Cyclone Evan travel update
- By Jack Preston -
- Dec 17, 2012
Virgin Australia have advised passengers flying to and from Fiji that a number of flights have been cancelled as a result of Cyclone Evan, with the airline looking to find those passengers affected alternative travel arrangements.
“Virgin Australia has put in place a number of measures to assist travellers affected by Cyclone Evan, including scheduling extra recovery flights and offering increased ticket flexibility to guests,” commented Virgin Australia.
“As a result of Cyclone Evan, Virgin Australia has cancelled a number of flights operating to and from Nadi, Fiji on Monday December 17 and 18. For a current list of cancelled flights, please see the information below. The Virgin Australia team will make every effort to contact guests via telephone and SMS in the event of changes to flights.”
To minimise the disruption caused by Cyclone Evan the airline is offering increased ticket flexibility for guests wanting to cancel or change their travel to or from Nadi, Fiji. This includes free of charge cancellation with full credit with Virgin Australia and free of charge move to another service to any destination for travel no late that 28 February 2013.
The airline will also be assisting with accommodation for up to two nights for those guests based away from their home city.
To find out more, visit the Virgin Australia website.
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