Startup carrier fastjet Kenya has been granted an air service license (ASL), paving the way for its air operator’s certificate (AOC) application. Fastjet Kenya plans to launch with domestic flights in 2016. It will join fastjet Tanzania (which is already operational), fastjet Zimbabwe (which is due for launch Oct. 28) and fastjet Zambia (which is slated to begin operations in early December). The group is also planning airline launches in Uganda and South Africa in 2016. “The ...

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