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【2013/02/09 03:03】 Fijian Song | Trackback(1) | Comment(0)

      Sunny.   31°C High   Chance of rain: 20%   Wind: NW at 11 mph   Humidity: 70%   UV Index: 11 - Extreme   Sunrise: 06:01 am   Moonrise: --:-- pm    Moonset: 17:40 pm    Moonphase: Waning Crescen           Night Saturday, 09 February 2013   Mostly Clear.   22°C Low   Chance of rain: 10%   Wind: N at 6 mph    Humidity: 84%                   Sunday, 10 February 2013  Mostly sunny skies..   30°C High   Chance of rain: 10%   Wind: NW at 12 mph   Humidity: 69%   UV Index: 11 - Extreme   Sunrise: 06:02 am   Moonrise: --:-- pm    Moonset: 18:28 pm    Moonphase: New         Night Sunday,10 February 2013   Clear.   22°C Low   Chance of rain: 0%   Wind: NW at 5 mph    Humidity: 83%                     Weather Report for Nadi                              Nadi 天気予報


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Pflieger to leave Air Pacific in May

Air Pacific’s chief executive officer and managing director Dave Pflieger will leave the airline company in May this year.

Air Pacific chairman Nalin Patel said Pflieger has notified the board of directors of his decision to leave the airline and return to the US following the completion of his three year contract on May 1st.

Patel confirmed that the board will immediately begin the recruitment process for the airline’s next managing director and CEO.

At the board’s request, Pflieger will assist with the selection and help ensure a smooth and successful introduction of the airline’s new aircraft and Fiji Airways rebranding.

The first of the three wide-body A330s will arrive mid next month and Prime Minister Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama and Pflieger have gone to inspect the plane in France.

Pflieger said as Air Pacific prepares to fly as Fiji Airways with brand new planes, a strong profit and loss, and balance sheet positions, and international awards for being one of the best airlines in the world, it is clear the company now has a proven track record of success and an exciting future ahead.

During Pflieger’s three year tenure at Air Pacific, he restored the airline to profitability in just two years, reversing record operating losses of $12 million and $91 million to a $16 million profit.

Pflieger said the tremendous accomplishments have been realized over the past three years with the support of the board and the people who work for the airline.

Publish date/time: 08/02/2013 [16:59]

E-ticketing payment system for students being looked at

A different payment system may be worked out for school students as far as e-ticketing is concerned.

Permanent Secretary for Education Dr Brij Lal said they are working on a few things relating to school buses and will be meeting with the respective authorities next week.

Meanwhile, Land Transport Authority CEO Naisa Tuinaceva confirmed they have to await information from the Education Ministry on the system applicable to school students using bus fare tickets.

Publish date/time: 08/02/2013 [16:50]

Family shattered by homicide

The brother of a Fiji-born man who was doused in petrol and set alight on a roadside said his family was a “train wreck” following the traumatic incident in Auckland, New Zealand.

The body of Shalvin Prasad was found last Thursday after emergency services were called to a small scrub fire on the side of a road.

New Zealand media report he was burnt alive and had no other injuries.

Police today called a press conference as they piece together what happened to Prasad after he left his family home last Wednesday, then withdrew tens of thousands of dollars from ASB in Manukau.

Pravin Prasad said their lives have been shattered and it has torn them apart. Prasad, 21, lived at home with his parents, brother and sister in law.

Police today said an accelerant, most likely petrol, was used to set Prasad alight.

Detective Inspector Dave Lynch said police were canvassing service stations in the area in the hope of connecting a purchase with the homicide.

Publish date/time: 08/02/2013 [17:06]

Eighty hotel workers laid off

Close to eighty hotel workers of two resorts in the Mamanuca’s have been laid off after Cyclone Evan.

Staff of Bounty and Treasure Island were given their letters last month and the resorts managers say they’re unable to provide work due to Cyclone Evan.

Group General Manager Scott Walton says they are looking at re-employing the staff once rehabilitation work on the hotel is complete.

“We are working closely with the engineers and try and get the resort up and open as fast as we can and get their work back, one of the big thing we are working extremely hard we know how hard it is for the staff and their families.”

General Secretary of the National Union of Hotel and Catering Employees, Daniel Urai says the Union can’t do much since none of the workers from Bounty and Treasure Island resorts are members.

