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About Nauru Airlines

Nauru Airlines is the flag carrier airline of the Republic of Nauru and operates scheduled international services to other Pacific Islands and Australia.

The airline’s headquartered at Nauru International Airport and operations office at Brisbane in Australia.

Nauru Airlines flies to the following destinations including Brisbane, Chuuk, Kosrae, Majuro, Nadi, Nauru, Pohnpei and Tarawa, holding aBoeing 737-300 and a Boeing 737-300F in its fleet.

 


 

Nauru Airlines Baggage

Carry-on Baggage

All carry-on luggage must fit the dimensions of 48 x 34 x 23cm.

Business class passengers are permitted 10kg of carry-on luggage.

Economy class passengers are allowed 7kg of carry-on luggage.

Passengers are also permitted a personal item to carry on board with them. This can include items such as a handbag, a coat, a camera or reading material.

 

Checked Baggage

Nauru Airlines allocates passengers checked baggage depending on the fare purchased. Each individual bag must not exceed 32kg, and not exceed the dimensions of 158cm, or total dimensions of all baggage of 270cm.

Premium Business passengers are permitted 45kg of checked baggage allowance.

Fully Flexible and Flexi Saver passengers are permitted 25kg of checked baggage allowance.

Flexi Saver, Pacific Saver and Sale ticket passengers are permitted 23kg of checked baggage allowance.

 


 

Nauru Airlines Check-In Information

Online Check-In

Nauru Airlines are yet to offer a online check-in service for flights.

 

Airport Check-In

Airport Check-in will open 3 hours before the scheduled flight departure time, closing 1 hour before departure.

 


 

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Nauru Airlines Destinations

Brisbane

Nauru

Tarawa

Nadi

Majuro

Pohnpei

Honiara

 


 

Nauru Airlines Fleet

Boeing 737-300

Boeing 737-300F

 


 


Nauru Airlines Hub Airport

Nauru International Airport

Nauru International Airport is Nauru’s only airport, serving 7 international destinations. The airport was first built in 1943 for use in WWII. It currently only operates passenger services for Nauru Airlines, but also cargo airlines such as Pacific Air Express.

 


 

Nauru Airlines News

October 2016

Nauru Airlines apply for service to Guam

Nauru Airlines filed an application with the DOT for a Foreign Air Carrier Permit (FACP) as well as exemption authority, ahead of plans to begin regular flights to Guam.

The Nauruan national carrier said in papers filed this week that effective late March of 2017, it plans to offer a weekly service from Nauru to Guam Int'l with stop-overs in Tarawa (Kiribati), Majuro(Marshall Islands), and Pohnpei (Micronesia).Flights will operate on-board B737-300 aircraft with cargo capacity available as well.

Nauru Airlines currently operates four B737-300s and one B737-300(F) on scheduled flights to Australia, the Solomon Islands, Micronesia, Kiribati, and Fiji.

 

September 2014

Nauru Airlines rebranding results

Nauru Airlines is pursuing the fastest growth in the company’s 18-year history, adding three aircraft during 2014.

The government-owned flag carrier also recently completed a rebranding, taking back the Nauru name following an eight year hiatus with the more generic name Our Airline.The rebranding and growth come as part of an increased focus on its home market. Nauru, the second least populated nation in the world after the Vatican, has a minuscule home market and no tourism.

 

September 2016

Nauru Airlines consider larger fleet

Nauru Airlines announced it was considering a second freighter to its current sole B737-300(F)to cater to growing demand for imports on the tiny island nation in Micronesia.

For its part, Nauru Airlines boasts a fleet of seven aircraft, including six B737-300s, used on scheduled passenger flights to Australia, the Solomon Islands, Micronesia, the Marshall Islands, Fiji, and Kiribati.

Last year it launched a new Micronesian Island Hopper service connecting the islands of Pohnpei and Kosrae to Majuro, Tarawa and Nauru.

But Nauru is receiving increased traffic as the island is used by Australia to process asylum seekers offshore.

Nauru Airlines also continues to run a niche wet lease and charter business, enabling the carrier to be profitable despite its tiny size and isolated location. In the process it has been able to enhance sub-regional air service links on the long, thin inter-island routes in the south and central Pacific.