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Monday, June 25, 2012

Pflieger: Air Pacific in the money again

Flying high again atfer restructuring. pic escape at sorenlarsen
Air Pacific has announced what it says is its first operating profit since a $91.8 million loss two years ago saying it's a result of more bums on seats and and a tighter run operation.

CEO David Pflieger is reported as saying the profit was achieved on a combination of 'significantly increased passenger numbers, a large drop in costs associated with the airline's previously poor record for on-time departures, a more competitive schedule into the highly competitive Sydney market, and more efficient use of a smaller fleet of aircraft.'

"To report a profit in a year that witnessed significant fuel cost increases, strong and continued competition in a key market from two low cost carriers, and two major flooding crises, is a rousing testament."
 
A report on a New Zealand investment website says the airline has recorded a group surplus before tax of $13.4 million for the year to March 31, compared with an operating loss of $3.7 million a year earlier.

It says the airline announced a group statutory profit of $10.7 million for the year, compared with $25.3 million in the previous year, but the earlier year's profit reflected one-off items relating to cancellation of aircraft deliveries.

Air Pacific's group operating revenue of a reported $678.3 million is said to be up 15.6 percent for the year.

That group result supposedly includes its subsidiary Pacific Sun as well as a 38.75 percent stake in the Sofitel Fiji resort on Denarau Island.

Air Pacific's woes two years ago were blamed on the arrival of Australian budget carriers, Jetstar and Virgin.

Pflieger says the campaign to turn Air Pacific's fortunes around is far from done: "We remain mindful that a spike in fuel prices or changes to market conditions and therefore travel plans could impact our success while we finish restructuring."

The airline last month announced it would resume the original name of Fiji Airways to cash in on the 'Fiji' brand and is buying three new Airbus A330-200 planes.

No mention in the sharedot.co.nz story the airline is being kept alive by FNPF funds although it says Air Pacific is 'guarded about its passenger metrics', but it supposedly carried an additional 85,000 customers last year, compared with the year before, and 122,000 more than in the 2010 financial year.


No mention either of the ongoing leaks from staff of the inner turmoil within the airline and ongoing departures, including the most recent information sent to us about six more pilots resigning 'over frustration at management and for better work conditions from overseas carriers.'

78 comments:

The Oracle said...

Is this profit due to David Pflieger's leadership skills or is it a flow-on from the measures put in place by Campbell? Also, is it a result of the savings from cancelling out on the AirBus order? To turn around in a single year from a net loss to a net profit of $16m is no small achievement. But we need to scrutinise the annual report before offering accolades and proclaiming "rousing testaments" (to what might I ask?). I just hope this is not another Fiji Broadcasting type - "loss to profit within a year" by juggling the accounting figures? Putting more bums on seats is one thing.. but that only counters the loss in revenue from operating smaller bodied aircraft on Fiji's main export routes. Let's see the figures. If, indeed, the profit is from David Pflieger's hard work, then all credit goes to his team. If not, then he and his team might want to add their bums to those seats on their way out.

Pacific in the Media said...

Shooting the Messenger

editor,
When after losing his high profile legal case in a British court to avoid extradiction to Sweden the WikiLeaks founder and editor in chief Julian Assange jumped bailed to hole up in the Ecuadorian embassy to seek political asylum, I started to think to myself that the man could be making excuses to avoid his day in a properly constituted legal court in Sweden on alleged sex offences.
That is until I started to read the book The Interrogator by Glenn Carle ( Scribe Publications 2011) given to me a few days ago on my birthday.
The book is " a CIA agent's true story". Very early in the book at page 13 Carle tells that the US State authorities detained prisoners who they regarded treasonness " apparently intending to keep them [detained] forever.*..with no due process and no realistic prospects for release or trial".
This has made me wonder again if Assange does indeed have a well founded fear of persecution at the hands of the US state authorities?
He has maintained from the outset that he fears he will end up in the hands of the US authorities if he is extradicted to Sweden because of the publication of the US diplomatic cables in the WikiLeaks website. The US is on record for stating that Assange has acted in a treasoness manner against the US.
Now does Assange suffer from a persecution paranoia or does he have a well founded fear of political persecution?
I am now inclined to think the man does have good grounds to fear being handed over to the US.
Yours sincerely,
Rajend Naidu

Just Saying said...

