There are some indications that oneworld Connect member Fiji Airways will start flying from Nadi to Vancouver. Some eagle eyed aviation types have noticed a few online items that strongly point to this happening.
The airline doesn’t currently serve Canada, so it would be a new direct route for them. According to FBC News in Fiji, they are exploring new services “outside of New Zealand, Australia and the USA.”
Nadi to Vancouver?
At the moment, the airline mainly serves destinations in the South Pacific, including Australia, New Zealand, the US west coast and Asia. You can see a route map from their website below.
So, what makes people think it’s going to be Nadi to Vancouver? Quite simply, there is a job vacancy advertised on the Fiji Airways website, looking for a Manager Ground Operations in the Canadian city. You don’t need staff if you’re not flying there, usually.
It will be good news for those wishing to take a tropical Pacific Island holiday as well as anyone who has business links at either end. With a fleet of Airbus A330s and Airbus A350s, passengers will get a modern experience on board.
Will Fiji Airways start flying from Nadi to Vancouver? Who knows, but all signs point to it being pretty likely. I wonder when we will receive an official announcement?
When and if it does come, I’ll be curious to see what aircraft is going to be used, not to mention the flight frequency. I’m sure it will all work out well.
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That would be awesome. I can finally use my Alaska airlines points.
Fingers crossed it comes to pass!!
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