People travelling to Fiji from December 1 will be required to provide a 14-day travel history before boarding a flight.
The safety measure follows concerns over the spread of the Omicron variant.
“Fiji already has multiple layers of health and safety protection protocols from COVID-19 and its potential variants in its border-reopening framework which was designed to even deal with situations like this,” a company statement said.
The airline said it was committed to keeping travellers, citizens, and staff safe as Fiji reopens its borders for tourists from travel partner countries.
“Fiji Airways and Fiji’s tourism industry look forward to welcoming visitors and returning Fijians from TPCs (Travel Partner Countries) after almost 20 months from 1st December.
“The return of tourists means a return of jobs in Fijian tourism and return of revenue flows crucial to the Fijian economy.”