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Tourist Transport Fiji Bring New Fleet

Tourist Transport Fiji Bring New Fleet
Minster for Industry, Trade and Tourism Faiyaz Siddiq Koya (fifth from left) with Group general manager Brad Rutherford (sixth from left) and staff of TTF with their new uniforms at the Novotel Nadi yesterday. Photo: Luke Nacei
October 08
10:13 2015

In bid to continue providing the best service, Tourist Transport Fiji unveiled six brand new luxury coaches yesterday.

The investment is close to $2 million and will provide tour services to Suva, Lautoka and Denarau.

Group general manager Brad Rutherford said they have unveiled another new era in Fiji Tourist Transportation sector.

Mr Rutherford said: “I am pleased to present Fiji’s first VIP executive coach.

“This coach is fitted with 28 business class seats and luxury finishing for unmatched and unrivalled level of comfort and space.

“The new coaches themselves will carry their first paying customers this coming Saturday as ATS Pacific and TTF welcomes two cruise ships at the Suva port.”


Government appreciation

The coaches were unveiled by the minister for Industry, Trade and Tourism Faiyaz Siddiq Koya.

Mr Koya said he appreciated the commitment and vision that the company has for the Fijian tourism.

He said: “TTF has not only invested in the economy but has also set high standards of service delivery in the industry.

“Transportation is an integral part of tourism and has two main functions in this area, the mean of tourists’ displacement from origin to destination and attractions and services to the tourist.”


Future plans

Mr Rutherford said their vision which will see another four coaches of similar size.

He added this is including another VIP executive coach built to arrive within the next three months followed by an array of mini business and mini vans by mid 2016.

“By the end of this project TTF will have acquired 35 new units in less than 12 months,” he said.


New Logo

Alongside the unveiling yesterday TTF has launched their new logo.

It consists of a Fijian icon the flower shell.

Mr Koya said: “This significant element was selected to replace the palm motif that the coaches had been sporting since 2008.

“The new design of coaches also signifies TTF’s commitment to growing its operation by incorporating innovative ideas.”


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