Fiji Airways’ state sponsored airline business model goes against the trend and actually works. Listen to the carriers newly appointed Chief Marketing Office Marc S. Cavaliere explore how the carrier uses the model to be successful and in turn contribute to the country, government and local economy.
Speaking at the 2017 Australia Pacific Aviation & Corporate Travel Summit in Aug-2017, Mr Cavaliere also discusses growth and development of Fiji Airway’s network and products, route development to key markets including the United States and Australia, and what sets Fiji Airways apart.
Mr Cavaliere, also presented a keynote speech at the event titled “When the Model Actually Works”:
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