Air Niugini international flights

Aust Relaxes Travel Requirements

They also will not be required to produce Covid-19 proof of vaccination at check-in.

Likewise, PNG citizens who have chosen not to be vaccinated are also now able to travel from Australia to PNG (and return).

“With the world now moving to relax many of the Covid-19 restrictions, this signals a return to the freedom to travel that we all enjoyed in the past,” said Paul Abbot, Air Niugini’s General Manager (GM) Commercial.

Air Niugini’s Inflight Catering

Catering on the Port Moresby-Hong Kong sector remains suspended due to Hong Kong Government restrictions, while other “normal” services such as Domestic catering, as well as all domestic Executive Club lounges and the lounge at Port Moresby International have already reopened.  

The Executive lounges in Australia, Singapore, Manila, and Hong Kong are still closed.

The airline stated that there is new business class catering on all domestic flights, and that it is progressing the rollout of upgraded business class catering on international services.

PNG Loop's Breakfast Bites

Female rice farmer sells harvest to Trukai

Amadi-Baga rice farmers in the Kairuku Hiri district earned their return from rice production when Trukai Industries purchased their first harvest this week.

Cabinet approves Brisbane flights for Mt Hagen and Alotau

Cabinet approves Brisbane flights for Mt Hagen and Alotau

National Planning Minister, Charles Abel announced on social media on Friday that cabinet has approved direct flights to Brisbane from Gurney and Kagamuga airports.

“I want Air Niugini’s F70 to do the international run and Link PNG to pick up at Losuia, Popondetta and Tokua airports,” he said.

It will run Brisbane - Gurney - Pom – Brisbane. Hagen will serve Wewak, Madang, Mendi and Goroka.

“Cabinet endorsed on Thursday direct flights from Brisbane to Gurney and Brisbane to Hagen when their new terminal is completed,” Abel said.