Fiji Airways sale is offering up to 45% off flights to Fiji and the USA
Unwind on pristine Fijian beaches with this latest flight sale.
Catch yourself on the cheapest fares flying from Sydney or Brisbane to Fiji from $599 return. You can also fly out from Melbourne to Nadi from $669 return.
The travel dates extend from 7 February to 30 November 2020. Specific dates may apply depending on when you want to fly.
Want to make this a family holiday? Child fares start from $309 return from Sydney to Nadi and $729 return from Sydney to Los Angeles.
If the USA has caught your eye then flights start from $999 return taking off from Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne. These airfares go via Fiji and Los Angeles.
After doing some digging, we found cheaper airfares via Skyscanner. To ensure you're getting the best price for your Fijian or American escape, we recommend checking before you book.
This offer isn't around for long, you have until 17 January 2020 to make the most of these prices unless sold out prior.
How good are these fares?
- Price: Okay. These fares aren't the best we've seen from Fiji Airways as it's previously dropped USA prices to $729 return. But any flight to America under $1,000 is saving you big dollars.
- Airline: Great. Fiji Airways is a full-service airline. This means that checked baggage, in-flight meals and entertainment are included in your airfare.
- Travel time: Good. All flights to Fiji are direct and airfares to the USA include a stop in Nadi. Connection times may vary from flight to flight.
- Weather: Great. Fiji is best to visit in October to November, temperatures will be high (perfect for relaxing by the beach) and the wet season wouldn't have started. The weather across the USA is varied, but Los Angeles is most ideal in March to May as it's off-season.
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