Capable, fuel-efficient jets will help Papua New Guinea’s national airline expand service and routes across the Asia Pacific region
Air Niugini has signed an order for four 737 MAX 8 airplanes with Boeing. “Papua New Guinea is like no other place on earth and the 737 MAX will allow us to economically and efficiently connect our beautiful country with the rest of the world. “The superb economics of the 737 MAX will enable us to increase flight frequencies and develop into new markets which offer significant opportunities for Air Niugini,” said Frederick Reiher, chairman of Air Niugini.
Air Nuigini, the national airline of Papua New Guinea has selected Dubai-based Mercator to provide its loyalty and customer relationship management solution, CRIS (Customer Relationship Information System) to create and manage its frequent flyer programme.
Air Niugini has sent-off Viva Macau B767-300 aircraftand thanked the Viva Macau management and crew for their assistance to AirNiugini to carry out international service from September 2007.