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Passengers to enjoy sufficient space for $5 more, Fastjet confirms

The economy is set to rise above the odds with customary changes taking place to replace early strategies that could not hold water

East Africa Community (EAC) must be feeling proud of its members as they continue to show robust growth and development in the agricultural sector as well as the aviation industry. Tanzania has continued to stand firm in the aviation industry with latest mouthwatering updates that unveil favorably and indirectly to the tourism end.

The economy is set to rise above the odds with customary changes taking place to replace early strategies that could not hold water as far as the state of the country is concerned.

The African low-cost airline, Fastjet has launched a priority boarding service in Tanzania, a move meant to make passengers enjoy boarding their flight first.

According to the company, for an extra fee of $ 5 priority boarding passengers are able to seek sufficient space for their hand baggage and personal belongings and their boarding cards will have a special sticker illustrating that they paid the priority boarding fee.

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