|Founded||1967 (as Air Pacific)|
|Commenced operations||10 July 1967|
|Ceased operations||1 May 2009|
|Operating bases||Nadi International Airport|
Nausori International Airport
|Key people||Sialeni Vuetaki (CEO)|
Air Fiji was an airline based in Nausori, Fiji. It operated inter-island services to destinations within the Fijian Islands. Its main base was Nausori International Airport, Suva, with a base at Nadi International Airport.
The airline was established in 1967 and started operations on 10 July 1967 as Air Pacific. On 29 March 1971, Air Pacific was renamed Fiji Air and again renamed to Air Fiji in February 1995. It was owned by Aviation Investments (55%), government of Fiji (11%) and other shareholders (34%).
Air Fiji operated the following services (at June 2008):
- Cicia - Cicia Airport
- Gau - Gau Airport
- Kadavu - Kadavu Airport
- Koro - Koro Airport
- Labasa - Labasa Airport
- Lakeba - Lakeba Airport
- Levuka - Levuka Airfield
- Malolo Lailai - Malolo Lailai Airport [occasional charter]
- Mana - Mana Island Airport [occasional charter]
- Moala - Moala Airport
- Nadi - Nadi International Airport (Base)
- Nausori - Nausori International Airport (Base)
- Rotuma - Rotuma Airport
- Savusavu - Savusavu Airport
- Taveuni - Matei Airport
- Vanuabalavu - Vanuabalavu Airport
The Air Fiji fleet included the following aircraft (at December 2008):
|Britten-Norman BN-2A Islander||1|
|Embraer EMB 110P2 Bandeirante||2|
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