Travel Agents may want to pre-warn their clients to have a credit card handy at the gateway if they want to purchase last minute upgrades or lounge access through Fiji Airways.

Commencing 15 October 2018, Fiji Airways will only accept cash-free transactions for airport desk operations.

Which means, if your clients want to purchase new tickets, upgrades, lounge access, extra leg room seats, up-front seats or baggage fees, they’ll either need to do it in advance through you or pay with a bank card.


Cashless transactions will be applicable at Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbae and Adelaide Airport. Major international credit and debit cards or Australian EFTPOS cards will be accepted for any payments.

Fiji Airways flies twice daily from Sydney, daily from Melbourne and Brisbane, and twice a week from Adelaide, plus once a week from Sydney to Suva direct. In addition, it’s an easy, convenient one-stop flight onwards to Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Honolulu.


Click here for more information on Fiji Airways’ cashless transactions.


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