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Fiji Airways Announces New Cargo Interline Deals.

New York (USAsian Network Business & Industry News) Mon, Apr 14, 2014 - Fiji Airways, Fijias National Airline announced new interline cargo agreements with five other airlines today for the carriage of freight to and from Fiji to numerous cities in Asia, Europe, the Middle East and the United States. The new agreements are part of the Fiji Airways strategy to enhance airline partnerships across its passenger and freight business, and to allow Fijian exporters to realise new markets abroad.

The new interline partners are Korean Air, Hawaiian Airlines, Etihad Airways, Malaysia Airlines and Hong Kong Airlines. Stefan Pichler, Fiji Airwaysa Managing Director and CEO comments: aWeare always on the lookout for new partnerships which enhance our network and position Fiji Airways and put Fiji as a great country on the map of international aviation business. Iam pleased that we were able to sign up those new interline deals, as they open up export opportunities for Fijian exporters, and also provide further Fiji businesses new opportunities for importing products.a Fiji Airways will provide its new partners with cargo feeds from 34 of its flights, and in return will be able to link up to 47 new international flights.

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