Flight Destinations in Fiji
Fiji might be home to 333 islands, but sailing or taking a cargo ship to these islands simply isn’t for everyone. If you want to get out and explore the “real Fiji”, discover remote outer islands, but don’t want to take forever doing it, then taking a domestic flight, island transfer or charter flight is the best option. Take a look at which destinations and islands you can fly to in Fiji in this guide to flights in Fiji!
For more reading, head to the Guide to Flying Around Fiji.
The Airports in Fiji
Fiji has a wide array of airports, which much of the time are better described “airstrips” rather than airports. Plus, most of the airstrips have grass runways! Nevertheless, the airports are a good indication of where you can fly to in Fiji on a domestic flight or a private charter flight.
The airports in Fiji include:
- Nadi International Airport
- Nausori International Airport (Suva)
- Cicia Airport (Lau Islands)
- Vunisea Airport (Kadavu)
- Koro Airport (Lomaiviti Islands)
- Labasa Airport (Vanua Levu)
- Lakeba Airport (Lau Islands)
- Rotuma Airport
- Savusavu Airport (Vanua Levu)
- Matei Airport (Taveuni)
- Vanuabalavu Airport (Lau Islands)
- Moala Airport (Lau Islands)
- Levuka Airfield (Lomaiviti Islands)
However, flights at also available to the Mamanuca Islands, Yasawa Islands and several regions across Viti Levu. See the “Island Transfers & Charter Flights” section below for more details.
Domestic Flight Destinations
There are two main domestic flight carriers in Fiji: Fiji Airways (otherwise known as Fiji Link) and Northern Air. These flights fly from airport to airport, offering cheaper rates than what’s available with charter flights (see the section below).
Fiji Airways Destinations
Fiji Airways offers inter-island flights between Nadi Airport and the following destinations:
And between Suva and the following destinations:
Northern Air Destinations
Northern Air offers inter-island flights between Suva and Nadi to the following destinations:
Island Transfers & Charter Flight Destinations
Small plane, seaplane and helicopter operators are also available for flights taking passengers as close to their resorts as possible. While this is often more expensive than taking a domestic flight, many island transfers and charter flight are much more convenient taking passengers directly to resorts in island groups not serviced by domestic flights.
Helicopter transfers provide a flexible airport-to-door service on the islands of Fiji. However, passengers need to note the weight and baggage allowance for helicopter flights. Find out more in Where to Hire a Helicopter in Fiji.
Islands Hoppers Fiji transfers passengers between Nadi Airport and resorts in the Mamanuca Islands, Yasawa Islands, Denarau, the Coral Coast, the Suncoast and the Pacific Harbour and Beqa.
Heli-Tours Fiji transfers passengers between Nadi Airport and resorts in the Mamanuca Islands, Yasawa Islands, the Coral Coast and the Pacific Harbour and Beqa.
Pacific Island Air transfers passengers between Nadi Airport or the Denarau Helipad to resort on the Mamanuca Islands, Yasawa Islands, the Coral Coast, Pacific Harbour & Beqa, the Suncoast and Vanua Levu.
Plane & Seaplane Destinations
Planes and seaplanes are also available for island transfers in Fiji. While planes can only land where there is an airstrip or an airport, seaplanes tend to have more flexible destinations.
Island Hoppers Fiji offers fixed-wing charter flights between Nadi Airport and Malolo Island in the Mamanuca Islands, the Pacific Harbour, Savusavu Airport on Vanua Levu, Matei Airport on Taveuni, Nausori Airport in Suva and on Kadavu island.
Pacific Island Air offers both plane and seaplane flights between Nadi Airport and the Mamanuca Islands, the Yasawa Islands, along the Suncoast, Vanua Levu, Taveuni, the Pacific Harbour and Kadavu.
Turtle Airways offers seaplane flights between Wailoaloa Beach in Nadi and the Mamanuca Islands and the Yasawa Islands.
Learn more about taking a plane in Fiji in Where to Hire a Plane or Seaplane in Fiji.