Fiji Airways has joined the oneworld alliance

Fiji Airways

Fiji Airways of the Fiji Islands in Oceania joined the oneworld global alliance in June 2024. It will become the 15th full member of the alliance, expanding mileage earning opportunities and benefits for current Emerald, Sapphire and Ruby status holders, as well as expanding the oneworld alliance's destination portfolio.

Along with Fiji Airways, Fiji Link, the airline's domestic arm in Fiji, will also become an associate member of the oneworld alliance.

oneworld will dominate Oceania

The entry of Fiji Airways will bring the total number of oneworld destinations to 15 in Oceania, mainly in the archipelagos of Fiji, Tuvalu, Tonga and Kiribati.

The following airports will become brand new oneworld destinations:

  • Fiji - Suva, Cicia, Kadavu, Koro, Labasa, Lakeba, Rotuma, Savusavu, Taveuni, Vanua Balavu, Vunisea
  • Kiribati - Kiritimati, Tarawa
  • Tonga - Vava'u
  • Tuvalu - Funafuti

Australian airline Qantas, also a member of the oneworld alliance, has a significant presence on the islands in Oceania.

Fiji Airways flies to other oneworld hubs, making travel to the Oceania region from Europe and Asia via Hong Kong, connecting to Cathay Pacific, Tokyo Narita, connecting to Japan Airlines, significantly more convenient.

On the other side of the world, it will strengthen the connection between Oceania and North America, especially via Los Angeles and San Francisco airports, with connections to American Airlines flights.

For a complete map of Fiji Airways' destinations, please visit fijiairways.com/route-map.

Fiji Airways adopts AAdvantage frequent flyer programme

Along with joining the alliance, Fiji Airways will simultaneously end its own Tabua Club frequent flyer program and fully adopt AAdvantage, American Airlines' frequent flyer club.

This change will allow current AAdvantage elite status holders the same benefits when traveling with Fiji Airways as with American Airlines.

These benefits include complimentary, extra baggage, priority boarding, preferred seating and enhanced mileage earning opportunities.

How many miles do I get?

Are you already a member of a oneworld alliance frequent flyer programme? If so, you will also earn miles when travelling with Fiji Airways.

Below is an overview of the Fiji Airways fare classes and how many miles you will earn for each frequent flyer programme per flight in each class.

Frequent flyer programme Fare in fare Basic Miles
Alaska Airlines
(Mileage Plan)
J, C, D, I
Z
B, G, H, L, M, O, K, Q,
S, V, W
N, R, T
225%
200%
100%
50%
American Airlines + Fiji Airways
(AAdvantage)
J, C, D, I
Y, Z
B, H, L
K, M, O, Q, S, W
G, V, N, T
125%
100%
75%
50%
35%
Qantas Frequent Flyer All fare classes Based on zone

We will update the list gradually as the process of implementing the use of miles by partner airlines will take up to 12 months.