• Best business class seats: Fiji Airways Boeing 737-800

    Fiji Airways' Boeing 737-800s ferry Aussie flyers to Nadi and Suva, with seats for just eight business class travellers at the pointy end. But as those flights can span upwards of five hours each way – or even six hours and beyond for Adelaide flyers from June – it makes sense to cho...

    POSTED 6 Feb, 2017 3 Comments

  • Fiji Airways plans Adelaide-Nadi flights in 2017

    Qantas partner Fiji Airways will launch non-stop flights between Adelaide and Nadi (Fiji) from 30 June 2017. Using a Boeing 737 aircraft, passengers can stretch out in one of eight reclining business class seats…… with those in the second row offering considerably more legroom than...

    POSTED 21 Dec, 2016 9 Comments

  • Fiji Airways opens new LAX business class lounge

    Fiji Airways has opened its new business class lounge at Los Angeles International Airport's Tom Bradley International Terminal. Sure, it's not on par with the Air New Zealand/Star Alliance or Qantas/Oneworld lounges at LAX – but it's arguably better than cooling your heels in the termin...

    POSTED 20 Aug, 2014 1 Comment

  • Fiji Airways adds more flights for Melbourne, Auckland

    Fiji Airways is boosting flights to Melbourne and Auckland from this week. Melbourne-Nadi gains two extra flights per week, on Mondays and Wednesdays, bringing the service up to a convenient daily frequency. Auckland-Nadi also picks up more flights to take the tally to 11 flights...

    POSTED 1 Jul, 2014 1 Comment

  • Fiji Airways overhauls business class meals, adds cocktails

    Fiji Airways is overhauling its on-board dining experience, introducing new cocktails, meal options and a linen tray service in business class. From September 1, passengers at the pointy end will enjoy an as-yet-unnamed signature dish inspired by renowned Fiji-based chef Lance Seeto on the a la ...

    POSTED 20 Jun, 2014 15 Comments

  • Fiji Airways kicks off its regional brand, Fiji Link

    Fiji Airways is continuing its ambitious rebranding campaign with the debut of Fiji Link – a new name for the airline's domestic and regional arm currently known as Pacific Sun. Delivered to Fiji Airways in Suva, a factory-fresh ATR-72 turbo-prop aircraft comes with a fresh look ...

    POSTED 6 Jun, 2014 10 Comments

  • Fiji Airways begins direct Sydney-Suva flights

    Fiji Airways today launches its first flights between Sydney and Suva, giving Australians direct access to the island-nation's capital city as well as Fiji's east coast islands such as Beqa and Vatulele. The airline will offer two direct flights each week, on Mondays and Frid...

    POSTED 2 May, 2014 13 Comments

  • Heading to Fiji? Don’t miss your chance to relax in the Qantas lounge

    If a trip with Fiji Airways to the beaches of Fiji is on the horizon, there's no better way to start it than with a visit to the excellent Qantas First Lounge in Sydney, or even the very good Qantas Business Lounge for that matter. But you'll only enjoy lounge access if you've booked the Fiji Ai...

    POSTED 9 Apr, 2014 5 Comments

  • Fiji Airways expands fleet with new Airbus, Boeing planes

    Fiji Airways will add five aircraft to its fleet over the next three years, including an additional Airbus A330 and two Boeing 737-800s, as a cornerstone to the airline's five year strategic plan to become "a world class boutique airline" with more passengers and higher profits. The Fi...

    POSTED 10 Jan, 2014 4 Comments

  • Fiji Airways: yes to Qantas codeshare but no to Star Alliance, SkyTeam, oneworld

    Fiji Airways is looking to expand its partnership with Qantas to include codeshared flights, but sees no value in joining any of the airline alliance familes such as oneworld, Star Alliance and SkyTeam. Qantas holds a 46 per cent stake in the Fijian carrier and the two airlines current...

    POSTED 19 Dec, 2013 10 Comments

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