Fiji Link, Fiji Airways’ domestic subsidiary, will resume daily flights to/from Labasa from tomorrow, April 26th. This is in line with the lifting of inter-island travel restrictions announced by the Honourable Prime Minister. The flights will be initially operated by Fiji Link’s Twin Otter aircraft, and may be upgraded to ATR services should demand increase. Fiji Link is also able to add more frequency if required.
Suva-Labasa flights will depart Suva daily at 12.15pm, arriving into Labasa at 1.15pm. The return flight will depart Labasa at 2.45pm, arriving into Suva at 3.45pm. Nadi guests can connect to these services through Fiji Link’s morning and afternoon flights to Suva. Guests holding bookings for Labasa flights during the flight suspension period (March 30 – April 25) are able to rebook themselves at no additional cost by calling Fiji Airways Reservations on 3304388 or 6720888. New bookings can also made by calling our Reservations or on Fiji Link’s website.
Fiji Link team will practice social distancing seating on flights as much as practical, and hand sanitiser will be made available to all guests for use. All other Fiji Link safety measures remain in place. These include Personal Protective Equipment use by all staff and crew and daily sanitising of all aircraft in use. All guests are also encouraged to bring their own personal protective equipment as well.
Resumption of flights to other domestic ports is currently being reviewed.