TechInPacific – The partnership between Fiji Airports and Fiji Airways is ending a few days from now, precisely at 28 Feb, Fiji Airways’ company chairman Hasmukh Patel said.
The partnership was first announced in July last year by former attorney, General Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum during the 2022-2023 budget coverage.
Patel noted that both organizations are looking for new business models following the discontinuation, and cherished the almost one-year collaboration.
“We appreciate the support of Fiji Airways over the past several months and we are excited to build on the strong and collaborative relationship we created since we formed this partnership.
“I have no doubt that the future of aviation in Fiji is bright, and we look forward to working closely with Fiji Airways and all our aviation partners, to ensure our infrastructure plans and service levels meet the expectations of all.”
Mr Patel also declared that current CEO of Fiji Airports, Rowan Chalmers, is leaving the business and that job posting was put out last weekend.
Source: Fiji Times