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Country: Fiji
International flights from Fiji to many Pacific destinations, formerly Air Pacific
IATA code:FJ
ICAO code: FJI
Head office:Air Pacific Centre Nasoso Road Nadi Airport, Fiji
Phone number:+679 6 720 888, +679 3 304 388
Fax number:+679 6 720 512
E-mail:reservations@fijiairways.com
Year established:1951
Main bases and hubs:Nadi International
Fleet:Airbus A330-200, Airbus A330-300, Boeing 737-700, Boeing 737-800

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Fiji Airways (trading as and formerly known as Air Pacific), is the flag carrier airline of Fiji. and operates international services to 13 countries and 23 cities including Fiji, Australia, New Zealand, Samoa, Tonga, Tuvalu, Kiribati, Vanuatu and Solomon Islands (Oceania), the United States, Hong Kong and Singapore. It has an extended network of 108 international destinations through its codeshare partners. The airline resumed direct flights to Narita, Tokyo on 3 July 2018. The Fiji Airways Group brings in 64 percent of all visitors who fly to Fiji, employs over 1000 employees, and earns revenues of over FJD$815 million (USD $390m).
The first commercial flight as Fiji Airways was made in 1951 but the airline's origins date back to Katafaga Estates Ltd. formed in 1947. After being acquired by Qantas in 1958, Katafaga Estates was retooled as a regional airline and renamed Air Pacific. In May 2012, MD/CEO David Pflieger announced that as the final part of the airline’s successful turnaround, the airline would be returning to its former name of Fiji Airways to reinforce its role as the national airline of Fiji.[4] The Fiji government owns 52% of the airline and Qantas 46%, with the governments of several Pacific island nations holding the remainder. The airline plans to replace five of its older Boeing 737s with Boeing's newest 737 MAX 8s upon delivery in late 2018, at a list price of about US$110 million each. Two of the new Boeings are scheduled to arrive in 2018, and the remainder the following year. The planes are intended for Fiji Airways' regional services to Australia, New Zealand, Hawaii, Kiribati, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tonga and Vanuatu.
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