en aménagement haute densité
Aujourd'hui 2 A 319 et un à recevoir prochainement

Fusionner avec Fly540 ?


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Message par Regill le Dim 09 Déc 2012, 14:55

FastJet s’intéresse au sud africain 1Time ou ce qu'il en reste : des dettes...

Des MD 80 à remplacer par des A 319 / 320

Et un partenariat avec Emirates ?

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New African low-cost start-up Fastjet confirmed it is in negotiations to buy 1time Airline, the South African LCC that went into liquidation last month.

The proposed transaction—which is subject to the board, parent 1time Holdings and regulatory approval—would involve Fastjet paying a nominal fee for the purchase of 1time and reaching a settlement with 1time creditors.

Fastjet CEO Ed Winter said: “If this transaction goes ahead—and the timescales are extremely challenging—we would hope to get 1time flying again in time for the Christmas holiday period.”

Flights would initially be operated using 1time’s fleet of McDonnell Douglas MD-82s, MD-83s and MD-87s, but Winter said restructuring plans would see a rapid re-fleeting with modern Airbus A319 aircraft.

“The acquisition of 1time would be a complementary strategic fit for Fastjet’s growth into a pan African LCC and the synergies with Fastjet would potentially increase the number of available route networks from South Africa into the rest of Africa. 1time would be rebranded into the Fastjet brand and sold through fastjet.com,” Winter said.

Backed by EasyJet founder Stelios Haji-Ioannou, Fastjet has also confirmed it is in talks about a potential partnership with Emirates.

According to Fastjet, Emirates SVP-Commercial Operations for Africa Jean-Luc Grillet has been recently quoted as saying: “We are willing to work with Fastjet. It is an independent carrier and that makes our work easy.”

Winter said the talks were “at an early stage,” but insisted this represented “a great opportunity for both parties.”

He explained: “Emirates currently flies to 24 destinations in Africa, while Fastjet launched its operations in Tanzania last month and plans to become a pan-African carrier.

A partnership would benefit both Fastjet and Emirates with greater passenger traffic and would give travelers in Africa the opportunity to connect to the rest of the world through Emirates’ Dubai hub, with Fastjet providing passengers from African cities.”
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Message par Regill le Dim 09 Déc 2012, 14:58

Quelques réservation 1Time Airlines pas honorées sur toutes les destinations actuelles intra sud africaine et vers la Tanzanie, le Zimbabwe...la Zambie !



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