However he says they are concerned and they do want to help.

He has also confirmed that there are at least two other resorts facing the same situation – but the union has managed to negotiate a half pay system until these other resorts re-open.

As for Bounty and Treasure, there’s no saying when they will be open for business.

Publish date/time: 08/02/2013 [07:38]

Water thief fined

The Water Authority of Fiji has recorded its first successful conviction in the Suva Magistrates Court.

The accused, Ross Lumkon has been fined $1,000 after he pleaded guilty to one count of willful interference with an asset of the authority under the Water Authority Promulgation 2007.

The court heard that the Water Authority of Fiji had disconnected Lumkon’s water supply on October 29th last year for arrears of $47.93.

However a visit to the residence on October 31st found that Lumkon had reconnected the water supply using a hose pipe.

In sentencing, Magistrate Alipate Mataitini said there is a paramount need to safeguard the public and has given Lumkon until April 30th to pay the amount in full.

The Water Authority says it has 60 similar cases from the Central Eastern, Western and Northern regions.

Publish date/time: 08/02/2013 [17:05]

Rakiraki bridge to close, no longer safe

The Rakiraki Bridge on the Kings Road near Rakiraki will be closed permanently this week as authorities have declared that it is no longer safe to use.

Fiji Roads Authority’s chief executive officer Neil Cook said the bridge is now beyond repair and is also expected to be demolished with a new one to be built within six months.

Meanwhile, the Roads Authority has prepared a traffic management plan to minimize traffic impacts and delays while the bridge is closed.

A diversion plan for traffic is also being prepared for those using the Kings Road with motorists to travel on an alternative route.

Publish date/time: 08/02/2013 [16:47]

No drivers will be spared

The Land Transport Authority is warning drivers against assuming they won’t be caught if they drive through a red light or speed cameras.

LTA chief executive, Naisa Tuinaceva says their speed and red light cameras operation will start next month.

One speed and red light camera has been installed in Suva, while two other units are mobile.

Publish date/time: 08/02/2013 [17:04]


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Boeing 737-700_336                                                                                                                                                                          Boeing 737-800_395                                                                                     Boeing 747-400_706                                                                                                                                                                         Boeing 737-800_395                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Boeing 737-700_336                                                                                    Boeing 737-800_395                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Air Pacific(FJ/FJI/260) Boeing 737-800_395                                                                                     Air Pacific(FJ/FJI/260) Boeing 737-800_395                                                                                      Boeing 747-400_706

Today's International Arrivals & Departures at Nadi internationale Airport

Saturday, 09 February 2013 03:01:00 AM

Arrival Log

*STA: Scheduled Time Arrival | *ETA: Estimated Time Arrival | *B73H: Boeing 737-800 (Winglets) | *B73W: Boeing 737-700 (Winglets)

Flight NoAircraftRegisterSTAETAOriginGateRemarks
FJ811 / FJIB747-400DQ-FJK05:1505:34LAX  
FJ930 / FJIB737-800DQ-FJH06:0005:27MEL  
FJ914 / FJIB737-800DQ-FJG11:2511:05SYD  
SB330 / ACIA320-200H-OJSB11:55 NOU 
NZ56 / ANZB767-319ZK-NCJ13:0012:48AKL  
JQ119 / JSTA320-200VH-VQS14:0513:43SYD  
VA175 / VOZB737-800ZK-PBJ14:4014:27BNE  
FJ852 / FJIB737-800DQ-FJM15:0515:13HNL/APW 
FJ260 / FJIB737-700DQ-FJF15:3514:54HIR/VIL  
VA195 / VOZB737-800ZK-PBL15:4015:17MEL  
VA159 / VOZB737-800ZK-PBB16:1015:44SYD  
SB331 / ACIA320-200H-OJSB17:1016:47WLS 
FJ410 / FJIB747-400DQ-FJL17:2017:20AKL  
FJ910 / FJIB737-800DQ-FJH18:3018:09SYD  
IE702 / SOLA320-211H4-BUS19:30 HIR/VIL 10Nov12-30Spe13
FJ210 / FJIB737-700DQ-FJF20:4020:07TBU  

