Getting There - International Travel
The national airline is Air
Pacific (FJ), which operates to the Pacific Island nations as
well as to Australia, New Zealand and the United States of America.
Approximate flight times
Approximate times are as follows:
It takes 27 hours and 45 minutes traveling from Nadi to London
(plus the connection / stop over).
It takes 10 hours traveling from Nadi to Los Angeles.
It takes 3 hours and 50 minutes traveling from Nadi to Sydney
|Nadi Airport is where
most international flights arrive, while Suva airport is the internal
Nadi International Airport
(NAN) is 8 kilometres (5 miles) north of Nadi town on Viti Levu
Transport to and from the
A bus to the city operates from 7.00 am to 6.30 pm (travel time
is 20 minutes). Taxis are also available for transport.
Facilities include a 24 hour bank / bureaux de change, duty free
shops, restaurants, a 24 hour bar, a 24 hour left luggage office,
porter service, tourist information, parents room, post office and
Suva (SUV) is at Nausori, 16 kilometres (9 miles) from Suva (30
minutes travel time from Suva).
to and from the airport
Taxis and car rental are the forms of transport used to get to and
from Suva airport.
Facilities include parking, a snack bar, a small duty free shop,
and car hire.
F$ 30. Children under 12 years of age and transit passengers leaving
within 12 hours are excused from this fee
The Visit the South Pacific Pass is valid for several
airlines operating in the South Pacific, including most of the larger
ones, such as Air Nauru, Air Caledonie, Polynesian Airlines, Qantas,
Air Pacific, Air Marshall Islands, Air Niugini, Air Vanuatu, Royal
Tongan Airlines and Solomon Airlines. Offering reductions
of up to 40 % on normal airfares, this sector based pass allows
for flexible island hopping between the destinations of the Cook
Islands, New Caledonia, Tahiti, Fiji, Nauru, Samoa, Tonga, Vanuatu
and the more remote Melanesian and Micronesian islands, together
with main cities in Australia (Melbourne, Brisbane and Sydney) and
New Zealand (Auckland, Christchurch and Wellington).
The pass is only available for people resident outside of the South
Pacific. The journey must be started outside the South Pacific and
only 1 stopover in Australia is allowed. A minimum of 2 sectors
must be purchased before departure (extra sectors can be bought
en route). There is a maximum of 1 pass per person, and passes must
be used within 6 months of the 1st day of travel. Children under
12 years of age pay 75 % of the adult fare. For details and conditions,
please contact the South
Pacific Tourism Organisation.
Ports in Fiji are Suva
and Lautoka (Viti Levu). Passenger lines serving Fiji include Princess
Cruises, Crystal, Peter Deilmann, Cunard, Seabourn and Society.
Many cargo lines stop at Fiji including Bank Line and Pacific Forum
Line. There are regular sailings to Nauru, Kiribati, Samoa and Tuvalu.