Fastjet Remains Upbeat On African Growth Prospects Despite Losses
Fastjet remains confident in the potential of its long-term strategy to become the dominant African low-cost airline, despite persistent hurdles to launching international operations and significant losses. Operating losses for the first six months totaled $39.4 million on revenue of $25.5 million...
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