The United States and United Kingdom are the first two countries to offer direct flights to Fiji, with the arrival of an additional service that will bring in flights from London to the islands.
The first two flights will take off from London’s Heathrow Airport on Wednesday and Thursday, and will return to London on Friday, a spokeswoman for British Airways said.
The service will be available from London Heathrow to Fiji on Monday, she said.
The service will operate from London Gatwick, which is home to the U.K. Airports Authority, the spokeswoman said.
It will arrive at the Fiji capital of Fijian capital of Kiribati on Thursday.
A total of 15 flights have been scheduled to fly to Fiji by this week, according to BAA.
Fiji, home to about 1.8 million people, is a small island nation of about 30,000.
It is located in the South Pacific Ocean between Australia and New Zealand.
The arrival of the new service coincides with a rise in tourism from the islands, as people have been visiting the islands to enjoy the tropical climate and to see wildlife.
A number of international airlines, including British Airways, Air Canada, Jetstar, and United Airlines, have been offering direct flights from their hubs in the U-K.
to Fiji since late last year.