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  • Fiji rule change to curb Qantas's control of Air Pacific


    The government of Fiji has passed a new law that allows it to take greater operational control of the nation's international carrier, Air Pacific, and ts...


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  • PICTURE: Pacific Sun becomes Fiji Link


    Fiji Airways has commenced the rebranding of its regional unit Pacific Sun to Fiji Link with the delivery of its first...


  • Fiji's Air Pacific to get change of CEO


    Air Pacific's CEO, John Campbell, plans to leave the Fijian national carrier when his contract expires June next year. ...


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  • PICTURE: Pacific Sun becomes Fiji Link

    News | 09 Jun 2014 02:26 | Ellis Taylor

    Fiji Airways has commenced the rebranding of its regional unit Pacific Sun to Fiji Link with the delivery of its first ATR 72-600.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/PICTURE-Pacific-Sun-becomes-Fiji-Link-400187/
  • Fiji rule change to curb Qantas's control of Air Pacific

    News | 28 Mar 2012 03:51 | Greg Waldron

    The government of Fiji has passed a new law that allows it to take greater operational control of the nation's international carrier, Air Pacific, and ts...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Fiji-rule-change-to-curb-Qantass-control-of-Air-Pacific-370029/
  • Fiji's Air Pacific to get change of CEO

    News | 05 May 2009 02:36 | Leithen Francis

    Air Pacific's CEO, John Campbell, plans to leave the Fijian national carrier when his contract expires June next year. Campbell says he has decided...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Fijis-Air-Pacific-to-get-change-of-CEO-326023/
  • Suitors fly close to Sun

    News | 30 Apr 1997 23:00

    <p>Privatisation has become a bit of a buzz word among Africa's airlines recently and, while some plans should be treated with healthy scepticism, the search for foreign and local investors for South African domestic operator Sun-Air should prove less difficult. </p> <p>The first stage of the full privatisation of Sun Air was due for completion in mid-April when advisor Natwest Markets and South African affiliate BOE Natwest were expecting initial expressions of interest. Adrian Williams, director corporate finance at Natwest, says the most likely outcome would see a consortium, made up of a foreign carrier and local investors, buy the bulk of the airline with the rest of the equity going to employees and a government asset management fund. The government is expected to draw up a shortlist and call for final offers in June. </p> <p>Williams adds that moves are underway to raise the foreign ownership limit to 49 per cent from 25 per cent and says he has spoken to a number of carriershttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Suitors-fly-close-to-Sun-1999/