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Korean Air committed to Fiji

July 28, 2015 6:38 pm

Strengthening the services of Korean Airways flights between Fiji and Korea to draw more tourists to Fiji topped talks between the Fijian Government and the Airline.

Foreign Affairs Minister Ratu Inoke Kubuabola met with the President of Korean Air Chang – Hoon Chi to look at marketing the airline’s route into Fiji.

The meeting took place at the airline’s head office in Seoul where President Chi reaffirmed the airline’s commitment to continue servicing this route despite challenges.

He also requested that the Fijian Government assist in strengthening its marketing campaign to attract more tourists from Korea so that the airline can be used for this route.

Minister Ratu Inoke Kubuabola expressed the Fijian Government’s appreciation to Korean Air for the air service since 1995 and assured the Government’s support in promoting and marketing Fiji as a tourism and investment destination.

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Korean Air committed to Fiji

June 15, 2014 7:00 pm

The Republic of Korea’s national airline, Korean Air has committed to promoting Fiji as a friendly destination.

In a meeting with Fiji’s Ambassador to Korea Filimone Kau, Korean Air President Chi Chang-Hoon expressed the airline’s commitment to working with Fiji to attract more visitors.

Aside from the traditional Asian and European visitors who use Korean Air, the airline is exploring ways of bringing in new visitors from Russia, China, Mongolia and the Commonwealth of Independent States.

The ambassador in response said Fiji will be more than happy to assist Korean Air in its effort to expand its market base and attract more tourists to Fiji.

He added the Fijian Government was grateful that despite the challenging business environment, Korean Air was still committed to servicing the Nadi to Incheon route.

Korean Air has been servicing Fiji for 19 years with three weekly flights.