Fiji Airways is Fiji's international airline. It is also a partner with the frequent flyer programmes of Qantas, American Airlines, and Alaska Airlines. It has its head office at the Air Pacific Maintenance & Administration Centre in Nadi. Air Pacific is owned by the Fijian government (51%), Qantas (46.32%). Air New Zealand and the governments of Kiribati, Tonga, Nauru and Samoa each hold minor stakes.
Fiji Airways was established and started operations in 1951. It was founded by Australian aviator Harold Gatty. The company previously operated as Fiji Airways and headquartered on the grounds of Nausori Airport in Suva. Except for 2001, the airline has been profitable for every year from 1995 to 2004. Air Pacific acquired Sun Air, a domestic airline, in 2007. This formed the basis for Pacific Sun, Air Pacific's domestic and regional subsidiary. In 2008 the airline decided to withdraw from the Japan market and also its service to Vancouver. Due to high fuel costs, the impact of new competition, lower fares and the global financial crisis, Air Pacific has seen a difficult financial situation recently.
Fiji Airways operates flight to the following international destinations in Asia, North America and Oceania: Hong Kong, United States, Australia, Kiribati, New Zealand, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tonga and Vanuatu. Domestic routes include: Nadi International Airport and Suva International Airport.
The Fiji Airways fleet consists of Boeing-built aircrafts: 1 Boein 737-700, 3 Boeing 737-800, 2 Boeing 747-400 and 1 Boeing 767-300ER.
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