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Air Canada Partnership To Benefit Solomon Islands Travelers

Solomon Islands nationals traveling to Canada as part of the foreign worker programme or migrating under Permanent Residence nomination program from Guadalcanal Province, will be benefiting from a new partnership arrangement with Air Canada for their travel into Canada. This partnership benefit will also be extended to any Solomon Islands province that is joining the ... read more

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Solomon Airlines Returns To Parasi

After an approximate 10-year absence Solomon Airlines will recommence scheduled air services to Parasi Airport in South Malaita from 08 June 2018. The national carrier’s decision follows the recommissioning of the airport by the Civil Aviation Authority of Solomon Islands (CAASI). The new service will operate between Honiara and Parasi every Monday and Friday. Announcing ... read more

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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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British Airways Says Bula To Fiji With Fiji Airways

British Airways and Fiji Airways, Fiji’s National Airline, have today announced a new partnership which will open up more routes between London and the South Pacific than ever before. With its idyllic beaches, world-famous dive sites and lush green forests, Fiji and its extremely popular island destinations are more accessible than ever before as customers ... 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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