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Fiji Airways

Safety rating: 5/7  Rating Criteria | Safety Rating Breakdown

Product rating : 5/7  Rating Criteria presents our independent Fiji Airways safety ratings and reviews.

Country of Origin: Fiji  |  Airline Code: FJ


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In Flight Product

Business Class

  • Available on 737s and A330 aircraft
  • Welcome drink served; hot or cold towel service before main meal
  • Restaurant quality meal and beverage service
  • Personal seat back TVs with multiple channel choices on A330s; personal screens with choice of 6 channels on 737-800s; shared cabin screens on 737-700s
  • Seat pitch of 48 inch with 18 inch recline on 737s; seat pitch of 60 inch on A330 aircraft that transform in to lie flat beds with an 8 degree incline; seating in 2-2 configuration on single aisle aircraft
  • Blankets, pillow and amenity kit provided
  • Baggage allowance of 1 x 30kg bag; baggage allowance of 2 x 30kg bags on flights to mainland USA

Economy (Pacific Voyager)

  • Full meal and beverage service on long haul international flights; nonalcoholic beverage service on domestic flights; snack served on flights less than 6 hours with spirits available for purchase. hot or cold towel service prior to first meal
  • Personal seat back screens on the A330; shared cabin screens showing documentaries and TV shows on 737s; no in flight entertainment on ATRs and Twin Otters; USB's and power outlets available on the A330
  • Seat pitch of 32 inch with 6 inch recline or 7.5 inch recline on the A330;
  • Blankets and pillows available for medium and long haul flights
  • Baggage allowance of 1 x 23kg bag


  • Commenced services as Fiji Airways in September 1951
  • Pioneered the code share concept with Qantas in the early 1980s
  • Acquired domestic airline Sun Air in 2007, rebranded it Pacific Sun and it became Air Pacific's domestic and regional subsidiary
  • Announced in May 2012 that it would revert to its original name Fiji Airways in June 2013
  • Both airlines fly over 400 flights a week to 15 cities in 10 countries around the world

Major Strengths

  • Essential airline service linking Fiji Islands to each other and to the world

Subsidiary Airlines

  • Pacific Sun

Aircraft Types

  • 737-700
  • 737-800
  • A330-300
  • De Havilland DHC-6 Twin Otters and ATR 42-500 (operated by Pacific Sun)

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