|Queues in Suva at the FNPF office last year|
Members were supposed to have received their money yesterday.
Pensioners went without their money for almost a week last year in April after the Fiji National Provident Fund failed to pay the 11-thousand members.
The latest failure to pay pensioners comes as the new CEO of Fiji Airways says the rebranded airline has cleared most of its loan to the Fiji National Provident Fund.
Stefan Pilcher has also told Fiji media people have misinterpreted the method that was used to secure loans for the new A330 planes from European banks.
|Waqavaku ownership tags: pic Fijileaks|
|PILCHER: FNPF loans mostly paid off.|
In spite of information that shows Fiji Airways is not the owner of the planes, Pilcher insists it is and the existence of Waqavaku is standard business practice.
'In order to get export credit agency (IECA) credit insurance, we have to have this," he told Fiji Times. "All airlines have that but there is no interest of ownership. Fiji Airways owns the aircraft."
In FBC News he was quoted as saying: "We have to grow and off course we have to find our ourselves in a profitable way. We won't go and base any government recourses, which in the end is tax payers money, so that's what we're trying to do and that's what we will try to do in the next couple of years."