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Fiji Airways operates a modern fleet of Boeing 737s and Airbus A330s. The economy cabins on the Airbus features seat back video screens for on-demand entertainment. Programming consists of general interest programming, movies, TV shows and music. Complimentary programming is available on the 737 fleet with shared overhead screens which are located throughout the cabin. Guests may also peruse through the Fiji Airways in-flight magazine.

The economy cabins feature a modern look with inviting tones of brown and beige. Leg room, as measured by seat pitch, ranges from 29-32 inches on the 737s and 31-32 inches on the Airbus. A seat pitch of 31 inches and below may be cramped for taller guests.

Fiji Airways provides a complimentary meal and beverage service on its international flights to and from Australia, New Zealand, Honk Kong and the USA. Flights to the surrounding islands may provide a snack depending on flight time. Meals on most international flights consist of a hot main, salad and dessert.  

Fiji Airways Economy Class cabin

Business Class

The private business class cabins offer a sumptuous level of comfort. The 737 fleet offers a wide recliner seat with footrests and enhanced leg room and recline. The widebody Airbus fleet features the most modern business class seat in a 2 x 2 x 2 layout. The seats are within a privacy shell which prevents intrusive recline into the space of other passengers. The seat may be positioned in many ways with electronic controls and extends out to a fully lie-flat bed. There is ample personal storage space at each seat as well.

Audio and video entertainment is broadcast on personal TV screens for on-demand enjoyment. Each seat features its own USB port and power outlet for continuous use of personal mobile and electronic devices.

Meals are of restaurant quality, individually plated and served on real china with cutlery and glassware completing the elegant table setting. 

Fiji Airways Business Class cabin

Carry-on Baggage

International carry-on baggage limits may vary depending on routing and class flown. With the exception of flights to Honolulu, economy guests are permitted one piece of cabin luggage no greater than 7kg (15lbs). Business Class guests are allowed two items at 7kg (15lbs) each. On flights to Honolulu, guests regardless of class of service are only permitted one 7kg item of cabin luggage. Cabin bags may not exceed the linear dimensions (L+W+H) of 115 cm (45 inches).

Always pack your passport, cash, business documents, laptop and medications in your carry-on.


Carry On Baggage


Checked Baggage

The combined weight allowance for economy class guests is 23kg (50lbs). Business class guests may check in up to 30kg (66lbs) of baggage free of charge. Infants under the age of 2 are allowed 10kg of checked luggage plus a stroller. For flights to Honolulu, weight allowances are the same, but restricted to just one piece of luggage per person.

Any piece that weighs more than 30kg will be required to be shipped by freight.

Avoid packing anything breakable or valuable in checked baggage as items may get damaged or lost. 


Checked Baggage

Sporting Equipment and Musical Instruments

Any item within the size and weight limitations may be included as part of the guest’s free baggage allowance. Items outside these standards will be treated as overweight and/or bulky baggage. Rates and fees vary depending on the destination as shown in the chart below. Be sure to check with your Flight Centre consultant for specific allowances and procedures for carriage.

Bulky baggage chart

Restricted or Dangerous Goods

Dangerous items such as weapons, explosives and flammable materials are not allowed in the cabin or in checked luggage. Other restricted items include toxins, petrol powered machinery, certain types of batteries, paints and other harmful chemicals. Liquids and gels taken as part of cabin luggage must be in containers that are 100mL or less. These items must be presented for security checks in a clear, sealable plastic bag. 

If you're concerned about an item, check with your consultant before you leave home so your goods are not confiscated.


Fiji Airways requires passengers on international flights to check in between 1 and 3 hours before departure time at the Fiji Airways ticket counter. Check-in for flights closes 1 hour prior to scheduled departure time.

Check-in times for domestic Fiji flights is 90 minutes. Cut off time for check-in is 30 minutes before scheduled departure.

International Check-in Guide

at home
  • Know what time you need to leave the house to get to the airport
  • Pack your things, check out our baggage guide
  • Have your flight itinerary ready
  • Ensure you have your valid passport ready
Getting there
  • Be at the airport at least

    120 minutes

    prior to scheduled departure time

At the airport
  • Proceed to check-in counter with passport and itinerary ready
  • Go through security
  • Continue through customs
  • Check the gate number and flight status
  • Sit down and get comfy!


A comfortable and relaxing space away from the busy gate areas, the Tabua Club Lounge at Nadi International Airport provides a peaceful atmosphere where guests can rest or work. Lounge access is open to Tabua Club members and daily guest passes may be purchased subject to space and availability. Qantas Club lounges in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne are open to Tabua Club members. 

Tabua Club

Membership in the Fiji Airways Tabua Club may be purchased for a set price. Mileage points can then be accrued for Fiji Airways and partner airlines’ flights. Discounts apply for partner and corporate membership. In addition to free flights, other benefits include priority check-in, an upgraded luggage allowance, business class upgrade credits and use of select lounges in Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong and Los Angeles.


Fiji Airways operates the Airbus A330-200 on international flights to Hong Kong and the USA as well as some Australia ports. All other international services are operated with Next Generation 737-700 and 800 series aircraft. Your Flight Centre consultant can tell you what aircraft is scheduled to operate on your flight, however airlines do reserve the right to substitute equipment if needed.

Boeing 737-800 

Boeing 737 seat map

Airbus A330-200

Airbus A330 seat map