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Fiji Airways Reduces Some Hong Kong Services 

10 February 2020 

Fiji Airways is reducing some Hong Kong flights in February and March 2020, due to the decline in demand from the region as a result of the coronavirus alert and Mainland China travel restrictions. This reduction in capacity represents about 50% of services to/from Hong Kong over this period. The airline will continue to monitor the situation and further adjust schedules to/from Hong Kong if required. 

Fiji Airways will re-book impacted guests on other scheduled services, and will update them about the flight changes if booked directly with the airline. Guests booked through travel agents and third parties are encouraged to contact their respective agents. 

Presently, flight schedules to/from Singapore and Japan remain unchanged. 

Fiji Airways Updated Hong Kong Schedule for February and March 2020 

February 

Date

Status

1

Operating as scheduled

2

Operating as scheduled

3

Operating as scheduled

5

Cancelled

6

Operating as scheduled

8

Operating as scheduled

9

Cancelled

10

Operating as scheduled

12

Cancelled

13

Operating as scheduled

15

Operating as scheduled

16

Cancelled

17

Cancelled

19

Cancelled

20

Operating as scheduled

22

Operating as scheduled

23

Cancelled

24

Cancelled

26

Cancelled

27

Operating as scheduled

29

Operating as scheduled

*Flights schedules are subject to further change 

March 

Date

Status

2

Cancelled

4

Cancelled

5

Operating as scheduled

7

Operating as scheduled

8

Cancelled

9

Cancelled

11

Cancelled

12

Operating as scheduled

14

Operating as scheduled

16

Cancelled

18

Cancelled

19

Operating as scheduled

21

Operating as scheduled

22

Cancelled

23

Cancelled

25

Cancelled

26

Operating as scheduled

28

Cancelled

29

Operating as scheduled

30

Cancelled

 

*Flights schedules are subject to further change

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Novel Coronavirus Update
2 February 2020

Numerous countries have updated travel/entry requirements and restrictions in light of the 2019 Novel Coronavirus. Fiji Airways is required to enforce these requirements at check-in. Guests are requested to familiarise themselves with the relevant travel/entry restrictions of their destinations before embarking on their trip, to avoid disappointment at the airport. If you’re impacted by these requirements, you are able to defer your travel dates, or retain credit for future use (conditions apply). Please Contact Us to discuss options.

All guests are requested to note updated requirements for entry into Fiji below.


STATEMENT FROM THE FIJI DEPARTMENT OF IMMIGRATION
2 February 2020

As part of the Fijian Government's ongoing work to contain the global spread of the coronavirus, Fiji's borders will be closed to all foreign nationals who have been in mainland China within 14 days of their intended travel to Fiji. Similar to newly-instituted policies in Singapore and Australia, no passenger arrivals or transits will be permitted for those falling under these controls, effective immediately and until further notice.

As of 2 February 2020, there are no confirmed cases of the coronavirus in Fiji. Given the global spread of the virus, the government has decided on this measure of extreme precaution in the interest of mitigating the risk of an outbreak of the coronavirus in Fiji.

Government is working closely with all international carriers to ensure that any travelers who fall under these restrictions are not permitted to board flights to Fiji at their international departure location. Earlier-announced precautionary measures to maintain a hygienic environment and screen ill passengers will continue to be taken in-flight to further minimise any risk.

Fiji is closely monitoring the spread of the coronavirus and is prepared to pursue more stringent courses of action if deemed necessary.

Source: Fijian Government

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Fiji Airways Reduces Some Hong Kong Services

31 January 2020 

Fiji Airways is reducing some Hong Kong flights in February and March 2020, due to the decline in demand from the region as a result of the coronavirus alert and Mainland China travel restrictions. This reduction in capacity represents about 35% of services to/from Hong Kong over this period. The airline will continue to monitor the situation and further adjust schedules to/from Hong Kong if required. 

