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Love will definitely be in the air on Fiji Airways flight FJ679 on Valentine’s Day

Love will definitely be in the air on Fiji Airways flight FJ679 on Valentine’s Day

By Vijay Narayan
Tuesday 26/01/2021
[image: Fiji Airways]

Love will definitely be in the air as Fiji Airways is offering a rare opportunity to couples to celebrate this Valentine’s Day in the skies with a special flight on Sunday 14th February.

Flight FJ679 will depart Nadi International Airport at 1.30pm on Valentine’s Day, spend almost three hours following a unique flight path around the country, and return to Nadi at 4.15pm.

Passengers on the flight can also win outstanding prizes to ‘further sweeten’ their Valentine’s Day experience. Prizes drawn onboard include resort nights at the Fiji Marriott Momi Resort and Sofitel Fiji Resort and Spa, domestic Fiji Link flights, Fiji Rugby and Crusaders merchandise.

The flight will be operated using a Fiji Airways’ Airbus A330 aircraft.

Guests onboard will enjoy a romantic dining experience along with sparkling wines, drinks, and inflight entertainment. Seats are available for $199 in Economy Class and $499 in Business Class.

The airline is also offering flight and resort packages for customers hoping to make a weekend out of it. The flight is also conveniently scheduled for those wishing to fly from Suva and return the same day on Fiji Link.

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