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Fiji Airways cancels Int’l flights to August

FijiAirways has actually extended its cancellation of global flights to the end of August, due to surround closures and take a trip constraints amidst CoViD-19, the airline company mentioned the other day.

“The cancellation of August services allows us to prepare and position a new updated international schedule for deployment as soon as practical,” stated Fiji Airways Managing Director and CEOAndre Viljoen

“Whether this will be in August remains to be seen. However, we are encouraged by the recent move to ‘Phase 2’ for Fiji in its response to CoViD-19, as well as a travel framework which allows for the creation of specific ‘air corridors’ with certain countries.”

One such passage under the structure is the ‘Bula Bubble with Fiji’ s conventional markets – Australia and New Zealand

“This framework provides a clear path forward for the two countries to seriously consider opening borders to Fiji, thereby stimulating travel demand.”

FijiAirways is leading an Industry Taskforce together with Fijian health authorities to please all requirements for safe global flying under the Government’s structure, he stated.

A brand-new network prepare for global services will see decreased flying and restricted locations worldwide.

Travellers reserved to take a trip in August will be called by FijiAirways And visitors reserved through travel representatives and 3rd parties will be called by those celebrations.

FijiAirways’ truck flights and Fiji Link domestic services will continue to run.

Imported CoViD-19 cases

Meanwhile, 8 Fijians have actually been verified to have CoViD-19 after getting here in Nadi on a repatriation flight from India on July 1 and stay in quarantine.

According to a declaration from the Fijian Government on 10 July, all travelers on that flight have actually been kept under rigorous border quarantine conditions from the minute they got here.