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Airport Info: (679) 672 5777 ext:6117/6158
Airport Operations: (679) 672 5777 ext:6487/6113
Customer Services: (679) 672 5777 ext:6158/6117/6487

For lost baggage/mishandled bags please contact Air Terminal Services;

Tel: (679) 672 2777 ext 2417/2473/2406 | Mob: (679) 9922 017 | Fax: (679) 672 9999 | Email: |

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Fiji Airports is responsible for the operation of 15 public airports in the Fiji Islands. These include two international airports; Nadi International Airport – Fiji’s main international gateway and Nausori Airport – Fiji’s domestic hub and 13 outer island airports.

Fiji Airports also provides air traffic management (ATM) in the Nadi Flight Information Region (NFIR).This includes the airspace of Fiji, Tuvalu, New Caledonia, Kiribati and Vanuatu covering an area of six million square kilometres (6,000,000 km2).

Fiji Airports is a fully owned Government Commercial Company (GCC) that was established in April 1999. It came into existence as a result of the re-organisation of the Civil Aviation Authority of Fiji (CAAF) into separate commercial and regulatory authorities under the Public Enterprise Act, 1996.

Fiji Airports establishment was part of an overall Government policy to ensure that government entities were more efficient, productive, and accountable, better organised and more focused on commercial activities and profitability. The outer island airports are operated as part of Fiji Airports social obligation.

Fiji Airports has a dual reporting system where it reports to the minister for Public Enterprise on its commercial performance and to the Minister for Civil Aviation on matters related to policies that govern the aviation industry.

The Public Enterprise Act requires Fiji Airports to carry out the business of:

  1. Operating, servicing and providing security to Fiji’s international, domestic and outer island airports;
  2. Managing air traffic services within the NFIR;
  3. Yielding a minimum return of 10 percent (10%) on the shareholders investment; and
  4. Investing in the development of airport and ATM facilities for current and future usages.

Fiji Airports staff continue to work from a $184 million fixed asset base spread across public airports located over the entire country.


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