Fiji Airways and Fiji Link advise customers booked to travel from 22nd April 2021 onwards to note the following important announcement.
As part of the Fijian Government’s efforts to shut down further community transmissions of COVID-19, the Government has implemented a number of restrictions around domestic and international flight movements. As a result of these directives, Fiji Airways and Fiji Link are implementing the following schedule changes
Ø All domestic flights originally scheduled to depart Suva on 22nd April are cancelled.
Ø All flights into Suva from Vanua Levu and outer islands for Thursday 22nd April will operate as planned, albeit with some delays expected.
Ø Details for domestic flights into Suva from 23rd April onwards will be announced tomorrow.
Ø All flights into and out Nadi remain cancelled.
Ø All domestic schedules will be reviewed in line with any changes announced by Fijian authorities.
Fiji Airways Repatriation Flights
Ø The Nadi-Auckland (FJ 1411) and Auckland-Nadi (FJ 1410) repatriation flights for 22ndApril 2021 will operate as scheduled.
Ø All other international repatriation flights into and from Fiji between 23 - 26 April 2021 are cancelled.
Ø This decision will be reviewed in line with any changes announced by Fijian authorities.
Ø The only exception for inbound travel is for Fijians on medical travel who are allowed to return to Fiji. Prior arrangement and approval from the Fijian Ministry of Health is required for travel on an extremely limited number of flights which may become available for medical passengers only.
Ø The cancellation list for flights between 22- 26 April is as follows:
Ø The status of other flights on 26th April and beyond will be announced shortly.
Fiji Airways and Fiji Link will provide updates to customers and the public as further clarifications on flight movements are received from authorities. We sincerely apologise if your flight has been cancelled as a result of the restrictions now in place in Fiji. The cancellations are beyond the control of both airlines, and are in place in the interest of safety of customers, staff and the general public.