Vacation Options Abound in Fiji

With more than two decades in the aviation industry, David Pflieger is head of Hawaii Island Air which services the Hawaiian Islands.  Dave Pflieger’s aviation career began in 1987 when he started flying as a B-52 pilot with the U.S. Air Force, where he spent 10 years. Soon after, Dave Pflieger began working for Delta Airlines as an operations attorney, launching his successful airline career from there and leading him to his current role with Hawaii Island Air. Just prior to this position, Mr. Pflieger led and oversaw the highly successful restructuring and turnaround of Air Pacific Ltd., a Fiji-based airline serving the South Pacific. Destinations like Fiji have a lot to offer, with a strong focus on tourism.

Visitors to Fiji may enjoy numerous activities such as boating, cave and helicopter sky tours, parasailing, spa treatments, and more on the islands. Numerous hiking opportunities exist, such as the Dawasamu’s Tova Peak hike in the District of Dawasamu, Tailevu. Snorkeling opportunities can be found in places like Beqa Lagoon Reef through fishing charters and cruises. The company provides any necessary gear, so novices and hobbyists alike can participate. Kula Eco Park hosts the only wildlife park in Fiji, with opportunities to see a variety of native animals, such as the endangered Fijian iguana.

Opportunities abound for visitors to Fiji, and Air Pacific can help travelers get there. Visit for more information.


Author: David Pflieger

David Pflieger is working as the CEO of Ravn Alaska. David received his pilot training in the United States Air Force, and has since held multiple positions with different airlines, for over 20 years!

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