African startup Fastjet says the latest round of legal battles it has to fight with the former owner of regional carrier Fly540 Kenya, among others, will not affect its current operations in Tanzania. In a statement, the company “categorically denies” allegations by Five Forty Aviation head Don Smith about unpaid dues and alleged safety breaches. “Fastjet has paid Don Smith and his partners well in excess of $6 million for their interest in Fly540 and associated brands, and we will now ...


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