Fiji Airways will increase service from Nadi, Fiji’s third largest city, to Hong Kong by August and introduce fourth-weekly flights from Oct. 1, as demand on the route has picked up swiftly.
The national airline re-started with two direct flights between Nadi and Hong Kong on April 1, with a third service from August.
Before the COVID-19 pandemic, Fiji Airways had five flights a week to and from Hong Kong.
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