Fiji Airways, bolstered by record profits in 2014, is preparing to expand its fleet and network this year, adding a fourth Airbus A330 and a fourth Boeing 737-800. Fiji said it is analyzing an Asian route, will add a Nadi-Wellington service in June, and will boost frequencies on existing routes with the added capacity, the carrier said in a recent 2014 earnings presentation. Former airline CEO Stefan Pichler told ATW last year that the fourth A330 would probably be added in late 2015 or ...

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