The Oracle is right: how could Air Pacific have made such a big turnaround in such a short time? Also, we have no way of really knowing where the profit was made. There must've been a huge cash injection for it to be back in the black that much and that fast.

Anonymous said...

LBDO MUST HAVE DONE THE REPORT HAHAHA.
JUST TO FOOL THE PUBLIC.
SHOW ME THE BANK STATEMENT PROVE IT.
FNPF FUNDS BEEN INJECTED TO KEEP AIR PACIFIC AFLOAT.

Pacific in the Media said...

To Anonymous @ C4.5 the transmitting medium. Be more specific about who is not in the 'regime environment' and less of the 'dare you to print this' threat: they are a dime a dozen and don't work.-C4.5

Anonymous said...

"Air Pacific’s net profit fell from $F24.8 million ($44.45 million) in 2010-11 to $F11.4 million in the year ended March 31 but it converted a $F3.7 million 2010 operating loss to a $F16.5 million operating profit. The airline said the 21010-11 statutory profit was inflated by the decision to cancel delayed aircraft."

So in real terms they still had a decrease in profit.. Need to look at what caused the profit to decrease eh. I reckon it was gremlins.

Anonymous said...

Rajend, we're all a little tired of your anti US rants, first in the dailies, and now on the blogs. If you have a bone to grind, take it to the US. On this blog, we Fiji residents who pay our taxes here would rather worry about our own leadership, rather than your morsel trouble with the US. C4.5, expected a little more editorial discretion from you on this.

KOI VT said...

NPBT ( net profit before tax) was mainly caused by dropping all the Management accruals of FJD9miilion thats always been kept by Management to be dropped on "rainy days" so that Air Pacific could stay afloat in the books. In real terms there was no real monetary profit made. They dropped the huge accruals so that Operating expenses could be reduced, majority of these Management accruals are fuel cost accruals. This is what we call "cooking the books". This is the hidden secret in Air Pacific's cost reduction strategies, not compliant with the International Financial Reporting standards and GAAP at all..

Anonymous said...

Nalin Patel of G LAL another regime ass licker.
How can we trust the Guji and katoos.
They sleep with every govt that is in power.
Worst than sukuna park girls.

Just saying said...

The usual style of the regime and Air Pacific is to show off about any success so an increase in passenger numbers, if there was one, would've been announced well befre the financial report. Sounds like a scam. Agree also with the blogger who queried such a big profit in light of the huge fuel costs. I smell a rat.

Anonymous said...

No annual reports published by Air Pacific. The last one which was published was in 2008.

Since then there have been no annual reports published.

Qantas publishes its annual reports every year on its website.

Why aren't the annual reports for 2009, 2010 and 2011 of Air Pacific published on the Air Pacific website ?

Is there something to hide ?

Are the books being cooked ?

Anonymous said...

Just check their Cash Flow forecast Versus Actuals, It says it all. there is no real profit. APL is financed by debt and Liquidity Levels are very low, almost dry. So why painting us a rosy picture when we can read you very well inside out??? KOI VT.
Who are you trying to fool Philger!

mark manning said...

Smoke and mirror Economics !
Looks like Air Pacific will bring down the FNPF and it's other entities.

Anonymous said...

Two words: BULL DUST

Phflieger cheats said...

Even getting rid of staff wouldnt have saved them that much and remember they are buying three new planes so are in hock to FNPF. Did they ever get any offshore loans as they said they were going to???

Vitian said...

You're dropping your huge management accruals so that you can cover your huge consultancy expenses and hefty packages paid to your 9 expatriate consultants. This is a rip off to us patriotic Fijians. WE know what you re up to inside that hangar, so dont try to con us with your figures. Its all a lie and thats why you dont want the audited accounts to be publicised. Cmon Dave I know you too well. Stop your lies and follow your wife and kids back to the USA where you rightfully belong.

Anonymous said...

