Indebted local carrier Jetlink could be back on its feet after low budget carrier Fastjet signed a joint venture deal for a regional low cost airline. The deal follows another that saw the purchase of fly 540 last year by Fastjet. The airline said once it launches it will sell tickets for as low as 1,760 shillings to regional destinations.
Kenya: Debt Ridden Jetlink Gets Lifeline From Fastjet Deal
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