Island Hoppers Fiji has released plans to expand its operations this year, adding three new destinations to its services and two new fixed wing aircraft to its fleet of helicopters.
Commencing 30 July this year, the carrier said it will utilise its two brand new XSTOL 750 aero planes on daily services to Savusavu and Taveuni as well as a four times weekly service to Kadavu.
Island Hoppers Fiji, Director of Operations Craig Keighley has cited increased demand in the region for additional services for the ever increasing tourism and resort industry.
Serving Fijian travellers over the past 34 years, the carrier has assured that new services and new aircraft would continue to offer passengers the high standards Island Hoppers is known for.
The aircraft has high visibility passenger windows, allows for full international baggage allowance and the ability to take oversized cargo such as surfboards, fishing rods and dive gear.
The plane is also air-conditioned with leather seating, ensuring a first class cabin and service.
As part of the airline’s service all passengers are greeted upon arrival at Nadi airport, whether domestic or international and are also delivered to Island Hopper Fiji’s private lounge for check-in and boarding before dispatch.
Industry rate prices are expected to start at US$190 one way to Savusavu, US$215 one way to Taveuni and US$175 to Kadavu (all pricing inclusive of VAT)
Bookings are now open.
Source = e-Travel Blackboard: N.J