"It has been revealed that the airline has also carried 85,000 more passengers than it did the previous financial year and 122,000 more passengers than it carried in the 2009 and 2010 financial year."...Where have these extra passengers come from? Have they abandoned Jet Star?? Are they first time travellers? Where have they come from, Dave - please tell us.

Anonymous said...

"It has been revealed that the airline has also carried 85,000 more passengers than it did the previous financial year and 122,000 more passengers than it carried in the 2009 and 2010 financial year."...Where have these extra passengers come from? Have they abandoned Jet Star?? Are they first time travellers? Where have they come from, Dave - please tell us.

Anonymous said...

@anonymous 9.06pm..The extra pax must have come from Planet Nibiru...kaila mada..oilei na con sa sivia..LOL.

Anonymous said...

David the profit was by cutting my meal,giving me a cup cake for breakfast,is this what Yankees eat back home ,and look at your staff ,4 staffers on a 737,labour department to look at ???why is the union sitting like a duck/kamlesh is it that you have been paid??

Not Convinced said...

Smoke and mirrors indeed. Wonder why Air Pacific has not mentioned the recent cancelled flights to their asian destination, or the money wasted in expat pilots not meeting basic levels of proficiency, or the number of local pilots looking overseas for work. Tsk tsk. How about announcing actual figures that mean something like ASK's, RPK's and LF's? Anyone else seeing the cracked mirror?

Anonymous said...

I'm not a big finance person. All I know is you make a profit after you have paid your debts.
So if you Dave & Air Pacific haven't paid the $200 million debt to FNPF then please stop bullshitting us.

-Valataka na Dina.

Anonymous said...

@Rajend Naidu
I think what is even more sad for Assange is that he does not even trust his own Embassy , The Australian Embassy and Julia Gillard to protect him.

Life is not as straightforward as what most people think.

I hope you enjoy Glen Carle's story.
You should also listen to Susan Lindauer. She was the CIA Asset who was directly talking to the Iraqi's before George Bush decided to bomb them.

I love America but its sad that they've been hijacked by evil men.

Interesting that Susan, the CIA Agent was held in custody,without charge, for 18months, via The Patriot Act.

What is also interesting is that Mohammed Attar ( who supposedly led the Hijacking of planes in 9/11) was a CIA Asset himself.
But everybody knows that by now anyway.

Look America is a lovely country. They've given us Bill Gates and Microsoft, Dell, iPhones etc etc
but there are also some very evil people there.

Like I said "Things are not always what they seem".

-Valataka na Dina.

Anonymous said...

Agree with Anonymous 6:16. The anti-U.S. rants are tiresome, off-topic, and factually incorrect.

Anonymous said...

Hay people what do you expect from an executive from budget airline that takes over the helms of 5 star airline. It is like hiring a manager from Travelers Motel to run Intercontinental Resort.

Anonymous said...

Absolutely crap.........we in the accounting profession use the term creative accounting ......were the accruals taken into account ......i definately dontvthing that the reporting mechnism did not do so in accordance to International accounting standards .....which dumb c.a firm did the audit on these accounts .....was all appropriations taken into account ......what bout the divident payable to govt and qantas ......i see pigs flying

Anonymous said...

@anonymous 9.18pm..thats still ok. by next yr, its a rumour that meals will be cut to 1/4 cup cake and 1/2 cup tea/coffee..LOL..still better than what yankees eat back home..thats why they left the USA to work in FIJI..looking for money coz they are not so well paid in Amerika..simple as that

Anonymous said...

Anon at 7.30pm - please dont insult the mothers of chors like Rajesh Singh and his new leader Mahen - they loved sukuna park

Peter G.

Anonymous said...

