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Fiji Airways Group Welcomes New ATR 72-600 and Launches Fiji Link

Friday June 6th 2014 – The Fiji Airways Group today welcomed its new ATR 72-600 aircraft for its subsidiary, Fiji Link. The Fiji Link rebrand was official launched the same evening is the launch date for Fiji Link.

Fiji Airways Group Managing Director and CEO Stefan Pichler said June 6th will mark an important chapter for the national carrier and its subsidiary.


“As we announced last November, the new brand for Pacific Sun will be an extension of the Fiji Airways brand. The Fiji Link aircraft has a distinct, yet part-of-the-family look with the Fiji Airways fleet, and therefore retains prominent brand elements in its livery and design. This includes the name “FIJI” featuring prominently on the belly on the aircraft.”

“We are confident that will resonate well at home and in the regions where Fiji Link aircraft will fly.

“There’s a great deal of excitement among our teams at both Fiji Airways and Fiji Link. The new ATR 72-600 is important to our Five Year Master Plan, as it will help us grow our network in Fiji and in the South Pacific, like the start of direct Suva-Apia flights starting June 16.

“Connectivity with Fiji Airways’ international schedules will be enhanced to offer customers seamless connections to the North and other island destinations. The airline is also tracking extremely well with its On-Time Performance (OTP) every month, and this is expected to remain as two further new aircraft join the Fiji Link fleet later this year,” said Mr Pichler.


Fiji Airways will shortly announce further enhancements for domestic and regional travel, including new uniforms and a Business Class product on international flights on the new ATR 72-600.

The airline’s two existing ATR 42-500s will exit the fleet as another new ATR 72-600 and ATR 42-600 series enter. An announcement on the rebranding of the Twin Otter fleet will be made at later stage.

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