Fastjet has reassured its customers in Zimbabwe that it is still flying the Zimbabwean route despite equity issues under discussion with its shareholders.
The Budget Airline announced that it needed more funding to continue operating or cease operations by end of October.
However, Fastjet spokesperson Hein Kaiser reassured Zimbabwean customers that the airline is still in business and that Fastjet continues to operate on-time departures across all their networks.
Kaiser emphasised that Fastjet Zimbabwe will continue to operate its four daily flights between Harare and Johannesburg. He also confirmed the continuity of the daily flights between Harare and Bulawayo and up to two flights a day between Harare and Victoria Falls, with three weekly flights between Victoria Falls and Johannesburg.
While Fastjet is currently in active discussions with its major shareholders regarding a potential equity fundraising, it is business as usual at the airline with on-time departures across the network.