Fiji Airways has taken delivery of its newest Airbus A350-900XWB (A350) as part of a journey to modernise the National Carrier’s fleet.
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Fiji Airways launches up to 40% off return airfares from the USA to Fiji, Australia and Pacific Islands.
Guests flying with Fiji Airways will have more flexibility and choice with the introduction of an unbundled economy class fare concept. This new concept will be effective from 2nd March 2023 for USA and Canada, and 3rd March, 2023 for the rest of the world.
A new “piece based baggage policy” adopted by Fiji Airways will offer guests more convenient travel with less bulky luggage.
As of September 22, 2022, Samoa Government announced that all travel restrictions for COVID-19 are now lifted. All passengers and crew are no longer required to present vaccination cards/certificates or undergo pre-departure testing for COVID-19 before boarding.
We welcome the announcement from the Fijian Government to remove the requirement of a pre-booked Rapid Antigen Test (RAT) for travellers visiting Fiji from 5 September onwards.
Fiji Airways has become the first airline from the South Pacific region to take delivery of the A350 XWB. The plane, which was delivered following a ceremony in Toulouse, is the first of two A350 XWBs that will join Fiji Airways’ fleet.
Customers can book tickets now for travel from October 27th to Fiji from London via Helsinki, opening up a range of incredible new destinations with palm-fringed beaches and crystal-clear coral waters.
Fiji Airways has adopted the A350 XWB as part of its expansion plans to broaden its international network. Two A350-900s will be leased from Dubai-based DAE Capital, making Fiji Airways the newest operator and DAE Capital the latest customer.