APL CEO - A debt collateral of +FJD200million being fully funded by FNPF to pay Loan deposit from European Union.Total loan is 1.8billion Fiji Dollars.Qn1: How do u make a profit when u've just taken a big loan of that much.?Q2, How will you repay the loan back to a) FNPF b) EU? Q3) will it be paid back by the next CEO? because by the time repayment period starts , your contract is already up so its not your problem to pay back the loan? Q4) Whats gonna happen if APL cannot repay this 1.8billion loan, Will FNPF repay this loan on APL's behalf? If so, what are the implications to the ROI in FNPF and the interest to be credited to the members' accounts in future years to come?. This is so unfair to the FNPF members as our funds wont be earning enough returns in the future, contributing to a lesser sustainable pension fund for our future pensioners. And for you APL, thanks for always piggy-backing on other institutions at the cost of the workers lifetime savings. You have made the country suffer more economically.

Anonymous said...

Publish the audited reports Air Pacific .
Can the regime publish govt auditors report .
How much debt govt is in.
How much salary paid to all ministers.
We still waiting for ans from the regime.

Anonymous said...

Figures sound like something that could only be dreamt up by somebody like conman Rajesh.

Coup 4.5 & Rajesh you promised us your reference letter days ago - Where is it or is it another pipe dream of yours - You kept on telling people in Fiji that you had a reference letter from Helen Clark when no such thing exists except in your dreams.

Conman ga na Conman.

Anonymous said...

The saving is from staff leaving air pac for greener pastures. talk to any air pac staff. their salary has been cut and overtime pay have been abolished. staff get time and quarter for overtime. none other com[any in Fiji practices these things. or by the way, just last week air pac bought three top of the range SUV vehicles for its expariate staff. he is making money at the expense and slave like treatment of the local staff while his expat friends are all having fun.

mark manning said...

Fiji Air, the new Enron !

Fiji Dollars said...

Here's a protif that sounds more realistic.

Fiji TV to pay out dividends

Frederica Elbourne
Tuesday, June 26, 2012

FIJI Television Limited will not only pay out more dividend per share but has also recorded an unaudited profit after tax in access of $2 million from its previous annual payout.

A statement issued by the South Pacific Stock Exchange, bearing the Fiji Television letterhead yesterday revealed the company made $4.3 million in unaudited profit after tax for the 11 months that ended last month.

Under trying economical times, the company paid eight cents per share dividend to its shareholders, chairman Isoa Kaloumaira said in a statement yesterday.

The one cent increase in per share dividend means Fiji Television paid out a total of $824,000 from unaudited operating profits for the current financial 11 -month period. The company paid $721,000 for the corresponding period last year it said.

The payout will be carried out on July 23, the company said.

For the previous corresponding period, Fiji Television made a unaudited net profit after tax of $2.05 million, the company said.

But the company's income from other sources for the last 11 months dropped to $1,991, 496 compared to $2,709,066 for the 11 months ending May 31, 2011.

Fiji Dollars said...

Here's a protif that sounds more realistic.

Fiji TV to pay out dividends

Frederica Elbourne
Tuesday, June 26, 2012

FIJI Television Limited will not only pay out more dividend per share but has also recorded an unaudited profit after tax in access of $2 million from its previous annual payout.

A statement issued by the South Pacific Stock Exchange, bearing the Fiji Television letterhead yesterday revealed the company made $4.3 million in unaudited profit after tax for the 11 months that ended last month.

Under trying economical times, the company paid eight cents per share dividend to its shareholders, chairman Isoa Kaloumaira said in a statement yesterday.

The one cent increase in per share dividend means Fiji Television paid out a total of $824,000 from unaudited operating profits for the current financial 11 -month period. The company paid $721,000 for the corresponding period last year it said.

The payout will be carried out on July 23, the company said.

For the previous corresponding period, Fiji Television made a unaudited net profit after tax of $2.05 million, the company said.

But the company's income from other sources for the last 11 months dropped to $1,991, 496 compared to $2,709,066 for the 11 months ending May 31, 2011.

Anonymous said...

Sounds like we need an analysis by Dr Wadan Narsey & hopefully the dailies will run it......

Anonymous said...

Is this an attempt to make Khaiyum
looks good to the general public?The question is:Where is Bainimarama? Is he in Fiji or in China, is he alive or is he dead?No
one has seen this illegal PM anywhere in Fiji?Did Khaiyum have him poisoned before he shipped him back to China hospital for checkup
and operation? we're checking him up but unable to get anything important?

