Air Pacific plans to start scheduled service with its first two Airbus A330-200s in June, enabling the Fijian national carrier to begin replacing two leased Boeing 747-400s used on core long-haul routes. Delivery of the first of the three A330s on order will occur in mid-March and the second in May, CEO David Pflieger tells Aviation Week. Pilot training, certification and other preparatory work will be required, and both aircraft will enter service in the same month that the first of the ...
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