When one door closes, another one opens, only this time, it’s Air India coming forward with their interest in keeping Fiji connected between three of their Indian cities.
This comes after Fiji Airways, Fiji’s National Airline and Air India announced their new codeshare agreement earlier this month.
The new codeshare agreement will provide convenient connections between three Indian cities and Fiji.
From 1st of August, guests of both airlines can seamlessly connect from Delhi, Mumbai and Chennai to Fiji via Hong Kong or Singapore.
The agreement will allow Fiji Airways to place its “FJ” designator code on flights operated by Air India from the three Indian cities to Hong Kong and Singapore.
It also allows Air India to place its “AI” designator code of Fiji Airways flights from Hong Kong and Singapore to Nadi, Fiji.
Fiji Airways Managing Director and CEO- Andre Viljoen says they’re delighted add Air India to their growing list of international airline partners, and look forward to welcoming their guests onboard with their renowned hospitality and service onboard.
Viljoen says that with their direct services from Hong Kong and Singapore to Nadi, there really is no better way for Indian visitors to travel to Fiji from three of their largest cities.
Equally, their guests from Fiji and the South Pacific will have many more options to connect to Delhi, Mumbai and Chennai for leisure, business and medical travel on Air India.
Flight tickets under the codeshare agreement can now be purchased since the beginning of this month.