Fiji Airways touches down in Singapore
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Fiji Airways has launched its first direct flights to Singapore.
The new route commenced on 5 April, becoming the first direct service between the two countries. Flights will now operate twice a week using a two-class Airbus A330 aircraft.
The outbound night flight departs Fiji’s Nadi International Airport every Tuesday and Friday at 2300 and arrives at Singapore’s Changi Airport at 0455 the next morning. The return service will then leave Singapore every Wednesday and Saturday at 1015 and arrives back in Fiji at 0020.
The flight duration of 10 hours will cut at least three hours off the previous travelling time between Fiji and Singapore, which required passengers to stop in Australia or New Zealand.
The new route becomes Fiji Airways’ second Asian connection, following its existing direct flights to Hong Kong.
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