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Fastjet Zimbabwe secures Air Operator Certificate

Posted 7 October 2015 · Add Comment

Fastjet has been granted an Air Operator Certificate by the Civil Aviation Authority of Zimbabwe.

Fastjet is now designated a Zimbabwean airline and is licenced to operate domestic and international routes within and from Zimbabwe.
 
Fastjet Zimbabwe is the second in the network to launch with plans to expand into a large network of domestic and regional destinations.
 
“In Tanzania we have become the airline of choice, with an enviable operational reputation and market leading fares. I am confident that, with our proven low-cost model, we can replicate this success in Zimbabwe,” said Ed Winter, chief executive officer of Fastjet.
 
Flights with Fastjet Zambia have been put on sale this week, with the initial route linking Harare to Victoria Falls three times a week. 
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