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228 Drivers Graduate As Tourism Transport Ambassadors

The Graduation Ceremony for the Tourism Transport Ambassadors took place at the Port Vila Convention Centre on the 22nd of March, 2018. 228 taxi and bus drivers graduated on the day and their families were present to witness the event. Guest Speakers at the occasion include: the Acting Principal of the Vanuatu Institute of Technology ... read more

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Vanuatu Cruise Industry Takes Another Leap Forward

Vanuatu Cruise Industry takes another leap forward with a new milestone of berthing two cruise ships at once in Port Vila. The completion of Lapetasi Wharf will certainly boost the Commercial Shipping capacity to Port Vila and recent articles from the paper have highlighted the potential benefits ahead for shippers. South Sea Shipping Managing Director ... read more

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Vanuatu Tourism Awards Special Edition 

We are only weeks away before the closing date of entries. The closing date for entries has been extended till the 30th March for the BRED Bank Vanuatu Tourism Awards for Excellence! Download your entry form from or email for more info Reasons why you should enter Be recognised as an outstanding tourism operator Discover the full potential ... read more

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Vanuatu Tourism Office Has ‘Optimistic’ Plan For 2018

The Vanuatu Tourism Office (VTO) has a ‘good’ plan all set out for 2018. A dynamic team comprising of the VTO General Manager, Mrs Adela Aru, Marketing Manager, Allan Kalfabun, Information and Data Research Manager, Sebastien Bador with support technical advisor and staff are showing very good signs that 2018 will have big impact on ... 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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