BOOKING for those wishing to travel between Solomon Islands and Fiji can now be accessed.
This followed announcement by Solomon Airlines last week and Fiji Airways agent Guadalcanal Travel Solomons (GTS) yesterday.
“Solomon Airlines has also resumed their Fiji Airways operated code-share service between Honiara and Nadi on Saturdays from 2 July
2022,” Solomon Airlines said on Friday.
Solomon Airlines CEO Brett Gebers said the national carrier was ‘edging back towards normal flying’ adjusting as swiftly as possible to changed
“We anticipate being in a position to expand our network further including adding our own weekly service to Fiji as soon as the next travel advisory is released, which is expected to reduce quarantine to 3 days,” Mr. Gebers said.
In a public announcement yesterday Guadalcanal Travel Solomons confirmed the resumption of Fiji Airways weekly services between Honiara from
“Fiji Airways operating services for the Pacific Islands in July 2022. Happy traveling,” the statement said.
Other countries which Fiji Airways will resume services to include; Vanuatu, Samoa and others.
The announcement came as Solomon Islands prepares to reopen its international borders on 1st July.
All COVID-19 protocols are expected to be applied when doing the booking and traveling to the destination.
Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare late last month officially declared the easing of traveling restrictions and ordered the revocation of the State
of Public Emergency (SoPE).
With resumption of international traveling soon to become available as of next month many locals are excited to travel overseas for a break.
Meanwhile, local tourism operators are excited about the opening of the border.
The Nadi route is important for the country to allow overseas guests from other pacific island countries and the United States to travel
By MOFFAT MAMU