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December 17, 2011 12:00:00 AM
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National carrier Air Pacific will now be able to fly from Nadi to 23 US cities including New York, Washington DC, Las Vegas, Chicago and San Francisco.

This was achieved because of the codeshare agreement between Air Pacific and American Airline (AA) yesterday.

In a release Air Pacific chief executive said the code-sharing arrangement with American Airlines will allow us to increase Air Pacific’s presence in 23 U.S. cities and allow us to ticket passengers online from all over the United States to Fiji.

The agreement provides Air Pacific customers with access to over 20 major business centres in the United States and American Airlines’ customers with access to Fiji on AA coded flights.

By Mereani Gonedua

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