Air Transport World, 02 July 2019 – The popular Fiji leisure market is seeing some significant changes as Fiji Airways plans to suspend an Australian route and Korean Air terminates flights to Fiji.
Korean Air confirmed it will close its route from Seoul to Nadi, Fiji from Oct. 1. It currently offers three flights a week on this service, which it has operated since 1995.
Korean is the only airline based outside the South Pacific serving Fiji. Other carriers flying to this country are Qantas, Virgin Australia, Jetstar, Air New Zealand and Fiji Airways. Smaller Pacific Island carriers also have routes to Fiji.
Meanwhile, Fiji Airways says it has “decided to temporarily pause” its direct flights from Nadi, Fiji, to Adelaide, Australia.…read more