Category: Airlines

PS Virivolomo says country’s population is too small for bigger airport

Fredrick Kusu- February 16, 2023

The country’s current population is too small to demand a bigger airport. Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Communication and Aviation, Moses Virivolomo made the ... Read More

New Departure Terminal to be handed over soon

Fredrick Kusu- February 14, 2023

The Honiara International Airport new departure terminal will be handed over on the 15th of March 2023. Permanent Secretary for the Ministry of Communication and ... Read More

Solomon Airlines Congratulates Pilot Lyndah Owen on Promotion to Dash 8 Captain in Command

Fredrick Kusu- January 3, 2023

Solomon Airlines has kicked off 2023 with congratulations to pilot Lyndah Tito Owen, on her promotion  from Dash 8 First Officer to Captain of the ... Read More

Solomon Airlines apologises for unexpected disruption to international services

Fredrick Kusu- December 30, 2022

Solomon Airlines has apologised for disruptions caused by an unexpected defect on their Airbus A320- 200 H4-SIB aircraft which impacted flights between Brisbane and Honiara ... Read More

Solomon Airlines 60th Anniversary Aviation Fair a Success

Fredrick Kusu- October 28, 2022

Solomon Airlines kicked off the program for their 60th Anniversary celebrations this week by staging a two-day Aviation Fair at the airline’s Henderson headquarters.  Peter ... Read More

Solomon Airlines prepares for peak season, restoring Lata and Western weekend flights

Fredrick Kusu- October 24, 2022

Solomon Airlines will recommence flights to Santa Cruz Airport, Lata from 1 December, following runway restoration undertaken by the Solomon Islands Government. The updated schedule ... Read More

Solomon Airlines Unveils 60th Anniversary Logo and Plans Milestone Celebrations in October

Fredrick Kusu- September 26, 2022

Solomon Airlines will celebrate the airline’s 60th year next month with a program of festivities and celebrations and the introduction of a 60th Anniversary logo. ... Read More