Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Fastjet LSE:FJET London Ordinary Share GB00BWGCH354 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 21.75p 21.00p 22.50p 21.75p 21.75p 21.75p 7,712 07:55:39
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 55.5 -53.4 -70.5 - 73.05

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21/7/2017
19:41
FASTJET Zimbabwe has tripled flights between the Harare and Johannesburg route due to “significant demand-side growth” for its flights between the two cities beginning from next month. BY TATIRA ZWINOIRA Fastjet currently operates up to three and soon there will be four daily flights between Harare and Johannesburg and four return flights per week between Harare and Victoria Falls. Regional marketing executive, Faith Chaitezvi, told NewsDay in emailed responses yesterday that the airline had seen positive growth in the cross-border sector since their launch in the country in 2014. “We have seen very positive growth in the cross-border sector since our launch in Zimbabwe and demand continues to show positive movement between Harare and Victoria Falls. Our market-share is growing and we are encouraged as passenger volumes continue to move in a positive, upward direction,” she said. “There has been significant demand-side growth for fastjet flights between the two cities and, Harare to Johannesburg is an important business route between the two countries. By increasing our frequency we are offering greater flexibility to the business traveller and traders to save time and costs by giving them more flights, more often.” The low cost airline, Fastjet Zimbabwe, was prompted to increase the flights after it had seen increased passenger volumes for the Harare to Johannesburg route. Fastjet Zimbabwe has grown to become a favoured airline to use in Zimbabwe for the Harare and Johannesburg route due to its cheaper prices. The airline industry in Zimbabwe has been plagued with negativity evidenced by the failures in Flyafrica Zimbabwe before the change of management and the embattled Air Zimbabwe. Concerning the prevalent cash shortages in the country, Chaitezvi said they had introduced point-of-sale (POS) machines. “As a business we continue to develop ways to make it easier for our customers to do business with us. Mobile money options and bank card swiping facilities are available in all our sales shops,” she said. In November last year, the board of airlines representative and South African Airways country manager, Winnie Muchanyuka, was on record saying that airlines would also accept bond notes. Chaitezvi said they were very profitable returns on the back of increased passenger volumes.
jimmyloser
13/7/2017
21:07
TRUST NOTHING TEMMUJIN posts RAMPING PUMPER DUMPER who is SERIAL LIAR
tevita
13/7/2017
17:48
Well done all you fast jet holders,i did not think this would rise up again.i dont mind eating humble pie.
albert3591
13/7/2017
17:25
i bought today at 21p...got a good feeling about this share
temmujin
13/7/2017
17:18
Has it been tipped somewhere?
zcaprd7
13/7/2017
11:29
Another tick soon!
jimmyloser
13/7/2017
09:21
Lets hope we can stay over 20 Jimmy
kazz
12/7/2017
18:32
Slowly growing it seems. In a safe and coordinated manner...
zcaprd7
12/7/2017
18:15
Hi Tenapen, thank you.
jimmyloser
12/7/2017
16:45
Hi Jimmy good links thank you.
tenapen
12/7/2017
11:59
and it continues and is gathering pace.....you have been told.! dyor http://www.bizcommunity.com/Article/196/373/164580.html
jimmyloser
11/7/2017
11:53
And the recovery continues... http://www.chronicle.co.zw/fastjet-to-reintroduce-johannesburg-vic-falls-flights/ dyor
jimmyloser
06/7/2017
15:15
I think he's ordained the next leader, and has been planning what comes after him for about 20 years, so it imagine a pretty soft transition, but you never now...
zcaprd7
06/7/2017
10:35
Once Mugabe drops off his perch there might some internal conflict and power struggle, and might lead to suspension of all flights in and out. Definitely not good for Fastjet in the short term and in its current fragile state.
boonkoh
06/7/2017
10:21
Once mugabe drops of his perch, this should do well... Need a bit more news. I like the steady as she goes approach, but some teasing on new routes and more planes rented from our new shareholders would be nice.
zcaprd7
05/7/2017
18:42
Another take on recent news............... African low-cost carrier (LCC) fastjet has paid $2.5 million to acquire the full intellectual property rights behind its brand from UK company easyGroup. The fastjet brand was established in 2012 by easyGroup and Stelios Haji-Ioannou, who founded easyJet in 1995. Under the June 29 brand purchase agreement, Johannesburg-headquartered fastjet said it will make “significant savings” on royalties it would have paid over five years. “I have accepted the view of the current board that the company should own its own brand rather than license it from me. I feel we have agreed to a fair price for its transfer,” Haji-Ioannou said. The easyJet founder still holds around £1.3 million ($1.7 million) worth of fastjet shares. Haji-Ioannou is a vocal shareholder, but he is encouraged by the performance of the new management team. “Brand development is an integral part of building a successful consumer facing business and represents a substantial investment for any airline—it logically follows that your brand, an asset to be leveraged for the benefit of shareholders, should be under your full control and ownership. We are happy to have reached agreement with Sir Stelios and appreciate the ongoing confidence he has expressed in the fastjet business and leadership team,” fastjet CEO Nico Bezuidenhout said. Bezuidenhout added that fastjet is making “steady progress” with its turnaround, which has seen the company relocate from Gatwick to Johannesburg, shift from Airbus A319s to smaller Embraer E-Jets and rationalize its operations in Tanzania and Zimbabwe. “These steps are having the desired effect and accordingly fastjet aims to achieve a cash flow breakeven position for the final quarter of 2017. The company, aiming to leverage its relationship with Solenta Aviation Holdings, a strategic investor who acquired a shareholding in fastjet in January 2017 and who has an operational footprint in many African countries, is in the process of evaluating expansion options to further geographies and looks forward to making further announcements in due course,” fastjet said. Dar es Salaam-based Fastjet Tanzania launched flights in November 2012 and now operates domestic flights to Kilimanjaro, Mbeya, and Mwanza, as well as international routes to Lusaka in Zambia and Harare in Zimbabwe. Fastjet Zimbabwe launched in October 2015 and now flies domestically from Harare to Victoria Falls, and internationally to Johannesburg in South Africa. Together, the airlines have flown over 2.5 million passengers. “We are investigating several opportunities across the continent and plan to develop new markets and network points through prudent growth underpinned by sound commercial principles,” Bezuidenhout said. by Victoria Moores
jimmyloser
05/7/2017
18:37
Hopefully these will 'deepen' your pockets and also mine in the fullness of time.
jimmyloser
05/7/2017
18:30
Jimmy, I share your belief but sadly i do not have your deep pockets.
tenapen
05/7/2017
15:01
Money has gone where my belief is....picked up another 51k
jimmyloser
05/7/2017
11:03
Who's selling ! hopefully they build the company to be a true Pan-African airline. It will take many years for that to happen ! but that gives us time to build up sizable holding to match our pocket's.
tenapen
05/7/2017
10:22
Yes, they need to own the brand before they can flog the thing...
zcaprd7
04/7/2017
21:10
Forgive my ramblings..................... Having won the best low cost airline award at The Paris Air show, one could say that the Fastjet brand has cache and value, and more so if a sale of the business was in their future thinking. We are at least back at base camp, the journey will take time.
jimmyloser
30/6/2017
20:00
He should have taken the money in shares...
zcaprd7
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