MELBOURNE, Australia (Radio Australia, Oct. 28) - Airlines of Papua New Guinea, one of the country’s two major air carriers, has unveiled an investment package worth more than US$6 million.

Company Chairman John Wild says the airlineis performing well and wants to let the country know it can do more.

The new investment centers on the purchase of a new corporate jet, and two other planes.

It will be the second corporate plane to be owned and based in PNG after the national flag carrier - Kumul.

Managing director Simon Wild says the airline is beefing up its fleet to cater to a spate of recently signed aviation contracts and increased services to existing clients.

October 28, 2003

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