Since Fiji re-opened to international travellers in December, the nation’s flag carrier Fiji Airways has been re-launching routes and adding aircraft to help the country’s tourism industry get back on track.

As restrictions ease, Fiji Airways has resumed regular commercial flights to Australia (Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney), the United States (Honolulu, Los Angeles and San Francisco) and Singapore, with New Zealand (Auckland) coming back online from mid-February.

In the process, Fiji Airways has also launched some new initiatives in cabins, on the ground and for passengers of all ages as the carrier continues on its journey to come the world’s leading boutique airline.

Leading the way has been the carrier’s new fleet of Airbus A350-900 and Boeing 737-8 aircraft, upgrades to food and drinks onboard and in the lounges, a fantastic children’s conservation awareness program and the launch of a check-in counter at Sofitel Fiji Resort and Spa.

It’s an exciting time for the carrier and to find out all the latest, Fiji Airways’ Executive General Manager Corporate Communication, Customer Experience, Government & International Relations and Fiji Link, Shaenaz Voss, spoke exclusively on camera to Wayfarer Host and HM Editor-In-Chief, James Wilkinson, on Denarau Island in Fiji recently.

To view the video, click on the image below.

James Wilkinson

Editor-In-Chief, Hotel Management