Wayfarer TV: Fiji Airways takes off again for Hong Kong and Tokyo

by James Wilkinson

Fiji Airways has resumed flights to Hong Kong and Tokyo in a boost to travel in the South Pacific and beyond.

This week, Fiji Airways took off from Nadi to Hong Kong (Apr 1) and Tokyo (Apr 4), providing direct access to the Fiji Islands from two major Asia gateways.

Flights are operated by Fiji Airways’ Airbus A330 aircraft, which feature flatbeds in Business Class, fantastic food and wine and hundreds’ of hours of entertainment on demand, including Wayfarer‘s travel TV show.

For a review of Fiji Airways’ Airbus A330 Business Class, click on the YouTube video below.


Until tomorrow, April 7, Australians can score up to 40 off on Fiji Airways flights to popular destinations including Fiji, Samoa, Tonga, Los Angles, San Francisco and Vancouver.

Aussies can soak up the winter sun in Fiji with return Lite fares from AU$549 or use Fiji as a convenient stopover to explore long-haul destinations such as Los Angeles with return Lite fares from AU$1075.

Fiji Airways is currently operating twice daily flights from Sydney, and daily flights from Melbourne and Brisbane to Nadi, Fiji. The national carrier also operates twice-weekly flights from Adelaide to Nadi.