Air Pacific is the national airline of Fiji and it operates a range of flights that link Fiji with Australia (Brisbane, Sydney & Melbourne), New Zealand (Auckland & Christchurch), Hawaii, Los Angeles and Hong Kong. They also offer regional flights in the Pacific to Vanuatu, Samoa, Tonga and the Solomon islands. Additionally Air Pacific connects the islands of Fiji with both Nadi and Suva - flights operated by Pacific Sun.
Air New Zealand flights between Los Angeles and Nadi (Fiji) are operated by Air Pacific.
Air Pacific operate B747 and B737 (Shortly to add Airbus A330-200) aircraft on their international routes and offer the choice of Pacific Voyager Class (Economy Class) or Tabua Class (Business Class).
Pacific Voyager Class
Economy class service has been designed to give customers a sense of relaxation from the moment they step onboard. With a naturally friendly cabin crew and elegantly, yet relaxed, cabin decor guests can sit back and enjoy the hospitality of one of the world's most welcoming cultures.
There is a good range of entertainment options to choose from onboard Air Pacific international services. On Air Pacific's Boeing 747 aircraft each seat is provided with in-seat entertainment with 12 looped video channels and 8 audio channels. The systems are are quite out-dated when compared with audio-video on demand systems used by most major airlines.
Whether your journey with Air Pacific is a short hop within the Pacific region or a longer flight across the Pacific, your meal will be a reflection of South Pacific cuisine accompanied by international wines, spirits and beers.
They also offer a range of special meals to suit your religious, cultural or medical/dietary needs. These meals are available by prior request to Air Pacific. Naturally with Air Pacific, entertainment, meals and drinks are free.
Tabua Class is business class, offering travellers a unique and exclusive class of travel on Fiji's international airline.
On the ground, customers who choose to fly Tabua Class can enjoy business class check-in, increased baggage allowance and access to lounge facilities at most airports.
In the air, Tabua Class customers will experience a superb menu including a three course meal, a range of fine wines, champagne, liqueurs and a selection of cheeses. With individual screens, there is a choice of up to 21 channels of entertainment on the Boeing 747 aircraft and up to 10 movies on other aircraft. The aircraft seasts are of an older and out-dated design compared to most major international airlines.