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An Air Service Agreement between Fiji and India opens up a new route that Fiji Airways can take advantage of.
Civil Aviation Minister Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum who recently returned from India says the agreement is vital as India will be the largest out bound market in years to come.
“There was also a codeshare agreement signed with Jet Airways which has a fantastic footprint as far as onward flight routes are concerned from India but also coming out of India that Fiji Airways can take advantage of.”
Fiji Airways Chief Executive Andre Viljeon says that this is a very significant achievement for both airlines.
The codeshare with Jet Airways offers guests on both carriers convenient and seamless connectivity between India and Fiji via Singapore and Hong Kong.
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