FLIGHT REVIEW: Air Pacific – Nadi to Sydney

Carrier: Air Pacific
Flight Number: FJ911 – Departing 09:00am
Duration:  4 hours 40 mins
Aircraft:  Boeing  747-400
Class: D – Business
Configuration: 2-2 in business class
Check in experience: Checking in for business class has a priority line, making the experience  easy.  After my luggage was tagged and  boarding passes issued by a friendly Air Pacific staff member, I went through  customs.  The express lane for business  class passengers was closed, however the process was still in a timely manner.

On time performance: The  flight left on time at 09:00am.  Boarding  was quick even though it was a full flight.

Seat/Cabin conditions:Total capacity is 458 passengers with saleable  configuration of 28 Business Class and 425 Economy Business class seats have a pitch of 57″, a 12″ recline and in-seat  video with 22 video channels and 12 audio channels.  With  a seating configuration in Business Class of 2-2, the cabin was extremely  spacious.

Meals & Snacks: Meals and drinks were served promptly, and presented well.  A breakfast was served as a choice of  pancakes or omelette with fruit, cereal, croissants and pastries.

Service: The friendly staff were happy to assist with their professional service but  laid back style. All cabin crew encountered were more than happy to assist.

Entertainment: Each  seat has a personal TV unit with video/audio on demand. The movies included  latest releases as well as some golden oldies. There are programs for children  including games and informative destination information was available.  The systems are a little dated, so it will be  good to see Air Pacific get the new updated systems in their new aircrafts.

About Author

Kate Webster

<p>Kate Webster is a travel journalist – travel writer and photographer who travels the globe in search of vivid imagery and compelling stories that capture the essence of the places she visits. </p>
<p>Born out of a life-long love of travel and fascination with the world around her, is Kate’s inspiration behind her writing and photography. </p>
<p>When she’s not bouncing around the world on ramshackle buses, overcrowded trains, or on the back of a rickshaw, you can find her based in Sydney or the Gold Coast, Australia eagerly planning her next adventure.</p>

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