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Fastjet Tanzania reports 68% loading

Posted 16 April 2013 · Add Comment

Fastjet Tanzania has reported a 68% load factor for March despite the start of the rainy season and adding capacity on additional routes from the middle of the month.

CEO Ed Winter said: “Fastjet’s excellent levels of punctuality and reliability continued throughout March, with 99.2% of flights arriving within 15 minutess of schedule, an average delay of just six minutes, and no cancellations.”

Fastjet has also recently published the results of its first customer service survey with an incredible 100% of customers saying that they would recommend the airline to a friend. 

 

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