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41. Solomon Airlines to Suspend Sydney Flights
Solomon Airlines has confirmed that it will temporarily suspend its weekly Sydney service with effect from 17 May 2016. Announcing the news, General Manager Operations & Commercial, Gus Kraus cited economic slowdowns in Australia and the Solomon Islands and the impact this has had on the airlines passenger loadings ex-Sydney as a leading factor.
42. Solomon Airlines Resumes Full International & Domestic Operations
Solomon Airlines has commenced full operation of its international and domestic flight schedules following the devastating flooding which struck the Solomon Islands on the weekend. Speaking from Solomon Airlines head office in Honiara, CEO, Captain Ron Sumsum said floodwater borne debris blocking the runway at Honiara International Airport had been quickly cleared and, following s
43. Solomon Airlines Revises Schedules to Offer Same Day Connectivity
New Solomon Airlines flight schedules operational from 25 April 2016 have been structured to allow passengers departing on the carriers international services ex-Australia and the Solomon Islands same day through-connectivity to the national carriers extensive domestic network.
44. Solomon Airlines, Air Nuigini and Air Vanuatu to Codeshare
Solomon Airlines, Air Nuigini and Air Vanuatu are exploring ways of working in unison to assist and promote better understanding, partnership and generally promote the ideals of the Melanesian Spearhead Group. The Melanesian Spearhead Group is an intergovernmental organisation, composed of the four Melanesian states of Fiji, Papua New Guinea, the Solomon Islands, Vanuatu and the Ka
45. Papua New Guinea to Host 2011 Oceania Cup
The Federation of Oceania Rugby Unions has confirmed that the Papua New Guinea Rugby Football Union (PNGRFU) will host the 2011 Oceania Cup to be held in Port Moresby, between 29 November and 8 December 2011. The nations set to compete in the Oceania Cup are American Samoa, Cook Islands, New Caledonia, Niue, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Tahiti, Tuvalu and Vanuatu.
46. Solomon Island Visitors Bureau Calls for Improved Tourism Data
Solomon Island Visitors Bureau (SIVB) CEO, Josefa Jo Tuamoto has echoed his South Pacific Tourism Organisation (SPTO) counterparts comments underlining the role data and statistics can play in determining a countrys economic direction. Returning to Honiara this week after chairing the SPTO-convened Pacific Conference on Measuring Tourism in Fiji, Mr Tuamoto said the organisat
47. Me Save Solo Tourism Exchange to Take Place in Honiara 5 July 2019
Tourism Solomons has confirmed that the second annual Me Save Solo tourism exchange will take place in Honiara on 5 July 2019. As in 2018, visiting buyers will be given the opportunity to stay on after the event to participate in a series of beyond Honiara educational study tours visiting Gizo and Munda in the Western Province, Marau Sound and Malaita.
48. Solomons Invites Neighbouring Islands to Tourism Exchange
Tourism Solomons has extended an open invitation to its regional neighbours to join in the 2019 Me Save Solo tourism exchange as exhibitors. Delegates from Fiji, the Federated States of Micronesia, Papua New Guinea, Kiribati and Nauru have all expressed an interest in the event taking place in Honiara on 5 July 2019.

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