African LCC fastjet said this week it will require a further cash injection from shareholders by the end of October to continue operating. It is also considering pulling out of its Tanzanian operations, following persistent losses, perceived fare-undercutting by rivals and what it described as inexplicable regulatory delays to its introduction of new aircraft to the country. Three ATR 72-600s that were due to have been introduced there may now be redeployed—possibly to ...

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