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Mon, 14 May 2018

Fiji Airways Trials Cashless Transactions at Wellington and Christchurch Airports

Fiji Airways is testing cashless transactions at Wellington International Airport and Christchurch International Airport in New Zealand.

The trial, which started on Thursday, 10 May 2018, means the airline will no longer accept cash transactions for airport desk transactions including new ticket purchases, Business Class upgrades, lounge access, Extra Leg Room seats, Up Front seats, Quiet Zone and excess or oversized baggage fees.

Inside Fiji Airways' Airbus A330-200. Click to enlarge.

 Instead, Fiji Airways teams at Wellington and Christchurch Airports will accept all major international credit and debit cards or New Zealand EFTPOS cards for these payments.

Fiji Airways currently operates 15 flights a week between New Zealand and Fiji, which includes three weekly services between Christchurch and Nadi, (flight time of under four hours). In addition, the airline offers a one-stop flight to Los Angeles, San Francisco and Singapore. Fiji Airways is also the only airline to offer child discounted airfares as well as a daily business class travel option directly from New Zealand to Fiji.

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