October 19, 2011

Air Pacific glosses over delayed LA flight mess

Tourism operators in Nadi were sent into a tailspin as Air Pacific's sudden delayed LA flight last night sent them all into a frenzy of accomodation bookings for all passengers who were grounded.

In what looks to be growing inefficiencies within "Air Treason", the illegal and treasonous CEO Dave Pfielger propped up by his new propaganda person no less, takes it upon himself to spin the gloss about a new aircraft arrival with no mention at all of the disgruntled passengers who were greatly inconvenienced by the delay of their flight to LA.

It is understood that the delayed flight will now depart this morning while many tourism operators of hotels and transport revelled in the sudden spike to business, inflated naturally by hiked prices at Air Pacific's cost.
New Air Pacific plane arrives
Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Air Pacific’s latest aircraft arrived into the country earlier this afternoon.

The airline last bought a new aircraft in 2003.

Air Pacific CEO Dave Pflieger says buying the Boeing 737-800 aeroplane is part of the changes the company is trying to implement.

“Its a very cost effective solutiuon in addition to our fleet and particular with respect to fuel burn."

Acting Prime Minister and Minister for Civil Aviation Aiyaz Sayed- Khaiyum says these changes are being made at Air Pacific for the betterment of the airline.

“As Dave has said there are a number of changes that have taken plane at Air Pacific the Bainimarama Government is extremely supportive of the change that are taking place because we have a long term view and long term vision as to how Fiji needs to position itself”.

The aircraft has been named after the Mamanuca Islands and was manufactured in June last year.

Report by: Christopher Chand

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