Mariana Pacific Airlines, often known just as Mariana Pacific, is an airline based in the Northern Mariana Islands. It flies passenger flights to destinations in Australasia and North East Asia. The airline is based at Saipan Francisco C. Ada International Airport (SPN) and flies to more than 5 destinations overall.
The airline plans to launch in 2022 with the goal of connecting the Northern Marina Islands with popular leisure destinations. It aims to act as a bridge to give tourists an entry point into Saipan and the other islands, as well as give the people of the Northern Marina Islands direct travel options to exciting destinations such as Tokyo, Brisbane, Seoul and more.
The airline will fly as a full-service airline, meaning that added extras such as baggage and in-flight food and drink is included within the price of all tickets.
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Mariana Pacific connects Saipan in the Northern Mariana Islands with popular tourist destinations, including Tokyo, Busan, Seoul, Brisbane and Guam.
|Japan||Osaka||Kansai International Airport||KIX|
|Tokyo||Narita International Airport||NRT|
|The Philippines||Clark||Clark International Airport||CRK|
|South Korea||Busan||Gimhae International Airport||PUS|
|Seoul||Incheon International Airport||ICN|
|US Territory||Guam||Antonio B. Won Pat International Airport||GUM|
|Saipan||Saipan International Airport||SPN|
The airline hasn't announced exact baggage allowances yet. However, it has confirmed that it will offer complimentary carry-on and checked baggage allowance for all passengers. So, you won't have to pay any extra to bring baggage on your flight.
Mariana Pacific will fly with two different cabin classes — Economy Class and Business Class.
Economy Class is the cabin for people that are happy with simpler things. It's a standard cabin and a comfortable place to enjoy our flight, with a professional and friendly crew that are around to help you with anything that you might need during your flight.
Although the planes that Mariana Pacific will use aren't confirmed, seats are likely to be set out in a 3 x 3 formation.
Business Class is the cabin for people that want to splash out and fly in luxury. Enjoy extra-large seats in a spacious cabin and a service that it is built on attention to detail.
Although the planes that Mariana Pacific will use aren't confirmed, seats are set out in a 2 x 2 formation.
The airline will include complimentary in-flight meals, snacks and drinks as part of its service.
The airline will offer in-flight entertainment. Whether entertainment will be a built-in system with seat-back screens is to be confirmed.
The airline has not announced anything relating to WIFI.
Mariana Pacific Airlines plans to take on a fleet of Boeing 757s.
Saipan International Airport (SPN) is an airport on Saipan Island of the Northern Mariana Islands and the hub airport Mariana Pacific Airlines. Mariana Pacific plans to launch flights out of Saipan International in early 2022. When it launches, Mariana Pacific will be the only airline to use Saipan International as a hub. The airline has 2 runways and 1 terminal building.
Other airlines that fly to and from the airport include Asiana Airlines, China Eastern, Jeju Air, United Airlines and many more.
Although Mariana Pacific doesn't fly yet, here are some other airlines that fly similar routes to it.
No official launch date is set. However, Mariana Pacific Airlines plans to launch flights in early 2022.
The airline plans to launch with weekly flights to Tokyo, Osaka, Seoul, Busan, Clark, Brisbane and Sydney.