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Airline expands on-board passenger experience

By ROPATE VALEMEI
Tuesday, September 02, 2014

Update: 12:20PM FIJI'S national airline, Fiji Airways has unveiled the latest suite of changes to its on-board passenger experience.

This includes a new signature dish designed by renowned Fiji-based Chef, Lance Seeto, as part of the refreshed Business Class dining experience.

Fiji Airways says these experience enhancements have been introduced onboard all international flights from yesterday.

Also launched is the new Lomalagi Inflight Duty Free shopping which allows world-class inflight retail with well-known international as well as Fijian brands.

An Inflight Magazine, FijiTime, has also been redeveloped to include inspirational destination stories and striking imagery to inspire all traveller types. 








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