B747-400/DQ-FJK  B747-400/DQ-FJL  B737-700/DQ-FJF  B737-800/DQ-FJG  B73H/DQ-FJH  B737-800/DQ-FJM  ATR42-500/DQ-PSA  ATR42-500/DQ-PSB  Twin Otter/DQ-FIE  Islander/DQ-FCX


Departure Log

*STD: Scheduled Time Departure | *ETD: Estimated Time Departure | *B73H: Boeing 737-800 (Winglets) | *B73W: Boeing 737-700 (Winglets)

Flight NoAircraftRegister STDETDDest.GateRemarks
PX085 / ANGB737-700P2-PXD08:20 HIR/POM  
FJ391 / FJIB747-400DQ-FJK08:4008:07HKG  
FJ911 / FJIB737-800DQ-FJH09:00 SYD  /td>
FJ411 / FJIB747-400DQ-FJL10:00 AKL  
FJ261 / FJIB737-700DQ-FJF11:2511:26VLI/HIR  
SB330 / ACIA320-200H-OJSB12:50 WLS 
FJ915 / FJIB737-800DQ-FJG13:4013:39SYD  
NZ57 / ANZB767-319ZK-NCJ14:1514:09AKL  
JQ120 / JSTA320-200VH-VQS15:0515:09SYD  
VA176 / VOZB737-800ZK-PBJ15:3015:29BNE  
VA194 / VOZB737-800ZK-PBL16:4516:40MEL  
FJ211 / FJIB737-700DQ-FJF16:4516:47TBU  
VA156 / VOZB737-800ZK-PBB16:5516:55SYD  
SB331 / ACIA320-200H-OJSB18:00 NOU  
FJ933 / FJIB737-800DQ-FJM18:2518:33MEL  
FJ923 / FJIB737-800DQ-FJH20:40 BNE  ;
FJ810 / FJIB747-400DQ-FJL22:0022:10LAX  

B747-400/DQ-FJK  B747-400/DQ-FJL  B737-700/DQ-FJF  B737-800/DQ-FJG  B73H/DQ-FJH  B737-800/DQ-FJM  ATR42-500/DQ-PSA  ATR42-500/DQ-PSB  Twin Otter/DQ-FIE  Islander/DQ-FCX

Boeing 737-800_395                        

List of airports by IATA code and ICAO code
IATA ICAO Airport name Location served  Country Other
AKL NZAA AucklandAirport Mangere, New Zealand
APW NSFA Faleolo International Airport Apia, Upolu Island, Samoa
BNE YBBN Brisbane Airport Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
CHC NZCH Christchurch International Airport Christchurch, New Zealand
CXI PLCH Cassidy International Airport Christmas Island,Kiribati
FUN NGFU Funafuti International Airport Funafuti, Tuvalu
HIR AGGH Honiara International Airport Guadalcanal Island, Solomon Islands
HKG VHHH Hong Kong International Airport Chek Lap Kok, Hong Kong (succeeded Kai Tak Airport)
HND RJTT Haneda Airport Tokyo, Japan
HNL PHNL Honolulu International Airport Honolulu, Hawaii, United States
ICN RKSI Incheon International Airport Incheon, South Korea
INU ANYN Nauru International Airport Yaren, Nauru
LAX KLAX Los Angeles International Airport Los Angeles, California, United States
MEL YMML Melbourne Airport Melbourne, Australia
NAN NFFN Fiji Nadi International Airport Nadi, Fiji Islands
NOU NWWW La Tontouta International Airport Noumea, New Caledonia
NRT RJAA Narita International Airport Narita (near Tokyo) (formerly New Tokyo)
OOL YBCG Gold Coast Airport Coolangatta, Queensland, Australia
PER YPPH Perth Airport Western Australia
POM AYPY Jacksons International Airport Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea (Port Moresby Airport)
SUV NFNA Fiji Nausori International Airport Suva / Nausori, Viti Levu, Fiji
SYD YSSY Sydney Airport Sydney, Australia
TBU NFTF Fua'amotu International Airport Nuku alofa, Tongatapu, Tonga
TRW NGTA Bonriki International Airport Tarawa, Kiribati
VLI NVVV Bauerfield International Airport Port Vila, Vanuatu
WLG NZWN Wellington International Airport Wellington, New Zealand (Wild at Heart )
WLS NLWW Hihifo Airport Wallis and Futuna

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