Fiji’s Air Pacific has ordered three Airbus A330s for its fleet renewal program after it canceled its order for eight Boeing 787s in April.
Computer-generated drawing of A330-200 in Air Pacific livery. Courtesy, Airbus Fiji’s Air Pacific has ordered three Airbus A330s for its fleet renewal program after it canceled its order for eight Boeing 787s in April (ATW Daily News, April 15). Orders for five Dreamliners were initially placed in 2006 and three more were placed in 2008 (ATW Daily News, Jan. 16, 2008). The A330-200s will be delivered in 2013 and operated from Fiji on transpacific routes to Los Angeles, ...
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