Air Pacific flies over the Fijian Islands
Air Pacific, Fiji’s International Airline, announced a $565 roundtrip airfare from Los Angeles to Nadi, Fiji, on sale through June 30 for travel through Dec. 31.
This Fiji getaway offer coincides with the South Pacific destination recently ranked among Forbes.com’s top 15 affordably-priced countries for American travelers.
The full-service carrier offers Boeing 747 non-stop flights to Fiji from Los Angeles four days a week, and from Honolulu two days a week with convenient, comfortable and competitive travel options. It operates service to 18 destinations in 11 countries worldwide.
Pacific Sun, Air Pacific’s sister airline, operates a combination of ATR42-500’s, De Havilland Twin Otter’s and Britten Norman Islander’s on Fiji domestic routes with the ATR42’s also servicing regional sectors between Suva, Tonga and Funafuti, as well as between Nadi and Port Vila.
The 20 percent devaluation of the Fijian currency in April 2009 provides U.S. travelers with a unique opportunity for an exceptional exchange rate. Air Pacific and resorts throughout the Islands are offering attractively-priced packages that are available on the airline’s Web site (www.airpacificholidays.com).
Air Pacific, Fiji’s international airline, operates service to 18 destinations in 11 countries worldwide. The airline offers direct flights originating in the U.S. from both Los Angeles and Honolulu to Fiji with connecting services to Australia, New Zealand, Vanuatu, Tonga, Samoa, Solomon Islands and Kiribati.
For information about airfares, schedules and general customer queries or to book a flight on Air Pacific, visit the airline at www.airpacific.com or call reservations at 800-227-4446.