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Air Pacific opens Tabua Club Lounge at Fiji's Nadi Airport

By David Flynn     Filed under: lounges, airport lounges, Fiji, Air Pacific, Nadi

Air Pacific's new Tabua Club Lounge at Nadi International Airport will provide travellers on the Fijian flag-carrier with some pre-flight respite.

Located on the ground floor of the Nadi's departure hall, the 75-seater lounge is for the use of Air Pacific's Tabua Club members.

Non-member passengers can buy their way in for A$40 (F$75) at the check-in counter or the Lounge reception.

Air Pacific promises that Tabua Club Lounge guests "will enjoy a delicious selection of complimentary hot and cold savoury bites prepared by some of the best local culinary hotspots" along with alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, showers and high-speed internet access.

Air Pacific’s existing premium Business Class Lounge is now dedicated exclusively to Business Class customers. 

"The new Air Pacific Tabua Club Lounge is an example of our continued commitment to enhancing the Fijian travel experience for our guests" says Air Pacific spokesperson Shane Hussein.

"It provides a quiet, inviting environment for leisure and business travellers to take timeout and extend their trip, especially during busier departure times at Nadi."

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David Flynn is the editor of Australian Business Traveller and a bit of a travel tragic with a weakness for good coffee, shopping and lychee martinis.

 

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