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Fiji Airports’ Air Service Charges Extended

FCCC Chief Executive officer Joel Abraham said: “Against the backdrop of the recent reopening of Fiji’s international and domestic borders, there is a need to ensure that airports continue to provide access to national and international services and infrastructure that meet a broad range of needs and expectations.”
06 Jan 2022 11:30
Fiji Airports’ Air Service Charges Extended
Jetstar Airbus A320 at Nadi International Airport last month. Photo: Fiji Airports/Facebook

The Fijian Competition and Consumer Commission (FCCC) has authorised the extension of the existing Air Navigation Service Charges for Fiji Airports, effective from January 1, 2022 to 23 June 2022.

Civil Aviation Services is declared a regulated industry under Section 4 of the FCCC Act 2010 and as such, the FCCC authorises the prices for aeronautical services provided by Fiji Airports.

 

Why Charges Remain
Commission chief executive officer Joel Abraham said: “Against the backdrop of the recent reopening of Fiji’s international and domestic borders, there is a need to ensure that airports continue to provide access to national and international services and infrastructure that meet a broad range of needs and expectations.”

 

The maximum authorised Enroute Service Unit Fee applicable to airline companies is FJD $3.45 (VEP) for domestic travel, and FJD $9.51 (VEP) for international travel.

No new maximum prices pertaining to Air Navigation Service Charges levied by Fiji Airports in Fiji shall be applied or charged unless authorised by the FCCC.
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