Return of the ISLAND HOPPER
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Our goal is to unite the Pacific Community, connecting the Islands and bringing people together”
Nauru Airlines is very excited to announce the return of the Island Hopper service.
Local businesses, families and tourists can now enjoy a same day service from Brisbane through to Pohnpei and return.
This is a new opportunity and potentially opens a new travel destination for Australians.
As the Central and North Pacific readies, itself for more tourists and inter-island travel, Nauru Airlines has found an easy solution for those wishing to travel throughout the region for shopping, visiting relatives and friends, study and holidaying.
Nauru Airlines Chief Executive Officer Robert Eoe said that the airline was excited to return to Fiji, Kiribati, Republic of Marshall Islands, and the Federated States of Micronesia.
“We want to expand our Central Pacific services to everyone and provide accessibility, and excellent service on all our routes. Our goal is to unite the Pacific Community, connecting the Islands and bringing people together” Mr Eoe said.
“Our team has been working hard to include the additional routes in time for the start date of 16th October 2022.
Initially the service will operate fortnightly from Brisbane, to Nauru, Tarawa, Majuro and Pohnpei on Sunday, and returning Monday.
Our Fiji service commences on the 23rd of October, and will operate monthly in the lead up to Christmas, between Nauru and Nadi, and return.
“Our staff and handlers are looking forward to welcoming passengers to the unique ports we service as an airline”.
“A return of services to the Central and Northern Pacific allow us to forge better bonds with our closest neighbours and will give Nauruan’s the opportunity to travel and work throughout the region.”
For more details about our schedules and fares, please visit the Nauru Airlines website www.nauruair.com
About Nauru Airlines
Nauru Airlines is the national carrier of the Republic of Nauru and has been operating passenger, charter and freighter services to and from the Central Pacific for more than 50 years. The airline currently services Australia, the Republic of Nauru, Fiji, the Federated States of Micronesia, the Republic of Kiribati, and the Republic of the Marshall Islands.
Nauru Airlines operates under Australian Civil Aviation Regulations and with an Australian Air OperatorsCertificate. For further information about Nauru Airlines, visit www.nauruair.com