PNG Air

COVID Tests Cease For AROB Travel

However, are required to adhere to mandatory protocols set in place as per the new normal.

The Office of the Regional Pandemic Controller of the Autonomous Region of Bougainville, in lifting these measures has restored flights into Aropa Airport, therefore as a result, the airline has resumed services to Kieta.

Flights CG8820 on Sundays departs Port Moresby stopping over in Rabaul and Buka, while Flight CG8823 will operate the return sector and also via Buka and Rabaul to Port Moresby.

Cabin Crew First Aid Certified

The training is a requirement for the cabin crew to carry out before entering their roles for 2022, and they were awarded certificates valid for one year.

PNG Red Cross Society thanked the airline for having them facilitate the training and congratulated the young women in successfully completing the program.

As most accidents are sudden and happen unexpectedly, it is vital to have staff equipped with necessary first aid skills they can utilize in emergencies.

Pitt Is PNG Air CCO

Mr Pitt takes on the role from Nancy Nakikus, who has been Acting Chief Commercial Officer since May this year.

In a statement, PNG Air said he would be in charge of the commercial division for both the passenger and cargo, supporting business changes that the organization is going through.

The airline said: “Mr Pitt brings to the company a wealth of experience from leading international air carriers spanning over 30 years in management and leadership roles in Australia, Japan, the United Kingdom and the United Arab Emirates.”

Airline Supports Eat Smart Campaign

Eat Smart Campaign brand ambassador, Chef Julz Henao and Pidgin Production conceptualized this campaign with the aim of promoting healthy and nutritional eating in PNG, and this will be achieved by highlighting the ‘Farm to Plate Experience’.

Pidgin Productions Director, Arjun Gyani was grateful on behalf of the Eat Smart Campaign as they can reach farmer networks through PNG Air.

Library Presents Books to PNG Air

BbP Executive Officer, Leeanne Resson thanked PNG Air and said the airline has been supporting them for the past three years and is still going.

“This partnership is an important partnership because they assist Buk bilong Pikinini with our reestablishment Library Kits. We are able to get these kits in schools across PNG. Within the first three quarters alone, we were able to restock 68 schools with the kits and this would not have been possible without the support from PNG Air.

PNG Air Supports Awards

The awards was launched on August 27, 2021 to allow members of the public to nominate ordinary men who are doing extra-ordinary things to build peace in their respective communities.

PNG Air Acting Chief Commercial Officer, Nancy Nakikus said PNG Air is pleased to support the Men of Honour Campaign by providing return flights to the ports the team requires to travel for interviews with nominees and quality checks.

PNG Air Resumes Flights To Madang

Flights will operate with the DASH 8-100 series aircraft as per direction from PNG Air, this is due to the length of runway currently available.

PNG Air will resume flight operations via ATR 72-600 upon completion of the full runway length that is currently awaiting approval from NAC.

Madang has up to four weekly flights and this will allow passengers and cargo partners to book their flights with ease into the province.

Wapenamanda Flights Resume

PNG Air Flight CG 8490, took off from Port Moresby, passed over Kerema town and up cutting across Eastern Highlands and Chimbu, passing over the Western Highlands to arrive at a warm and sunny welcome in Wapenamanda.

After two years, flights have now resumed service into the newly upgraded 1600m long runway, which was a part of the Civil Aviation Development Investment Program (CADIP) co-financed by the Government and the Asian Development Bank.

Wapenamanda Flights Resume

PNG Air Flight CG 8490, took off from Port Moresby, passed over Kerema town and up cutting across Eastern Highlands and Chimbu, passing over the Western Highlands to arrive at a warm and sunny welcome in Wapenamanda.

After two years, flights have now resumed service into the newly upgraded 1600m long runway, which was a part of the Civil Aviation Development Investment Program (CADIP) co-financed by the Government and the Asian Development Bank.

PNG Air Surprises Couple

For newlyweds, Fabian and Angela Kokoe it was quite romantic and with an added cup of sugar for the sweetest honeymoon gift ever courtesy of PNG Air.

Angela Koal was on her way to Goroka from Port Moresby on PNG AIR’s CG1534 flight with no idea that her fiancé at the time was waiting patiently with an important question that would change her life forever.

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