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Fiji Airways planes to be flown or ferried out of Fiji
Number of local and repatriation flights into Fiji cancelled

Fiji Airways planes to be flown or ferried out of Fiji

Number of local and repatriation flights into Fiji cancelled

By Naveel Krishant
Wednesday 16/12/2020
[Image: Fiji Airways]

Fiji Airways says all planes which include Airbus A350s, A330s and Boeing 737s will either operate their scheduled freight or repatriation services to Sydney, Auckland, Los Angeles and Hong Kong, or be ferried to Sydney or Auckland over the next two days.

These planes will remain at those ports until weather conditions in Fiji allow for their safe return.

All Fiji Link aircraft will be secured inside the airline’s hangar facilities in Nadi.

The Hong Kong to Nadi repatriation flight which was scheduled to arrive in Fiji tomorrow, has been postponed. The flight will now arrive in Fiji on Monday 21st December.

The Nadi to Sydney repatriation flight scheduled for Saturday has been cancelled. Impacted customers will be booked on the next available Nadi to Sydney repatriation flight.

Fiji Airways says the special ‘FJ 679 Catch the Sunset Flight’, which was to operate on Saturday, has been postponed to now operate on 2nd January 2021.

Tomorrow, flights from Suva to Labasa, Labasa to Suva, Nadi to Labasa, Labasa to Nadi, Nadi to Suva, Suva to Nadi , Suva to Taveuni, Taveuni to Suva, Savusavu to Suva, Suva to Savusavu, Lakeba to Suva and Suva to Lakeba have been cancelled.

On Friday, flights from Suva to Nadi, Nadi to Suva, Nadi to Rotuma , Rotuma to Nadi, Suva to Labasa, Labasa to Suva, Suva to Taveuni, Taveuni to Suva, Suva to Koro, Koro to Suva, Savusavu to Suva and Suva to Savusavu have been cancelled.

People can call Fiji Airways on 6720888 or 3304388 for more information.

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