Fiji's new-and-improved national airline was unveiled Thursday -- and all facets of the airline once known as Air Pacific have been given a makeover.
Now called Fiji Airways, the islands' flagship airline comes with a rebranding, a new Airbus-A330 and a revamped fleet of Boeing-737 jets.
The key reason for the change was to associate the airline more closely with Fiji as a "destination," Fiji Airways' interim CEO, Aubrey Swift, said.
"Fiji is a wonderful set of islands in the middle of the South Pacific. So we want to align ourselves that as a destination because we think it's a fantastic selling proposition to people who are looking for something a bit different," Swift added.
Physical alterations to the airline's fleet include redesigned amenity kits, a new in-flight entertainment system and lighting technology that adapts throughout the flight.
The airline is based at Nadi International Airport, and flies to two U.S. locations -- Los Angeles and Honolulu, Hawaii -- with other routes serving Asia, Australia, Canada and the Pacific Islands.
Click through the slideshow below to view photos of the new-and-improved airline.