Anonymous said...

Give credit where credit is due. None comes from these group of bloggers who bitch and bitch all day. We have moved on whether you or I like it or not.

Anonymous said...

The Fiji TV profits reek with questions?
1. Where did the profits come from?
2. Why was dividends declared one month before the end of the financial year?
3. Why was it declared without a proper audit?
4. There was no summary of the breakdown of the Financials which should always be the case for a public company registered in the SPSE.
5. Is the dividends geared for the two only big shareholders... so what about us small shareholders.

Can 4.5 write to Isoa the Chairman or Tarun the technician.

Anonymous said...

Valataka na Dina, you royal hypocrite! Here you are, saying that America, like Fiji, has been hijacked by evil men. Tomorrow, you'll be back begging the Americans again to bomb Delainabua. Why, so you can denounce them again? If they're so evil, why do you keep looking to them for Fiji's salvation?

Anonymous said...

KMPG is the external auditor and their integrity is questioned here. talk abt "kila vata" club.js give them heaps of "paisa" and their mouth is sealed,,as usual..creative accounting indeed. Something is rotten in the state of Denmark

Anonymous said...

Security officers put out fire at High Court building
Publish date/time: 26/06/2012 [13:06]

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Two security officers from the Government Buildings put out a fire which had started in one of the wooden High Court buildings last night.

The fire started at about 10.30pm and the two security officers noticed the smoke coming out of the building.

When they rushed to the scene, they found a container of benzine.

They also noticed that the bottom part of the building was on fire.

Police spokesperson Ana Naisoro said the security officers managed to put out the fire and investigations are now underway.

No one has been questioned as yet.

The National Fire Authority confirmed that a call was received at 10.30 last night.

However, when they reached the scene, the fire was already put out.


Story by: Vijay Narayan, Sneh Chaudhry & Tokasa Rainima

Anonymous said...

Vinaka APL! well done. ! and to the bloggers..keep on blogging

Pflieger Cheats said...

If such a big profit why use FNPF funds? If such a big profit when will the FNPF funds be repaid?

Anonymous said...

@anonymous 12.34pm..
oops u sound angry and hurt....truth hurts ..were the bloggers' facts correct? all the bloggers pls give credit to APL..:-)

Anonymous said...

Anonymous 12:34, where have we moved on to? Has Fiji made economic progress since 2006? Is the overthrow of the elected government, repeated postponement of elections, loss of civil liberties, gaoling, torturing, firebombing and expulsion of political opponents, suppression of the church and the labour unions, and the purported abrogation of the Constitution your idea of political and social progress? All we've done is to moved further down Treason Road to deeper misery.

Anonymous said...

@anonymous 4.26am

if APL cant payoff their 1.8million loan, then FNPF will take over loan from EU, after a while, they will start providing for impairment, then slowly they'll impair it, and then write it off..smart eh? then our 1.8 billion investment + interest goes down the drain. FNPF is the pillar of the economy,and savior and is slowly sinking too.Fiji is doomed!

The Heckler said...

Where is Baini? Dead or just in another drunken stupor under the coconut tree?

It's beginning to play like the old comedy film "Weekend at Bernie's," with the two guys shuttling around Bernie everywhere, trying not to let people notice that Bernie is dead.

Let's call this one "Weekend at Baini's."

Follow the money said...

Look out Fiji TV that dividend may not be enough to save you although you following the regime rules like everyone now.



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Television Amendment Decree includes conditions for revocation of license
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The Television Amendment Decree which includes the conditions for the revocation of a license is now gazetted by President Ratu Epeli Nailatikau.

The decree came into effect last Thursday and a new section states that if a licensee is found to have breached the Media Code of Ethics and Practice under the Media Industry Development Decree, the Minister may, by notice revoke or vary the license.

However, before making any decision the Minister shall provide the licensee with such opportunity as determined by the Minister to provide a written explanation as to why the license should not be revoked or varied.

The Television Decree 1992 is also amended with the inclusion that no court, tribunal, commission or any other adjudicating body shall have the jurisdiction to accept, hear, determine or in any other way entertain any challenges by any person or body which question any decision by the Minister, the validity of the process of the issuance of any license and any condition imposed by the Minister in granting a license.


