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.
Royal Air Maroc has signed up to become the next member of oneworld. Also today, Fiji Airways starts flying as a oneworld connect partner.
Boeing has delivered the first 737 MAX to Fiji Airways, which plans to use the longer-range version of the plane to modernise its single-aisle fleet. Fiji Airways plans to take delivery of five MAX 8 airplanes, which will build on the success of its fleet of Next-Generations 737s.
British Airways and Fiji Airways have today announced a new partnership which will open up more routes between London and the South Pacific than ever before.
Hong Kong Airlines and Fiji Airways signed a codeshare agreement to offer customers enhanced connectivity and seamless connections between six major destinations in the south Pacific and Asia.
Shaenaz Voss, executive general manager, corporate affairs, Fiji Airways, speaks to Breaking Travel News at the World Travel Awards 2017 gala ceremony in Shanghai.
Fiji Airways and Etihad Airways, the national airline of the United Arab Emirates, have announced a new and far reaching interline agreement between the two carriers.This agreement will allow reciprocal sales from and to 12 cities in Europe, 17 cities in the Middle East, five cities in Africa, five cities in North America, 29 cities in Asia and three cities in Australia to and from Fiji.
Fiji Airways announced details from its five-year strategic plan approved by the airline’s board in mid-December 2013.
Focus on network and fleet expansion, growth of 35% in available seats, increasing passenger numbers and operating profits above $100m (FJD)