Fijians can be proud of their national airline and confident of its world renowned customer service.

That was the assurance by Air Pacific’s Managing Director David Pflieger with the selection of Global business, ‘Rolls-Royce’ Trent 700 engine to power its three new Airbus A330-200 aircrafts.

Air Pacific had announced last year the order of three brand new Airbus A Three Zero- 200s which will begin arriving in March 2013 and will be operated on flights to Fiji from Sydney, Auckland, Hong Kong and Los Angeles.

Pflieger said the trent engine is the only engine specifically designed for the A330 adding the two market leading innovators with superior safety service, operational and environmental performance track records will be ideal partners.

The agreement with Rolls Royce which also includes long term support services is valued at FS370 million Fijian dollars said Fast Talking High Flying Dave.

But International uncensored media say the cost is UK Pounds £210 million which is over F$600 Million Dollars

Who do you believe ????

Check out: Meanwhile, In the FTSE 100, Rolls-Royce (LON:RR.) caught the eye of investors as it reported another contract win. The turbine and engine manufacturer has secured an order worth £210 million from Fiji’s national carrier Air Pacific for Trent 700 engines to power three Airbus A330 aircraft.

This is the first time Air Pacific has selected Rolls-Royce engines and the contract includes long-term TotalCare service support, the group said.