Fiji Airways, Fiji´s National Airline, has unveiled the COP23 logo on its fleet, the company said.
Four A330s and five B737 aircraft will showcase the COP23 logo, highlighting Fiji´s presidency of the 23rd Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. The decision by Fiji Airways to showcase the COP23 logo across its fleet was announced in April by Fijian Prime Minister and incoming President of COP23, Frank Bainimarama.
Andre Viljoen, Fiji Airways Managing Director and CEO commented, “This is a proud moment for Fiji Airways as we show our support for Fiji´s Presidency of COP23. Climate Change is a critical issue globally, and affects every country. The logo, designed by Fijian designer Ronna Sekiguchi is world-class, and a fine addition to our distinctive masi livery. It will be seen on our aircraft in the 11 countries we fly directly to, and at some of the world´s busiest airports like Los Angeles and San Francisco.”
Founded in 1951, Fiji Airways Group comprises of Fiji Airways, Fiji´s National Airline and its subsidiaries: Fiji Link, its domestic and regional carrier, 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). Destinations to and from the US include: Fiji, Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Singapore, Samoa, Tonga, Tuvalu, Kiribati, Vanuatu and Solomon Islands.