More flights bring Fiji closer
Fiji Airways is boosting its New Zealand schedule with the addition of 14 extra flights from Christchurch to Fiji during the peak season.
Already, tens of thousands of South Islanders fly out of Christchurch Airport to Fiji every year and these extra flights mean many more will do that, too.
The supplementary flights will operate between June and December 2016 on Thursdays. The new services, on top of Fiji Airways’ permanent Tuesday and Saturday services, offer a number of holiday options – from a quick getaway, a 10-day stop or even longer, to Fiji, the South Pacific and on to North America
Conversely, as Christchurch is the gateway to the South Island, Christchurch Airport and the city will be welcoming even more visitors who fly in to take advantage of the ski season, or visit friends and family.
The new flights are on sale now and offer travel options in both business and economy class on the B737-800 aircraft.
Founded in 1951, Fiji Airways Group comprises Fiji Airways and its subsidiaries: Fiji Link, its domestic and regional carrier, Pacific Call Comm Ltd, and a 38.75 per cent stake in the Sofitel Fiji Resort & Spa on Denarau Island, Nadi.
Fiji Airways aims to be the leading global boutique airline and has a fleet of brand new widebody A330s and refreshed B737 aircrafts. From its hub at Nadi International Airport, Fiji Airways and Fiji Link serve 49 destinations in 13 countries (including code-share). Destinations include Australia, New Zealand, USA, Hong Kong, Singapore, Samoa, Tonga, Tuvalu, Kiribati, Vanuatu and Solomon Islands.
Visit fijiairways.com for more information.