SOLOMON AIRLINES STRUGGLES WITH GROUNDED AIRCRAFT

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HONIARA, Solomon Islands (SIBC, Sept. 27) – The Acting General Manager of Solomon Airlines, Joseph Anea, has assured Solomons residents that services within the country is expected to improve by the second week of next month.

Anea was responding to concerns expressed by people that the airline is not providing adequate services in the country.

While acknowledging that current services are inadequate, Anea says the airline is doing its best to service the country.

He says three of the airline’s aircraft were undergoing maintenance; one in Papua New Guinea, the other in Australia and one in Solomon Islands.

Mr Anea says with these aircrafts grounded, Solomon Airlines is doing its best to serve the country.

But he says once the aircraft come back to service starting in mid-October things should improve.

Mr Anea assures people of Temotu that an aircraft should be ready to fly to Lata later this week.

September 28, 2004

Solomon Islands Broadcasting Corp.: www.sibconline.com.sb

 

 

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