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Fiji Airways On Time Performance Meets Target

After two months of below-target on-time performance, Fiji Airways jumped up to 84.7 per cent in August from the 77.3 per in July and 79 per cent in June. Fiji
15 Sep 2014 10:41
Fiji Airways On Time Performance Meets Target
From left: Papua New Guinea Prime Minister James Marape, Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama and the late Tongan Prime Minister, ‘Akilisi Pohiva, at the Pacific Islands Forum meeting in Tuvalu last month.

After two months of below-target on-time performance, Fiji Airways jumped up to 84.7 per cent in August from the 77.3 per in July and 79 per cent in June.

Fiji Airways managing director/chief executive, Stefan Pichler, said the airline team did well to improve on-time performance back to above-industry standards.

“After two months with an on-time performance below our target, I’m happy Fiji Airways turned it in around in August,” he said.

“Keeping on-time performance continuously above 80 per cent is a key objective for our teams and I’m hopeful that we will improve it even further in the months ahead.”

Fiji Link continued to its fine on-time performance, recording 96.1 per cent in August, compared to 95 per cent in July and 92.98 per cent for June.

This is the best on-time performance for the Fiji Airways subsidiary this year.

Fiji Link’s average on-time performance in 2014 is above 94 per cent.

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