Cheap Airline Tickets Pacific Ocean Islands
Our comprehensive world airline directory helps you find the cheapest tickets to Pacific Ocean Islands by going direct to the flight operator.
Cut out the middle-man and seek out great low cost flights to your destination in the Pacific Ocean Islands.
International Airline Directory of Cheap Pacific Ocean Islands Airline Tickets
- Air Pacific
Air Pacific is the national carrier of Fiji with headquarters based at Nadi International Airport. The airline began operations in 1951, known then as Fiji Airways and it was not until 1983 that the airline changed the brand name to Air Pacific. The Fiji Government owns the majority share in the company, which made good profits in the early years. In 2007, Air Pacific decided to acquire the airline Sun Air, to increase the domestic routes available, under their new airline brand name Pacific Sun. In recent years there have been difficult financial times for Air Pacific, due to the rising cost of fuel and also competition from other carriers. With the introduction of new planes in 2013, there are plans to change the brand name back to Fiji Airways. At the 2012 Skytrax World Airline Awards, held in the UK, Air Pacific was rated the fifth Best Australia/Pacific Regional Airline.
Air Pacific is considered a 3 star airline with a small aircraft fleet of 6 planes and travelling to 17 destinations. The safety record of the airline is good with no incidents or accidents recorded to date. The cabin service and conditions are good. Inflight entertainment is also good with video options available. Catering does not score as high. There are two categories of ticket available on flights - Business and Economy Class. The airline's website is user friendly and easy to make a flight booking.
Air Pacific, although a small airline provides travellers in the Pacific Ocean Region with good air travel access to the smaller Pacific islands and also to the popular large city destinations of this region.
- Hawaiian Airlines
Hawaiian Airlines is the flag carrier and largest airline of Hawaii, with headquarters based in Honolulu. The airline began operating in 1929, being known then as Island Airways. With the introduction of new planes in 1941, the brand name was changed to Hawaiian Airlines. The airline grew in size,increasing the aircraft fleet to deal with the surge of passengers until 2003,when Hawaiian Airlines faced financial difficulties. Overcoming these financial pressures the airline has now become profitable, having taken restructuring and other necessary measures. At the 2012 Skytrax World Airline Awards,held in the UK, Hawaiian Airlines was rated the fourth Best North American International Airline.
Hawaiian Airlines is considered a 3 star airline with an aircraft fleet of 43 planes ( Nov 2010 ) and travelling to 22 destinations. The safety record of the airline is very good with no fatalities or hull loss recorded to date. The cabin service and conditions are a good standard. Inflight entertainment is also good with video options available. Catering is complimentary on flights and at a good standard. There are two categories of ticket available on flights - Business and Economy Class. The airline's website is user friendly and easy to make a flight booking.
Hawaiian Airlines provides travellers with a good standard of air travel for the Hawaiian domestic area and also the international cities at the edges of the Pacific Ocean and is worth comparing airline prices with the other carriers.
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Main Cities in the Pacific Ocean Islands
Make the most of your trip abroad by visiting one or all of the the Pacific Ocean Islands's major cities and sampling local life, food, drink and events.
We have compiled city guides for some of the top destinations world-wide to help you make the most of your time in the Pacific Ocean Islands.
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