Fastjet’s Johannesburg flight postponed


Fastjet, Africa’s low cost airline, has postponed it first international flight between Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, and Johannesburg, South Africa, previously scheduled to take place tomorrow, 27 September.

According to fastjet, this postponement is due to unexpected administrative delays caused by the South African Department of Transport, which made a very late request for additional documentation this week.

Although fastjet delivered these documents, the South African Department of Transport has said it will take several days to process these documents, which will delay the start of fastjet flights on this international route.

Fastjet does not expect the delayed launch of this route to have any material effect on the financial performance of fastjet Tanzania.

All passengers affected by this delay will receive a full refund and assistance with re-booking a complimentary seat to fly within the next month.

South African based customers can contact fastjet customer services at for any queries.