'Fastjet transports 2m passengers'

HARARE - Low-cost pan-African airline, Fastjet, says it has transported over two million passengers across the African skies since launching in November 2012.

As part of strategies to grow its revenue base and demystify flying to many Zimbabweans, the budget airline has launched a new promotion that will see lucky passengers winning a dream holiday package.

Fastjet Zimbabwe regional marketing executive Faith Chaitezvi said her company’s goal is to make it possible for more Zimbabweans to fly at affordable rates.

“Air travel is the key to the continued stimulation and growth of the Zimbabwean economy by making it easier for easier for families, business people, and tourists to travel. We are launching these discounted flights so that even more people can experience the convenience of air travel, whether they are traveling for business or leisure,” she said.

Chaitezvi noted that passengers purchasing tickets on Tuesday May 31, 2016 would be entered into the first ever Big 10  lottery to win 10 free return flights on any Fastjet route on the airline’s African network.

Qualifying routes include all flights from Harare to Dar es Salaam, Victoria Falls and Johannesburg and flights from Victoria Falls to Johannesburg, as well as flights from Dar es Salaam to Mbeya, Mwanza, Kilimanjaro, Zanzibar, Nairobi, Entebbe, Lusaka, Harare and Johannesburg, and between Kilimanjaro and Entebbe.

Winners will be announced in June 2016, and the 10 free flights must be used before 11 December 2016.

Recognised as Africa’s Leading Low-Cost Airline, Fastjet now connects 11 African destinations for business people, tourists and families who have welcomed its low fares and the convenience of air travel.

Comments (1)

Any plans in the pipeline for fastjet links from JZ Nkomo Iinternational, especially to Jozi ?

rodney - 2 June 2016

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