Hongkong travellers will soon be able to fly non stop twice weekly to Fiji with Air Pacific from June 2009.
Currently, passengers have to transfer via Tokyo, a service the airline will no longer offer from March 31. The Hongkong-Nadi service is expected to be increased to thrice weekly.
“Hongkong was selected after exhaustive evaluation of various destinations in Asia as it represents the best economic opportunity for Air Pacific and Fiji tourism. It is a major hub for services from China and points in Asia including Japan as well as flights from UK and Europe,” said John Campbell, managing director and CEO, Air Pacific.
“Wide ranging connecting flights are available to and from points in India and the emerging Middle East, Russia and Eastern European markets which, coupled with a vibrant and dynamic market in Hongkong and southern China, presents a major opportunity for Fiji.”
To coincide with the holidays, a free-and-easy Nadi package from Holiday Tours & Travel in Hongkong is available on Air Pacific from US$561 until March 31.
For more details, visit www.airpacific.com and www.holidaytours.hk