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(eTN) - Seemingly unperturbed by the ongoing negative publicity for the airline, as a result of being entangled with former choice darling partner and now turned arch foe Fly540, the management of Fas
(eTN) – In spite of denying liability for legacy debts incurred by Fly540 Tanzania before FastJet took over that company in 2012, the trend is now clear that the Tanzanian authorities, led by the Ta
(eTN) - Predictably were the outcries from those named angry but for certain in denial, after the latest article was published on the ups and downs and twists in the tail of the FastJet versus Fly540
(eTN) - Warned severely over their choice of partner in East Africa for their attempt to form a Pan African LCC network, FastJet is now paying the price for dismissing out-of-hand information availed
A one-way fare of US$125, ALL inclusive (of taxes, regulatory charges, and fuel supplements) between Entebbe and Nairobi has now been put on the market by Fly540, with the return ticket costing US$250
The regional low-cost airline, Fly540 has confirmed to this correspondent that they are about to launch their Tanzanian domestic network with flights between Arusha/Kilimanjaro International, Dar es
KAMPALA, Uganda (eTN) - Information was received that the region’s first true low-cost airline, Fly540, will be starting operations from Uganda by the end of next month, after obtaining its Air Oper
KAMPALA, Uganda (eTN) - Smaller airlines operating in the region and using outdated fuel guzzling equipment are set for serious financial trouble should fuel prices continue to rise.
Missed flights, overbooking and poor customer care once a common feature on the lucrative Entebbe-Nairobi route, will soon be a thing of the past as another operator joins the airspace.Fly540, a recently established low cost airline based in Nairobi, Kenya, will be operating two daily flights leaving Entebbe at 10:00am and 6:00pm.
KAMPALA, Uganda (eTN) - A Kenya Airways Boeing 737-300 jet was on Monday morning involved in an incident at the Entebbe International Airport in Uganda. However, there were no injuries or casualties on the 113 passengers and seven crew members on board and no damage to the aircraft.