FIJI NEWS
August 24, 2012 12:00:00 AM
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Fiji’s regional airline, Pacific Sun with the support of Air Pacific has announced a 21 per cent reduction on some year round fares.

In a statement, Pacific Sun said this is to improve service and value to their customers.

The new fares are bought as a return trip and are valid for travel all year round.

“With year round return fares now on sale, we look forward to our customers enjoying our reliable and friendly service at lower prices on our ATR-42 and Twin Otter aircraft,” said Shaenaz Voss, Pacific Sun’s General Manager.

These great value fares include:
- Suva to/from Labasa return - $279 ($134.50 each way)
- Nadi to/from Suva return - $327 ($163.50 each way)
- Suva to/from Savusavu return - $325 ($162.50 each way)

A full list of fares can be viewed at airpacific.com.

By Ropate Valemei

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