Fiji Airways starts flights from Adelaide and Vanuatu again

Fiji Airways starts flights from Adelaide and Vanuatu again

By Vijay Narayan
Monday 04/07/2022
[Image: Fiji Airways/File]

Fiji Airways has started twice weekly flights from Adelaide to Nadi, offering Australians a fourth route for their tropical getaway.

Fiji’s national airline also operates twice daily flights from Sydney and daily flights from Melbourne and Brisbane.

Fiji Airways Managing Director and CEO, Andre Viljoen says it is a special occasion as after three years they are excited to say bula and welcome back to our friends and family from South Australia.

The airline company says the five hour and 10 minute direct flight from Adelaide makes Fiji a popular choice and much more attractive option for Australians.

Return economy flights can be booked from AUD$608 and return business class airfares from AUD$2,728 per person.

Apart from Adelaide, they are also welcoming back our Pacific neighbours, Vanuatu with the first flight leaving Nadi at 11.25am and returning at 5.15pm.



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