AIR PACIFIC TO END OSAKA FLIGHTS, BEGIN HONOLULU SERVICE

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SUVA, Fiji (September 10, 1997 - PACNEWS)---Fiji's national airline, Air Pacific, has confirmed that it intends to stop flying its Boeing 767 to Osaka, Japan later this year, so the aircraft can be used on planned new service between Nadi and Honolulu.

The airline's chief executive, Andrew Drysdale, says Air Pacific will continue to book passengers for Osaka, however, by buying seats on Air New Zealand planes departing from Nadi. At the same time, Air New Zealand will cease flying the Nadi - Tokyo route and buy seats on Air Pacific's planes.

Drysdale both the airlines are awaiting approval by the Japanese government for the proposed changes is service between Fiji and Japan.

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