African low-cost carrier Fastjet has launched its third international route this week, with the inauguration of flights between its home base of Dar es Salaam in Tanzania and Harare, Zimbabwe. According to the airline, the route is the only direct air link between the two African capital cities and forward bookings for the twice-weekly service were “well ahead of management expectations.”  As a result, the carrier has decided to increase frequency to 3X-weekly from the end ...

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