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More Secure Aviation Sector For The Pacific

The World Bank’s Board of Executive Directors has approved additional grant funding to bolster the operations of the Pacific Aviation Safety Office (PASO), responsible for delivering regulatory expertise on aviation safety and security in the Pacific. Formally established in 2006 through the Pacific Islands Civil Aviation Safety and Security Treaty, PASO brings together technical resources and ... read more

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2017 Records 65,004 More Tourists To The Pacific

The Research and Statistics Division of SPTO published its Annual Review of Visitor Arrivals in Pacific Island Countries for the year ending 2017. “Keeping the region and our member countries up to date with tourism developments and global trends is key for planning, developing strategies, formulating policies, making key decisions and for economic development, in ... read more

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Solomon Airlines Extends Nauru Airlines 737 Service To Kiribati To Apr 2018

Solomon Airlines has extended planned aircraft changes for Kiribati service, as leased Nauru Airlines 737-300 aircraft continues to serve Honiara – Tarawa weekly flight. Originally the 737 was scheduled to replace Solomon Airbus A320 from 21FEB18 to 08MAR18, however this has been extended to 19APR18. The following schedule is effective 05APR18: IE720 HIR0525 – 0900TRW 733 4 05APR18  ... read more

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Call For Micronesian Territories To Work Together On Tourism Marketing

There’s been a call in the Northern Marianas for the territory to work with Guam and Palau to market themselves globally as tourist destinations. The Marianas Visitors Authority said the three Micronesian territories had common challenges and must find common solutions. This includes marketing their destinations, especially in Japan where air links to Micronesia have ... read more

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Air Vanuatu To Lease 737 From Nauru Airlines Until 2020, Add Capacity To Australia And New Zealand

Air Vanuatu (NF, Port Vila) has announced it will lease in B737-300 capacity from fellow Pacific island carrier Nauru Airlines (ON, Nauru) to cover demand on its international routes during peak seasons through until January 2020. The Ni-Vanuatu carrier said in a statement the aircraft will be used to operate new services between Brisbane Int’l, Australia, and Espiritu Santo and Port Vila on Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays ... read more

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