The country’s second international airport, Munda in Western province is entering it’s second phase of development this year.
Minister for Communication and Aviation Comins Mewa revealed in Parliament last week.
Minister Mewa said, the second phase of development involves parameter fencing, runaway lights and fire service facilities.
He thanked the New Zealand Government for its assistance on the important national project.
“Let me also inform the House that our second proposed international Munda airport is entering its second phase. The second phase will involve three components, parameter fencing, runway lights and navigational aid and fire service facilities. At this point too Mr. Speaker I wish to thank the New Zealand Government for its generosity in assisting us in realising this important project for our country.”