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Increase in Harare - Dar Flights
Fastjet has increased the number of flights on its Harare- Dar es Salaam (Tanzania) route, in response to strong passenger demand.
The airline will now offer daily flights from Harare International Airport to Dar es Salaam's Julius Nyerere International Airport from the previous flights four times a week.
The airline currently operates this route four times a week, and its expanded schedule will see approximately 1 000 extra seats each week added to the flights between the two cities.
The new daily flight schedule will commence on September 13 2015 and tickets for the additional flights are currently on sale.
fastjet's announcement of its new daily frequency to Dar es Salaam follows the airline's announcement that it is in the final stages of its application to the Civil Aviation Authority of Zimbabwe for an Air Operating Certificate (AOC) for fastjet Zimbabwe, which once issued, means that formal approval has been secured for fastjet flights to commence domestically in Zimbabwe.