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Qantas returns to Fiji with direct flight


Mar 31, 2019 06:06:58 PM

Qantas returns to Fiji with direct flight Qantas returned to Fiji for the first time in nearly twenty years today with a new direct flight from Sydney.

The direct service will operate four times a week to Nadi with a Boeing 737 aircraft, meeting growing demand from customers wanting a premium travel option to the islands.

The flights add to Jetstar’s direct services which also operate four times per week and will see the Qantas Group offer customers more than 75,000 seats on the route annually and the choice to fly to the popular holiday destination six days a week.

Qantas flight QF101 arrived in Nadi this afternoon greeted by a water canon salute.

Minister for Tourism Premila Kumar  officiated a ribbon cutting ceremony at Nadi International Airport to inaugurate the arrival.

Qantas Executive Manager, Sales and Distribution, Igor Kwiatkowski, who travelled on today’s inaugural service, said the new flights were a win for the more than 365,000 Australians who travel to Fiji each year.

“We’ve seen a significant increase in demand for premium holidays to Fiji which is why Qantas is returning after nearly twenty years. Part of this growth has been driven by a wave of new and refurbished luxury properties having opened up on the islands in recent years,” Kwiatkowski said.

“We’ve had a fantastic response from travellers, with strong demand for the direct flights particularly around the peak school holiday periods. Since we went on sale in January, we’ve seen a sharp increase in the number of five-star Fiji hotel bookings made online through Qantas Hotels.”

“We look forward to working with local tourism operators to ensure our customers make the most of their stay in Fiji and to working closely with our experienced service partners in Fiji, including ATS who will provide ground handling services and Travel King (a Tappoo Group company), who have been Qantas’ selling agent in Fiji for many years.”

“We’re thrilled to play a part in enabling more Australians to holiday in this beautiful country.”

Fiji Airports Communications and Public Relations Manager, Christopher Chand, said they are delighted to see the Flying Kangaroo back in Nadi.

“We look forward to working with Qantas to grow Australian tourism numbers for the benefit of the Fijian economy.”

Customers travelling on Qantas’ new service will be offered a checked baggage allowance, inflight entertainment and food and drinks all included as part of the fare, and the option to fly or upgrade to Business class.

Qantas customers travelling on the Jetstar codeshare service will enjoy additional benefits, including the opportunity for Qantas Frequent Flyers to earn points and status credits and a complimentary meal.

Qantas will also continue to codeshare on Fiji Airways’ services to Nadi, with Fiji Airways now integrated as a oneworld connect partner.

By Reginald Chandar


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