Fiji will lose its direct service to Seoul following Korean Air’s axing of its Seoul-Nadi flights from October.
South Korea’s largest airline currently provides three flights a week.
Korean Air first introduced the Seoul-Nadi service in 1995.
Fiji will suffer a double blow once Korean Air ceases direct Nadi to Seoul services from October 1st.
Fijians including military personnel who often use the Korean Airlines services from Seoul to Nadi will also lose their Skypass points provided by the airline.
The airline provides handy access routes for Fijians into Europe and the UK and brings a steady stream of European and UK visitors to Fiji.
This could also have repercussions on the tourism industry as it is the only airline outside the South Pacific that flies into Fiji.