Fiji Airways changes SFO flights from seasonal to year-round, increases peak season frequency

Fiji Airways has extended its seasonal non-stop San Francisco — Nadi (Fiji) flights to a year-round service, following a successful first year of operations, the airline said.

The San Francisco International Airport (SFO) to Fiji (NAN) services first launched in June 2016 and will resume with the extended service in June 2017. The new year-round service between SFO and NAN will operate twice a week, increasing to three times a week in the high season from June through August and in December.

Operated using Fiji Airways´ A330 aircraft, the 10-hour non-stop flights offer both Economy and Business Class travel options. All Fiji Airways flights are full-service and include checked and carry-on baggage, in-flight entertainment, meals and alcoholic beverages.

Fiji Airways Group is comprised of Fiji Airways and its subsidiaries, Fiji Link, Pacific Call Comm Ltd, and a 38.75% stake in the Sofitel Fiji Resort & Spa on Denarau Island, Nadi.

From its hubs at Nadi and Suva International Airports, Fiji Airways and Fiji Link serve 64 destinations in 13 countries (including code-share). The Fiji Airways Group brings in 64% of all visitors who fly to Fiji, employs over 1000 employees, and earns revenues of over FJD 815m (USD 390m). Fiji Airways rebranded from Air Pacific in June 2013.