Fiji Airways is entering a codeshare agreement with Hong Kong Airlines to attract more travellers from Asia in the future.
The agreement with Hong Kong Airlines would see the Fijian national carrier place its ‘FJ’ code on Hong Kong Airlines’ services between Hong Kong and Bangkok, Tokyo and Osaka. This will enable travellers from these cities to travel to Fiji on a single ticket, transiting at Hong Kong International Airport.
In return, Hong Kong Airlines will place its ‘HX’ code on Fiji Airways’ direct Nadi-Hong Kong and Nadi-Auckland flights.
Andre Viljoen, Managing Director & CEO, Fiji Airways, said that they are delighted to have an excellent partner for airlines. The collaboration with Hong Kong Airlines will help expand their footprint in Northeast Asia and is a key part of the growth and presence in the region, he said.
The codeshare agreement will allow through check-in of customers and their luggage all the way to their final destinations, offering convenient transit options in Hong Kong and Nadi.