Fans can be part of history this weekend with the Fiji Airways Super Fan Experience

Fans can be part of history this weekend with the Fiji Airways Super Fan Experience

By Alipate Narawa
Tuesday 06/06/2023
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Fans can be part of history this weekend while supporting the Swire Shipping Fijian Drua at Orangetheory Stadium, Christchurch for the Shop N Save Super Rugby Pacific quarter final against the Crusaders with the Fiji Airways Super Fan Experience.

Fiji Airways Managing Director and CEO Andre Viljoen says the National Airline has worked out a special package for Fijians to cheer from the stands as the Fijian Drua compete in the quarter finals.

Viljoen adds the Superfan Experience will boost fan support for the team this weekend.

Viljoen says the Superfan Experience at $899 includes a special flight to Christchurch on Friday 9th June, access to the game on Saturday, a Drua fan experience, post-match transfers to the Christchurch International Airport and a flight back to Nadi on Saturday night.

He says Fiji Airways has proudly partnered with the Drua for the last two seasons, a testament of their commitment to rugby.

The CEO adds immediately after the win against the Queensland Reds on Saturday, they were inundated with requests for a special flight this weekend, and they have listened.

He says the high-spirited cheering and vocal support for the Drua at all home games has seen Fijians dubbed as the best fans in the world and now Christchurch will get to see a taste of it too.

He adds guests will have a day at leisure in Christchurch to enjoy the sights and sounds of the Garden City.

The CEO says the Drua have risen to the occasion and are sure to draw a large crowd on Saturday, and seeing their fans in large numbers at the stadium is sure to boost their morale and inspire them to a possible semi-final berth.

The game this weekend is all the more special for the National Airline as sponsors for both the Fijian Drua and the Crusaders in Super Rugby Pacific.

There are limited spots available and customers are encouraged to book now via

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