Fiji Airways will re-book impacted guests on other scheduled services, and will update them about the flight changes if booked directly with the airline. Guests booked through travel agents and third parties are encouraged to contact their respective agents. 

Presently, flight schedules to/from Singapore and Japan remain unchanged. 

Fiji Airways Updated Hong Kong Schedule for February and March 2020 

February 

Date

Status

1

Operating as scheduled

2

Operating as scheduled

3

Operating as scheduled

5

Cancelled

6

Operating as scheduled

8

Operating as scheduled

9

Cancelled

10

Operating as scheduled

12

Cancelled

13

Operating as scheduled

15

Operating as scheduled

16

Cancelled

17

Operating as scheduled

19

Cancelled

20

Operating as scheduled

22

Operating as scheduled

23

Cancelled

24

Operating as scheduled

26

Cancelled

27

Operating as scheduled

29

Operating as scheduled

*Flights schedules are subject to further change 

March 

Date

Status

2

Operating as scheduled

4

Cancelled

5

Operating as scheduled

7

Operating as scheduled

8

Cancelled

9

Operating as scheduled

11

Cancelled

12

Operating as scheduled

14

Operating as scheduled

16

Operating as scheduled

18

Cancelled

19

Operating as scheduled

21

Operating as scheduled

22

Cancelled

23

Operating as scheduled

25

Cancelled

26

Operating as scheduled

28

Cancelled

29

Operating as scheduled

30

Operating as scheduled

*Flights schedules are subject to further change

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Travel Advisory and Restrictions for Samoa
28 January 2020

 

 

Guests travelling to Apia, Samoa are advised that the Government has issued an updated Travel Advisory and Restrictions in response to the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV). All airlines flying to Samoa are required to enforce these travel restrictions. Please visit https://www.health.gov.ws/ to learn if the travel restriction applies to you.

 

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Enhanced Security Screening at US Airports
7 January 2020

Fiji Airways wishes to advise guests checking in from airports in the United States that the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has enhanced passenger security checks and screening now in place. Guests can expect extended time required for these security checks. It is advisable that guests conclude TSA screening requirements soon after checking in, to ensure they’re not late to the departure gates.


Measles Travel Advisory - Solomon Islands

Effective 28 Dec 2019, Solomon Islands Ministry of Health and Medical Services (MHMS) is mandating measles vaccination for all travelers to Solomon Islands. Failure to comply can result in deportation. Refer to attached for more details.

Measles Travel Advisory

Traveler Public Health Declaration Card 

 


SG Arrival Card

New travel rules for New Zealand from 1 October! 

 

NZeTA

The New Zealand Government has introduced a new travel requirement for some visitors and transit passengers. It’s called the NZeTA (New Zealand Electronic Travel Authority) and travelers need to request theirs via the official mobile app or website. Approval can take up to 72 hours, so get yours before you go. 

From 1 October, travellers who need an NZeTA and attempt to travel without one will be denied boarding.

Visit immigration.govt.nz/nzeta to find out if you need one.   


Important information for passengers travelling with the 15-inch Apple MacBook Pro

Due to a global recall by Apple of a number of 15-inch Apple MacBook Pro laptops, and in the interest of safety, Fiji Airways guests are required to place any 15-inch Apple MacBook Pro laptops only in carry-on baggage (Cabin Baggage). 15-inch Apple MacBook Pro laptops are not permitted in checked baggage until further notice. Guests connecting on to other airlines are advised to also check on the 15-inch Apple MacBook Pro laptop restrictions of those airlines.

Detailed information is available on https://support.apple.com/15-inch-macbook-pro-battery-recall/other-countries 


Advisory: Persons Travelling to Japan

Outbreaks of African swine fever, foot-and-mouth disease, avian influenza and other infectious diseases have been occurring in Asia and other countries all over the world.

