Fiji Link Increases Domestic Flights

Fiji Link will gradually increase services to a number of domestic ports in the coming days. The increase in domestic flights will offer Fijians more options when planning travel for business, or to see family and friends around the country.

The domestic carrier will increase daily services between Suva and Labasa to two per day from Saturday 16th May. Fiji Link will also add twice a week direct services between Nadi and Labasa, operating Fridays and Sundays beginning 22nd May. Weekly services between Suva and Savusavu as well as Suva and Taveuni will increase, starting Friday 22nd May. Fiji Link also resumed its weekly services between Nadi and Rotuma last Friday.

Guests are able to book flights on, via the airline’s Reservations Centre or through their travel agents. As per current practice, Fiji Link team will practice social distancing seating on flights as much as practical. All other Fiji Link safety measures remain in place, including Personal Protective Equipment use by all staff and crew, daily sanitising of aircraft and having hand sanitiser available for use. All guests are also encouraged to bring their own personal protective equipment.

Attribution: Mr Andre Viljoen, Fiji Airways Managing Director and CEO

(Source: Fiji Airways release 15th May 2020)

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