§ Mr. J. Griffiths
The international airport at Nadi, Fiji, is administered by New Zealand on behalf of the partner Governments of the South Pacific Air Transport Council, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and Fiji. Passenger accommodation at the airport has hitherto been provided by the New Zealand authorities in war-time buildings not ideal for the purpose. As the provision of such accommodation is normally the responsibility of the airline operators the council have recommended that the present buildings should cease to be available to operators as soon as the latter90W can make satisfactory alternative arrangements. These are now under discussion.