Fiji Link services Nadi-Suva route and special Labasa medical aid flight

Fiji Link will resume flights this afternoon between Nadi and Suva and make a special trip to Labasa to move medical supplies and personnel as part of severe Tropical Cyclone Yasa relief efforts..

The airline will service two Nadi to Suva flights at 4.30pm and 5.30pm and a lone Suva to Nadi flight at 6.30pm. The flights are opened to customers who were booked for flights that were cancelled this week.

They may rebook themselves on flights available this afternoon, Fiji Link said in a statement.

Fiji Airways Group Managing Director and CEO Andre Viljoen said the non-commercial flight to Labasa is to assist the Ministry of Health and Ministry of Civil Aviation transport essential medical supplies and personnel to Vanua Levu.

Our hearts go out to our fellow Fijians around the country who have been impacted by Tropical Cyclone Yasa. Both Fiji Link and Fiji Airways stand ready to assist Fijian authorities with relief and recovery efforts as required.

Andre Viljoen, Fiji Airways Group Managing Director and CEO

Fiji Link plans to operate all scheduled domestic services tomorrow. However, flights to smaller ports like Savusavu and Taveuni may be delayed to operate later in the day, to allow these airports to be operationally ready.

 All Fiji Airways jet aircraft will return to the country over the next three days, and the airline will resume scheduled freighter flights from Monday, 21 December.

Customers whose travel plans may have changed are requested to contact Fiji Airways Reservations Centre to discuss options for rebookings or holding of credit for future use.

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