Story by: Vijay Narayan

Anonymous said...

The Television Amendment Decree is a classic example of the now commonplace deprivation of due process in Fiji. As usual, ASK can, and will, use the regime's usurped governmental authority to ruin a perfectly fine business simply because it competes with his brother's. Those targeted have no appeal to anyone, except to ASK himself, and good luck with that!

Narayan said...

Vijay, does it have a section stipulating that favourable reconsideration of revocation shall be entertained if appropriate payments of bribe (or words to that effect)shall be made in private to his majesty the AG.

kai Nadro said...

Thank you bloggers for the much needed infor..wow alot of facts

Anonymous said...

After GCC, NLTB, Fijian Holdings, this Taliban SOB is now onto Fiji TV which is 51 per cent owned by Yasana Holdings , another indigenous owned commercial entity. What is happening here guys. Sa rauta mada na veivakalolomataki. Tucake mada e dua na i Taukei ka muduka na ka sa vakayacora tiko vei keda na kaisi bakola qo.

Anonymous said...

Ae..vaka e ra rerevaki Aiyaz kece na kai VT..ira mada ga na sotia ra bau rere tu..e ra tauri dakai, era kila na dina, ra qai rere tu ga..sa lasutaki mai. e vaka vei au era sa leqa kece tu nodra mona..e waini ira vinaka sa la o Bainivuaka kei Aiyasa. kemudou sa so na tamata ulukau na i taukei.tabu saka yani..da kaya ga..e cava beka..e ra veimasi polotaki tiko beka ga eh..wete..

Oilei Fiji said...

Overseas media seemingly ignorant of where Air Pacific bailout came from - FNPF the hard working retirement fund for Fiji workers that they are unllikely to see again.

Anonymous said...

hats off to the pilots who will be joining PX soon! They said that they couldnt believe their package.way too much compared to FJ...congrats boys and well done. You deserve it!

Anonymous said...

@Anonymous 12:48
Since America champions Democracy I thought they might be interested in facilitating it here in Fiji in the least painful way.

Silly me ! What was I thinking!
I obviously thought wrong. lol.

You obviously did not read my posting. You only read part of it then flew into a rage.

Go back and read it.

Where does it say that I hate Americans?

FYI Some of my heros are Americans. They include Dwight Lyman Moody, Lewis Sperry Schaffer and Abraham Lincoln.

Next time before writing something in response to another person, take a few deep breaths and think carefully before writing.

If you want an explanation to what I wrote or anything that I write for that matter, you just have to ask and I will explain it all for you

God bless you my brother! Keep seeking the Truth.

-Valataka na Dina.
(The second paragraph above is supposed to be a joke. If you can't get that then I'm sorry I can't help you)

Anonymous said...

ASK was Doctor BABA advisor in 2001 election.
He have learned a lot from conman peter foster.
So what we expect from this illegal ask.

Anonymous said...

The profits of Air Pacific are a result of strategic changes done in the company that most people in Fiji are not used to seeing...of course sacrifices had to be done therefore, people leaving for "greener" pastures, either they could not fit into the new regime of things or pressure to change forced them to look elsewhere, and lo and behold they found better paying jobs...All in all we all become winners...there are now opportunities for new pilots to get jobs at air pacific...let's all be positive about changes in our country and not let foreigners who sit behind their computer screens and tell us that we are shite...we are better then that...everytime we agree with them we fail to move forward...listen to feedback, learn, but keep moving forward through positive actions rather than negative talk..

Anonymous said...

Good to see Air Pac pilots doing well elsewhere..good for my nephews job prospects after flying school..

Anonymous said...

agree with anonymous 7.04pm. Evryone is a winner in these winds of change!~!vinaka Bainimarama and to all that have contributed to it. Lets embrace the future together. A new Fiji. - but Fiji leaders must always put God first in all that they do.

Anonymous said...

well said @anoymous 7.04pm.Vinaka

Anonymous said...

@7.42..yeah God first(Jehovah) ..not Allah

Anonymous said...

