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Thursday, February 28, 2019

Bauerfield Airport runway upgrade almost complete

Bauerfield Airport runway upgrade almost complete

Bauerfield Airport runway upgrade almost complete

Source: Vanuatu Daily Post

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Sunday, February 24, 2019

Passenger Movements at Bauerfield International Airport

Passenger Movements at Bauerfield International Airport 
January 2019 once more broke records for the number of passengers processed in a year, with 515,451 people flying to or from Bauerfield Port Vila.

According to a statement released by the Airports Vanuatu Limited, January through put was stronger in International, up 2.5% from an additional 8.9% of seats reflecting peak demand. Domestic is traditionally quieter in January.

Port Vila’s number one domestic route is to Pekoa Airport, Santo, carrying 45% of domestic passengers. The number two route is to Whitegrass Airport, Tanna, carrying 30% of passengers. Three-quarters of domestic traffic at Bauerfield is to/from AVL’s other two airports on Santo and Tanna.

Much of Bauerfield’s additional growth can be attributed to Air Vanuatu’s additional leased aircraft. International seat capacity in six months’ time for a typical week in August 2019, is forecast to increase 2.5% on August 2018, from six additional movements on average.

Saturday, February 23, 2019

Air Vanuatu issues travel alert

GIVEN the upcoming unfavorable weather conditions moving towards Vanuatu this week, Air Vanuatu wishes to remind its valued customers to reconfirm their flights at least 24 hours prior to departure.
The airline says flight disruptions may be expected and customers will be provided with a re-adjusted itinerary, subject to availability. Customers are able to update their local contact details by logging in ‘My Booking’ on www.airvanuatu.com.
“Whilst we understand that this may cause some inconvenience, our team is happy to assist whenever possible,” said a spokesman.
“Please check our website or our Facebook Page for any major updates.
“As per our conditions of carriage, the airline is not responsible for the extra expenses incurred by the customers as a result of inclement weather conditions. Should you require a letter for insurance claim purposes, please contact customercare@airvanuatu.vu”.
For any alternative flight arrangements on Air Vanuatu, customers can contact and discuss with our Flight Support Team – flt.support@airvanuatu.vu or 20200 ext. 835 / 832. They are open from 0800 – 1800 on Mondays to Fridays and 0800 – 1400 on Saturdays/Sundays including Public Holidays.

Friday, February 22, 2019

ICCC plans to grant PNG Air, Virgin Australia code sharing

The Independent Consumer and Competition Commission (ICCC) has proposed to grant authorisation to PNG Air Limited (PNG Air) to give effect to a code-share agreement it has entered into with Virgin Australia for services between Port Moresby, PNG, and Brisbane, Australia. Picture: POST COURIER
PORT MORESBY, 22 FEBRUARY 2019 (POST COURIER) – The Independent Consumer and Competition Commission (ICCC) has proposed to grant authorisation to PNG Air Limited (PNG Air) to give effect to a code-share agreement it has entered into with Virgin Australia for services between Port Moresby, PNG, and Brisbane, Australia.
Commissioner and chief executive officer Paulus Ain said: “While acknowledging that free sale code-share arrangement is not very competitive, the arrangement will allow a new marketing carrier to enter the market.
“The ICCC considers that in the present circumstances, it is better to have PNG Air start with the free sale arrangement.”
It has considered that the following public benefits are likely to result if the parties provide the code-share services: Travelers’ choice of marketing carriers would be increased (from three to four; travelers’ would benefit from competitive airfares; direct connections and ease of luggage transfers for PNG Air’s domestic services; making Port Moresby as a transit hub; code-sharing would result in aggressive competition; increasing domestic competition; increase Port Moresby traffic for frequent service.
On the other hand, the ICCC noted that the following public detriments are likely to result; however, these are outweighed by the mentioned public benefits: Infrastructural barriers such as the availability of slots at the Port Moresby Jackson’s International airport.
The ICCC considers that despite the recent redevelopment at the Jackson’s airport, there was no evidence which suggested that slot availability was increased.
Another detriment was regulatory requirements such as airline designation and capacity requirements as per bilateral agreements between PNG and Australia can prove at times, to be a barrier to entry.
Before an airline could operate international services to another country, the government must first negotiate a treaty level agreement with the destination country’s government.

Wednesday, February 6, 2019

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