Director’s Dealings - 6 November 2015

Fastjet Plc

(“Fastjet” or the "Company")

6 November 2015

 

Director's Dealings

fastjet was notified on 5 November 2015 that, on the same date, 7,646,281 Ordinary. Shares of £1 each in the Company (""Ordinary Shares") were sold by HEXAM Capital Partners LLP{"`HEXAM Capital") at a price of 60p per Ordinary Share.

As Bryan Callings, non-executive director of fastjet, is the 100% shareholder in Coppin Collings Limited which in turn owns 68% of HEXAM Capital, this constitutes dealing by a director of the Company. Further to these trans-actions, HEXAM Capital no longer has a holding in Ordinary Shares in fastjet.

For more information, contact:

Fastjet Plc                                                                                                 Tel: +44 (0) 20 3651 6307

Rose Herbert, Investor Relations Manager

 

UK media - Citigate Dewe Rogerson                                                       Tel: +44 10) 20 7638 9571

 Angharad Couch

Eleni Menikou

Nick Hayns

 

South African media -Tribeca Public Relations                                       Tel: +27 101111 208 5500

Clan Mac Eochaidh

Kelly Webster

 

For investor enquiries please contact:

Liberum Capital Limited- Nominated Adviser and Joint                          Tel: +44 (0) 20 3100 2222

Broker

 Clayton Bush

Christopher Britton

 

W.H. Ireland Ltd.-Joint Broker                                                                 Tel: +4410) 20 7220 1666

 James Joyce

Mark Leonard

 

Sanlam Securities UK Limited - Joint Broker                                         Tel: +-44 10) 20 7628 2200

Simon Clements/Ken Williams

 

NOTES TO EDITORS

 About fastjet Plc

fastjet Plc is the holding company of the low cost airline fastjet which commenced flights under the fastjet brand in Tanzania in November 2012. fastjet Zimbabwe was successfully Launched in October. By adhering to international standards of safety, quality, security and reliability: Fastjet has brought a new flight experience to the African market at unprecedented low prices. Utilising its fleet of Airbus A319s, Fastjet is implementing the low-cost model across Africa and its Long-term strategy is to become the continent’s first low-cost, pan-African airline.

The results of a customer satisfaction survey showed that 100% of customers were likely to recommend Fastjet to a friend. In developing its strong brand and identity, Fastjet has won and been nominated for a number of awards , including winning three Transform awards for the rebrand and launch of Fastjet, the award for “Bran Strategy of the Year” at 2014’s Drum Marketing Awards In London, and the Transport Innovator Award at the 8th Transport Awards 2015 in Johannesburg.

Fastjet Plc is quoted on the London Stock Exchange’s AIM Market.

For more information see www.fastjet.com

 

Posted on the 6th November 2015