@Anonymous 7:04 yes 140 children got the "winds of change" in the last 12 months. They were admitted to hospital for malnutrition in Lautoka and Suva. Dr Simeli Tukuna Head of Public Health in Fiji was so shocked when showed the pictures , he thought he was in Somalia.
Vinaka vaka levu Binimarama na veivakalolomataki.
You people praising Bainimarama are pathetic. You should stop burying your head in the sand and see what is REALLY happening.

Anonymous said...

At anonymous 8.41pm....talking about change don't mean I support Bainimarama...i like many want to see democracy back...but time is too short for us to just sit back and coup 4.5 everything. The world is moving on...has moved on...has anything been done for the malnourished kids while we blamed govt for their demise?...I want us to make Fiji the greener pastures and I will continue to take my fight to the field...that's my passion for this country...that is my support...that is my goal...is it yours? God bless us all!

Anonymous said...

Creative bookkeeping does wonders.No doubt about it. David Pflieger has proved it so well.

Anonymous said...

It is about time that our Fly carrier has made profit! So that means that they will serve better dinners LAX/NAD/ flights.... Anyway good luck to Air Pacific (Fiji Airway)

Anonymous said...

Valataka na Dina, 'hijacked by evil men' is what you wrote and what I said you wrote.

These are the same people you're begging to bomb Delainabua.

Were Abe Lincoln America's president today, do you think he'd want to be bombing Delainabua? I don't think so.

Of course you don't see how hypocritical and contradictory you're being, but I wager most other people do.

But God bless you, my brother. I sense you mean well and do love Fiji, even if you're confused about America.

Anonymous said...

Listen to feedback, learn, moving forward? Anonymous 7:04, what Fiji do YOU live in? This regime doesn't accept feedback from anyone. It hasn't learned anything, except greater arrogance and the ways of corruption. And Fiji isn't moving forward, but slouching toward Gomorrah.

Those winds of change you find so fragrant are coming from Bainimarama's ass. Breathe it in deeply, you traitors, because one of these days someone will put a plug in it.

Anonymous said...

Ha ha ha, another sign that the whole lot of you here have missed the boat. Fiji is moving forward without you. Moce!!!

Anonymous said...

Anon@8:41PM...Worry no more mudou,
the illegal PM is confirmed Dead in a Chinese hospital? All the writeup in the Medias is been carefully arranged by Khaiyum and he's even appopinted himself
as the acting PM? What happen to Mosese Tikoitoga? He's possibly
going through the same process as
Bainimarama? Bai is a power lunatic
and had he been OK, Khaiyum wouldn't be running around calling himself the acting PM,cause Bai would have nailed this assole to the post? Khaiyum is not fully in
control yet,as he has AZZIZ on his side? He has some military support
but he doesn't want to pushed his luck just yet?He knows that he's going to try and get the high rankin officers on his side first?
He is doing his best to try and get
everyone fooled.Wouldn't it be something if this assole successfully pulled a civilian coup
and win it all???

Anonymous said...

At anon 0841
Could it be the fruition of SDL policy?

Anonymous said...

Air pathetic it is..!whatever profits it s making we cant see any improvement!!! Moce Jo!.air pacific is no longer them fijian pride!..flight attendants too much walking up no down them aisle looking pretty but services sa sona.

Anonymous said...

Sona services ga ni sa yes money..no sara

Anonymous said...

Anonymous 1:26, enjoy your cruise, mate, on HMS Titanic! Hope you enjoy cold water.

Anonymous said...

someone needs to chk air pacific's balance sheet to see the real picture. whats their capital structure as at 31/2/12? i bet its 90% debt and 10%equity..u better be careful thats a bad sign and its a sign of your boat sinking..HMS Titanic ka dina..moce moce malo au pito pito

Cava tale me tukuni said...

Levu ga na vosa. Kemudou kece!!

Caita na Matanitu, Caita na Lotu, Caita na Vanua......tamata sonalevu kece. Laivi bainimarama me PM. Sonalevu kece na Kai Viti.

Da kai china yani

vi cai

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