Getting to Fiji
Fiji - closer than you think
Flights from around the world land at Nadi – Fiji’s international gateway to the islands – on the main island of Vitu Levu.
Fiji is well served by major international airlines, including Fiji’s own airline Air Pacific. Regular scheduled services operate from North America, United Kingdom and Continental Europe, Hong Kong and from Australia and New Zealand in the south.
Other airlines servicing Fiji include Air New Zealand, Continental Airlines, Jetstar, Korean Airlines, Pacific Blue and V Australia. Talk to your travel agent or visit the airline websites for special packages to Fiji.
Approximate flying times to Nadi, Fiji
Sydney - 3.5 hours; Melbourne – 5 hours; Brisbane – 3 hours
Auckland - 3 hours
Los Angeles - 10 hours
Hawaii – 6 hours
Vancouver via Honolulu – 12 hours
Seoul (Korea) – 10.5 hours
Hong Kong - 10 hours
There are a number of flights from the U.K and Europe via Los Angeles, Hong Kong and Seoul. Fiji is also a popular stopover for travellers heading out of Australia or New Zealand on the Pacific Route to USA and Europe.
Castaway Island (Qalito Island in Fijian) is the star in the Mamanuca Group of islands approximately thirty kilometers (or 18 miles) from Nadi International airport on Fiji’s main island of Viti Levu.
Getting to Castaway Island, Fiji: it’s easy and fun by boat, seaplane or helicopter.