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NADI, Fiji - Completing an 18-month journey from order to delivery, Air Pacific’s first brand new Airbus A330-200 arrived at the airline’s base of operations in Nadi, Fiji from Airbus’ facility
NADI, Fiji - Air Pacific (soon to be Fiji Airways) today announced that it had successfully taken ownership and delivery of its first-ever brand-new wide body aircraft, the Airbus A330-200.
SUVA, Fiji – Since 2009, Air Pacific, its Chairman, CEO, and numerous staff, have worked to stabilize, rebuild, and improve the entire infrastructure of Fiji's national air carrier, Air Pacific.
FORT WORTH, Texas - American Airlines and Fiji-based Air Pacific have signed a new codeshare agreement that will give American's customers more travel options throughout the South Pacific and Air Paci
Air Pacific Limited, the largest carrier of visitors to Fiji, celebrated the success of its inaugural direct flight from Nadi of Fiji to Hong Kong today.
SYDNEY, Australia (eTN) - Air Pacific has announced in a press release that it will increase its fares from Australia to Fiji by approximately five per cent for tickets issued from June 11, 2008.
A Fiji cabinet task force will oversee a comprehensive review of the operations of national airline, Air Pacific. A statement on the Fiji government website says government concern about the airline's operations stemmed from increasing complaints from the tourism sector, Air Pacific employees and travellers regarding deteriorating standards.
SEATTLE - The Boeing Company and Air Pacific today announced that the Fiji-based airline has ordered three Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners in addition to a 2006 order for five of the high-technology jetliners. The airplanes were added to the Boeing Orders and Deliveries Web site in 2007, attributed to an unidentified customer.
The price of jet kerosene has reached an all time high and is significantly affecting the cost of Air Pacific's operations, says acting chief executive officer, Josephine Yee Joy. Ms Joy said if fuel prices remained high or continued to increase, the airline would be forced to review scheduled operations.
(TVLW) - Air Pacific managing director John Campbell has initiated an internal review of the airline. Mr Campbell said the airline would review customer service, maintenance and airport handling. He said they were doing everything within their power to resolve and prevent delays. The airline has been plagued with delays in the past two weeks due to mechanical problems with aircraft.