Qantas and Jetstar have confirmed direct flights from Sydney to Fiji will take off from mid-December, as the Fijian Government today announced the country’s reopening plan for Australian travelers.
With five weekly Jetstar flights from 17 December, and four Qantas flights from 19 December, the airlines will initially offer more than 3,200 seats per week between Sydney and the popular South Pacific destination, with the potential to ramp up frequencies in 2022 if demand is strong.
Jetstar fares over the summer period start at $219 one way, and all-inclusive Qantas fares start at $358 one way.
As outlined by the Fijian Government, Australian travelers will be required to stay within their resort for 48 hours upon arrival and return a negative test, before being able to explore ‘safe travel areas’ across Fiji.
Returning Australians may be required to home quarantine for up to seven days on arrival into New South Wales, in accordance with the requirements from the Federal and New South Wales governments.
As previously indicated, all passengers on Qantas and Jetstar international flights will be required to return a negative PCR COVID test 72 hours prior to departure.
International flights remain subject to Government and Regulatory approval.
Under Qantas and Jetstar’s Fly Flexible policies, customers are able to change the date of their travel if their plans change (a fare difference may apply). Other flexible options may be available, check Qantas and JetstarOpens external site websites for further information.
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