Fastjet has applied for a Kenyan Air Service License (ASL), forming part of its four-year expansion strategy, as pressure begins to mount from its high-profile shareholder Stelios Haji-Ioannou. Since launching its own-branded Airbus A319 low-cost operations from Tanzania in November 2012, Fastjet’s pan-African expansion has been sluggish. However, FastJet is sticking with ambitions to broaden its network from Tanzania and set up new Fastjet-branded ventures in other African ...

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