Air Pacific has closed financing of its second Airbus A330-200 with KfW IPEX-Bank and Helaba, jointly arranging a European export credit agencies (ECA) facility.
The aircraft (MSN 1416) follows the delivery of another A330-200 (MSN 1394) in March.
Under the financing, both banks are jointly arrangers of the facility and co-debt providers. KfW IPEX-Bank is the facility agent.
The aircraft is the second of the three ordered by the airline in October 2011 and covered under the ECA-supported facility. Delivery of the remaining aircraft is scheduled for November.
The A330s will replace the carrier's two Boeing 747-400s, which will be returned to their lessors by the end of the year.
Air Pacific will re-launch as "Fiji Airways" next month. The aircraft are being delivered in Fiji Airways livery as part of a rebranding in which Air Pacific will assume the new name and visual identity in June.