African budget carrier Fastjet has confirmed it has temporarily suspended operations in Angola as part of a major restructuring program aimed at turning around its loss-making Fly540 businesses there and in Ghana. Currently, the Ghana and Angola businesses operate on a legacy airline model. Fastjet believes that—although both countries present significant long-term opportunities for its low-cost model—the optimum short-term potential is exploiting growth opportunities in East and ...

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