FLY CORALway is a soon-to-launch airline company connecting islands in the South Pacific. Catering to those vacationing between South Pacific island destinations like French Polynesia, Fiji and more, the company is currently finalizing fleet plans and is said to be considering flying Airbus A220-100s or Embraer 190 E-2 jets.
The airline is said to "feature anywhere from 98 to 130 seats" and will offer two levels of service -- a business class and economy. Additionally, FLY CORALway's island routes have been unveiled and include "Faleolo International Airport (APW) in Apia, Samoa, Nadi Airport (NAN) in Nadi, Fiji, La Tontouta International Airport (NOU) in Noumea, New Caledonia, Fa’a’ā International Airport (PPT) in Tahiti, French Polynesia and Hihifo Airport (WLS) in Wallis and Futuna."
Targeting travelers living in regions that are recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic more quickly than the rest of the world, this new airline makes traveling between sunny destinations easier and cuts transfer times, helping fliers avoid long haul trips.