19/07/2016

Future appears bleak for Fastjet

Since Fastjet started operations in late 2012 it has struggled to breakeven. The Ishka view is that the airline faces an uncertain future until it implements some drastic changes to its operations and overhauls its network and fleet. In the absence of a strong restructuring program, the carrier could be staring at bankruptcy in the near future. 

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