Aviation in New Zealand and Oceania

Fiji Airways to start fourth Hong Kong service

Fiji Airways will add a Sunday service to Hong Kong, increasing its frequency to the Asian hub to four flights a week.

The fourth Hong Kong flight will begin on 25th October, and is a permanent fixture on the Fiji Airways schedule.

David Bowden, Fiji Airways’ Acting CEO commented: “This increase in frequency further strengthens our offering from Hong Kong and beyond, especially in allowing greater travel options most days of the week from mainland China. At the same time, we’re making our schedules more attractive so we’re able to welcome more visitors from China, greater Asia and Europe to our home.”

Mr. Bowden added that the Hong Kong service was a strong performer.

“The route is an integral part of our network and our plans to develop our Nadi hub. We’ve got a great codeshare partner in Cathay Pacific who provide our customers with excellent connectivity beyond Hong Kong.”

All Fiji Airways’ Hong Kong flights are operated by its flagship Airbus A330 aircraft.

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