Fiji Link, Fiji Airways’ subsidiary, will suspend domestic operations to all outer-islands by 6pm tomorrow, Monday 30 March, in line with Government directives. The final services between Suva-Labasa and Nadi-Labasa will operate tomorrow (Monday). From Tuesday, the only Fiji Link flights will be between Nadi and Suva, operating at a reduced frequency. Suspended services include flights from the Nadi and Suva hubs to Labasa, Taveuni, Savusavu, Kadavu, Vanuabalavu, Lakeba, Cicia, Koro, Rotuma.

Mr Andre Viljoen, Fiji Airways Group Managing Director and CEO says: “The majority of our customers understand that these measures are necessary to combat the spread of COVID-19. We will gladly adhere to Government directives, and stand ready to assist if charter flights are required for the freight of essential supplies to Vanua Levu and outer islands.”

“Customers holding bookings for flights which are now suspended can rest assured that their bookings are safe. We look forward to welcoming them onboard when we resume operations.”

Fiji Link will announce resumption of domestic services after approvals from authorities.