Air traffic management services in Fiji have been restored with most traffic controllers having returned to work.
Communications and public relations manager for Fiji Airports, Christopher Chand, told the Fiji Times that they can confirm that a vast majority of their controllers had returned to work.
The paper quoted the spokesman for the controllers, Kolokesa Kini, saying that while the majority had opted to go back to work, they would continue to push for salary and working conditions to be improved.
He said of 34 controllers who had taken strike action, 25 had returned to work.
Mr Kini said the returnees have had to sign letters of apology.