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Vt1.4 Billion Direct Economic Impact From Air Arrivals

The number of visitors and spending continues to rebound as the country records Vt1.4 billion per month as direct economic impact from air arrivals between April and July. That is the finding of the Vanuatu International Visitor Survey, jointly carried out by the Auckland University of Technology, International Finance Corporation, Vanuatu Tourism Office and the New ... read more

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Double arrival Cruise Ships to Vanuatu

Two cruise liners arrived in Port Vila Harbour Thursday 29 Dec 2016,  and with not enough space at the wharf, one of them flying a French flag had to anchor in the harbour. With New Year at the door, drivers of buses and taxis have every reason to smile. Air Vanuatu domestic flights to all destinations ... read more

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Hallo Neukaledonien!

From 14 to 30 November, New Caledonia Tourism invited well-known German journalist Klaus Simon to write about the destination for the prestigious daily Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung and in the Traveller’s World magazine. German author, freelance journalist and winner of the Gold Medal for Tourism, Klaus Simon is a recognised star in the field. With more than ... read more

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Tonga Airports Ltd. Declares Its Highest Dividend

Tonga Airports Ltd. has declared a $2 million pa’anga Annual Dividend for 2015-16, payable to its shareholder the Government of the Kingdom of Tonga. “This is the highest dividend amount paid from Tonga Airports Ltd. to the Government of Tonga. The dividend amount represents 76% of the total profit after tax raised by the company,” the ... read more

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Auki And Marau Sound Next Year’s Cruise Ship Destination

Auki and Marau Sound will next year host tourist cruise ships, this announced by the Minister of Culture and Tourism in the recent Parliament meeting. Minister Bartholomew Parapolo highlighted Auki in Malaita and Marau Sound of Guadalcanal will be one of the country’s stop-overs for cruise ships beginning next year. Minister Parapolo reveals this in ... read more

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