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Fiji Airways, Fiji’s national airline, has extended the cancellation of scheduled international services through to the end of September.
This is due to ongoing border closures and travel restrictions as a consequence of the COVID-19 Pandemic.
The airline continues preparations for a revised network plan, which will be revealed when easing of border restrictions is announced.
Fiji Airways also is progressing with the implementation of its Travel Ready programme, which details measures to safeguard the health and medical safety of customers and staff when international flying resumes.
The airline is contacting impacted guests who were booked to travel in September. Similar to previous advisories, impacted guests booked through travel agents and third parties will be contacted by those parties.
Fiji Airways’ freighter flights and Fiji Link domestic services will continue to operate.
SOURCE: FIJI AIRWAYS/PACNEWS
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