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About PNG Air

PNG Air, also known as Airlines PNG, is an airline based at Jacksons International Airport, Port Moresby in Papa New Guinea. PNG Air flies to many destinations including Alotau, Awaba, Balimo, Bulolo, Daru, Goroka, Hoskins, Kerema, Kiunga, Lae, Lake Murray, Moro, Misima, Mount Hagen, Obo, Popondetta, Port Moresby and many others. PNG Air's fleet consists of 14 Havilland Canada DHC Dash 8-102 and ATR 72-600s. The airline previously operated routes to Cairns in Australia. In November, PNG Air was rebranded and received its first ATR 72-600 which will become the central part of the fleet by 2020. PNG Air is listed on the Port Moresby Stock Exchange.  In April 2016, PNG Air announced the commencement of scheduled services to Aropa. PNG Air advise that the arrival of the airlines third new ATR aircraft means even greater options for travelers and the opportunity to fly on PNG’s newest aircraft.



PNG Air Baggage

Carry-on Baggage

Your hand baggage must not exceed 4 kg in weight or 105cm (total dimensions measured by adding together the height, width and depth of the bag).


Checked Baggage

Maximum weight for domestic flights is 16kg and 23kg for international flights (domestic flights connecting to/ from international flights).


PNG Air Fleet

PNG operate a fleet of ATR 72-600 aircraft as well as Dash 8-100 and a Dash 8 Freighter.


PNG Check-in

Online Check-in

Online check-in is not currently available for PNG Air flights. 


PNG Class Information

Passengers can enjoy the airport departure lounge whilst waiting for their flight where they can keep entertained with the Tv, keep refreshed with the tea and coffee facilities and comfortable seating. During the flight, passengers will experience a first-class service from staff, along with the comfortable and spacious seating arrangements.


PNG Air Destinations


Jayapura - Sentani Airport

Papua New Guinea

Alotau – Gurney Airport

Buka – Buka Airport

Daru – Daru Airport

Goroka – Goroka Airport

Hoskins – Hoskins Airport

Kiunga – Kiunga Airport

Aropa – Kieta Airport

Kavieng – Kavieng Airport

Lae – Lae Airport

Lihir Island – Kunaye Airport

Losuia – Losuia Airport

Madang – Madang Airport

Misima – Misima Airport

Moro – Moro Airport

Mount Hagen – Mount Hagen Airport

Popondetta – Girua Airport

Port Moresby – Jacksons International Airport hub

Rabaul / Kokopo – Rabaul Airport

Tabubil – Tabubil Airport

Tari – Tari Airport

Tufi – Tufi Airport

Vanimo – Vanimo Airport

Wewak – Wewak Airport



PNG Air Hub Airport 

Jacksons International Airport

Jacksons International Airport is the largest airport in Papua New Guinea and is the main hub for Air Niugini and Airlines PNG.  Other airlines which fly to and from Jacksons International Airport include Phillippine Airlines, QantasLink, Virgin Australia, Air Niugini and Airlines PNG. Jacksons International Airport has one runaway.;


Airlines PNG plane at Jacksons International Airport


Airlines PNG News

21st May 2018

Tufi Villagers to Showcase PNG Culture at Milan Festival

The idea was brought to PNG Air manager commercial sales Linda Honey through Wantok Music in Brisbane, whom PNG Air supported to help PNG musicians let their voices and talent be heard in Australia and abroad.  Ms Honey was asked if she could put together a very real cultural group that was not commercialised but fulfilled the needs of indigenous music and passion created by tribal sounds. “The project which involved obtaining passports and visas has taken two years, but with the help of Morley Iewago who is an employee of EMTV, the dream is now a reality for 10 villagers from Tufi who will travel internationally to Milan, Italy, to attend the Lo Spirito del Pianeta festival, ” she said. Each year the festival showcases to the world tribal music and an indigenous awareness. The organisers have funded the group from Port Moresby through to Italy and will look after our people while they experience this amazing journey in their lives. “This year the Tufi group from PNG will extend to the festival an education about themselves, their village and their life in PNG and display the voice and sound of their culture. “When people have a heart and soul, the rest does not count, the world can change, when people of the heart come together. Today has changed 10 people’s lives forever” said Ms Honey.


11th May 2018

Airline chief resigns

This was announced by the company's board this week. PNG Air chairman Murray Woo thanked Siva for his five years of service, during which time the rebranding and initial stage of the refleeting program was successfully completed. Woo said that Siva's departure would allow someone with a new perspective and a different set of ideas to take the airline through the next stage of its development. PNG Air, formerly known as Airlines PNG, completed a rebranding exercise in late 2015 coinciding with the delivery of its first ATR 72-600.  Before a new CEO is chosen, PNG Air chief commercial officer Paul Abbot will hold the position in an acting capacity.


11th October 2017

Flight to Losuia resume


PNG Air plans to resume services to Losuia in Milne Bay when the airstrip and terminal facilities are fully repaired and operational. The facilities were vandalised during the recent general election forcing the airline to suspend flights. PNG Air said it conducted a trial flight recently to review the situation and inspect the repairs carried out by the Milne Bay government. The airline is now discussing with various parties outstanding issues which need to be resolved before full commercial operations can resume. "We are confident that the airstrip is operational and poses no safety risk to our crew, passengers or aircraft," chief commercial officer Paul Abbot said. "But we still require support and reassurance that the situation on the island has stabilised and there will not be a repeat of the unfortunate occurrences in July. "In addition, the terminal requires work to bring it up to an acceptable standard for our passengers. "With the cooperation of the provincial authorities and the government member for the local area, we are hopeful that flights will be able to resume reasonably soon," Abbot said.