Pork, beef, chicken and other meat products are prohibited from being brought into Japan. Persons who bring these products without permission will be prosecuted with penal servitude for a term up to three years or a fine up to one million yen.

Persons who have meat products or have visited places with livestock and persons who will come in to contact with livestock in Japan must visit the “Animal Quarantine Counter” before customs inspection.  


Advisory: Hong Kong Situation
10.30am FJT | 15 August 2019

We are closely monitoring the situation in Hong Kong and assessing its impact on our schedule. At present, we plan to operate our Nadi-Hong Kong and Hong Kong-Nadi services as per schedule. Should this change, we will reach out and advise guests accordingly through the contact details registered in their booking.

Fiji Airways advises guests on our Nadi-Hong Kong and Hong Kong-Nadi flights to check-in early to avoid any delays. Our online check-in is open 24 hours prior to departure, while check-in desks at Hong Kong open from 12.30pm. Guests are advise to pass through Immigration Control at their earliest convenience.   


JOINT STATEMENT BY FIJI AIRWAYS AND THE CIVIL AVIATION AUTHORITY OF FIJI (CAAF)

Issued: 11.30am, 13 March 2019

In line with the stance taken by aviation regulators in our region, and an increasing number of operators worldwide, Fiji Airways, together with the Civil Aviation Authority of Fiji, has taken the decision to temporarily ground its fleet of Boeing 737 MAX aircraft until more information is known about the cause of the Ethiopian Airlines accident.

We would like to stress that Fiji Airways, together with the Civil Aviation Authority of Fiji, continue to have full confidence in the airworthiness of the Boeing 737 MAX aircraft, and in the skilled and experienced Fiji Airways pilots and engineers who operate them.

Since Fiji Airways commenced operating the Boeing 737 MAX in December 2018, the aircraft has proven to be reliable and efficient, and continuous flight data monitoring has not identified any issues that would give rise to a cause for concern.

However, out of deference to the position taken by regulators in our region, and in response to the concerns expressed by the general public, both Fiji Airways and the Civil Aviation Authority of Fiji have agreed that the most appropriate course is to impose this temporary grounding. We will continue to monitor developments closely, and this decision will be reviewed in light of any new information.


Fiji Airways Statement # 5 - MAX B737 MAX 8

 Issued 11.30am – 13 March 2019

 The below statement follows the temporary grounding of Fiji Airways’ Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft.

Fiji Airways will use its existing Boeing 737 NG aircraft as well its Airbus A330 fleet to replace flights which were to be operated by the MAX 8s. Some flight times may be impacted as a result, and all affected customers will be notified of any change in their flight schedules.

Customers wishing to query their flight schedules can contact Fiji Airways Reservations, however, there may be extended waiting times. Customers are requested to ensure their direct contact details in their bookings are up-to-date. If your flights are booked through a travel agency or third party agency, please contact them.

Customers can receive up-to-date flight status information on the Fiji Airways website, by visiting www.fijiairways.com


Fiji Airways Statement #4
Issued 10pm 12 March 2019

Fiji Airways, in compliance with the directive by Australia’s Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA), has suspended all Boeing 737 MAX 8 operations to/from Australia. While Fiji Airways is confident in the airworthiness of our Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft and our robust training programme, we respect CASA’s position. As such, we will be changing the aircraft type operating to/from Sydney, Brisbane. Melbourne and Adelaide until further advised. Some schedule changes are likely and affected customers will be notified. We will continue to monitor the situation closely, and remain in constant contact with all relevant state regulators and authorities. The safety of our passengers and crew is, and always will be, our number one priority.

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ESTA Applications

23 December 2018

Fiji Airways wishes to alert all customers to apply for ESTA no later than 72 hours before departing for the United States. The US government has announced that real-time approvals will no longer be available and arriving at the airport without a previously approved ESTA will likely result in being denied boarding.

 

For more information on how to obtain ETSA please visit https://esta.cbp.dhs.gov/esta/

 

 

 

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