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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.
PNG operate a fleet of ATR 72-600 aircraft as well as Dash 8-100 and a Dash 8 Freighter.
Passengers are permitted one piece of carry-on baggage that is able to fit under the seat in front of them. The item must not exceed 105cm nor exceed the maximum weight of 7kg.
On domestic PNG Air flights, passengers are permitted a baggage allowance of 16kg. On international PNG Air flights, passengers are permitted a baggage allowance of 23kg.
Online check-in is not currently available for PNG Air flights.
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 News
11th October 2017
Flights to Losuia resume soon
PNG Air plans to resume services to Losuia in Milne Bay when the airstrip and terminal facilities are full 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.
PNG Air announced its 6th aircraft ha commenced operations.
Its first port of call after undergoing modifications required for commercial operations in the country, were Madang and Vanimo according to the airlines chief commercial officer Paul Abbot. Mr Abbot said its inclusion to the fleet will assist the regional airline with its capacity and frequency on its domestic schedule, while also the additional capacity to service the contract it recently won with Newcrest.
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 travellers and the opportunity to fly on PNG’s newest aircraft. PNG Air was established and started operations in 1987 as Milne Bay Air. The airline operated as a charter company in the resource development industry. The airline obtained an RPT (scheduled passenger services) licence in September 1992 and received its airline licence in March 1997. With its headquarters and main operating base set in Port Moresby, there are also support staff in Cairns, Australia. In November 2015, the airline rebranded and unveiled a new livery. It also received its first ATR 72-600 aircraft, to become the backbone of the fleet by 2020.
In December 2016, PNG Air has completed its first year of operation after launching the new airline on 4th November 2015 with the arrival of the first of its brand new ATR 72-600 aircraft. Since then the airline has taken significant steps forward, ticking off every ambitious goal it had set itself for the first year of operation. PNG Air have announced inflight entertainment will be launched for the two weeks commencing 13 December on selected flights. Artists featured on PNG Air flights for the next two weeks include Joseph Ehava, Theo Benjamin, Didi Maru, Isaiah Mano and Peter Ho’leong.
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