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Air Vanuatu has purchased an additional Twin Otter DHC6-300 aircraft, The aircraft, purchased in Alaska, will begin operations before the busy Christmas/New Year period and will significantly increase capacity in the domestic market.
Notice to public re the carriage of perishable product on Air Vanuatu & Open package & baggage inspection requirement prior to check in. Effective 01 April 2014, the carriage of any Air Vanuatu aircraft will be subjected to the following conditions...
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Air Vanuatu CEO Joseph Laloyer has announced the search has began for an additional ATR72-500 aircraft to join the fleet in 2014. This aircraft will join the recently arrived Twin Otter aircraft. "Twin Otters are very reliable aircraft, they are considered to be the workhorse of the Pacific, so we're thrilled to finally have secured this plane. We have been searching for some time" More >>>
Air Vanuatu has confirmed its place in the ranks of the world's best and safest airlines after successfully completing the IATA Operational Safety Audit (IOSA). The announcement was officially conveyed by IATA on 20th December with Air Vanuatu's addition to the IOSA Registry. To become a registered IOSA carrier, airlines must satisfy IATA's 982-plus conditions, covering all aspects of airline operations, from safety systems, training and reporting to flight operations. More >>