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Airline announces changes to onboard experience

Friday, June 20, 2014

Update: 1:00PM FIJI Airways has launched refreshing changes to its onboard products including a complete overhaul of its economy class meals, business class dining, inflight entertainment, inflight duty free and inflight magazine.

Managing director and CEO Stefan Pichler says addressing their inflight experience, especially in catering, has been a key priority as they continue to make headway towards their goal of becoming a leading global boutique airline.

The airline had also removed its previous boxed-presentation concept and most of the burger and wrap selections as it introduced tray service with hot meals.

Changes to catering for all international flights in economy class would come into effect today while business class changes would take effect on September 1.

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