Air services cancelled

February 2007
Travel Weekly Australia;2/23/2007, Issue 38, p7
Trade Publication
The article reports on the temporary cancellation of Air Pacific's supplementary services from Fiji to Sydney, New South Wales. The company's head of sales, Michael Nacola, has stated that the airline, which operated daily services from Nadi to Sydney, had started operating supplementary services on the route in November 2006, but after the December 2006 military coup the Fijian international airline had to withdraw those services for the February and March 2007 period.


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