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New Sales, New Look at Fiji Airways

MARAIA VULA suva Fiji Airways Suva branch has undergone a new phase with new sales, marketing approach and a new team. The branch has transitioned into this especially for its
09 Aug 2014 10:14

From left: Micheal Galvin,Kerry -Lee Dewing,Regional general manager Fiji Airways, Robert Rounds,Sam Beinkall and Ria Vandervus during the Fiji Airways cocktail at Holiday Inn on Thursday night. Photo: RAMA

MARAIA VULA
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Fiji Airways Suva branch has undergone a new phase with new sales, marketing approach and a new team.
The branch has transitioned into this especially for its corporate clients.
Sharon Jang, who was previously the Suva branch manager, now leads an exciting challenge as manager reservations responsible for all Fiji Airways reservation/operation centres.
Christopher Dalton is now one month into Ms Jang’s former role as branch manager. Regional general manager responsible for Fiji and the Pacific Islands Robert Rounds said: “We thank the Suva sales team who are professional, talented people.
“They’re also our cornerstone for our corporate business.”
This was announced when Fiji Airways hosted four Shortland Street television series actors and actresses at a cocktail event at the Holiday Inn Suva on Thursday night.
Michael Gavin, Sam Bunkall, actresses, Ria Vandervis and Kerry-lee Dewing arrived in the country on Monday an episode in various parts of the country.
“We at Fiji Airways are all about putting Fiji on the global map. Your work here this week helps a lot as it promotes our beautiful country and our amazing people,” Mr Rounds said.
Mr Rounds was echoing the words of Fiji Airways chief executive Stefan Pichler who was away to shoot at an industry conference in Sydney and could not attend the event.
“We are more than just sand sea and surf. As we are genuinely, authentic culture and we love welcoming our guests to Fiji.
“Fijians have had along association to New Zealanders in fact our airline is the second longest serving international airline to Auckland.”
Michael Gavin who plays Dr Chris Warner was happy to be back in Fiji after 10 years.
“I don’t have any international holidays to tell you the truth. But the last time I visited Fiji was when Shortland Street was shooting here 10 years ago.”
Feedback: Maraia.vula@fijisun.com.fj




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