PHILIPPINES AIRLINE TO BEGIN PALAU ROUTE

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Airline to connect Palau with Japan, Australia

By Bernadette H. Carreon KOROR (Palau Horizon, August 24, 2009) - The Palau government has already approved the authorization permit for Aviation Matters Inc. which will do business as Pacific Flier airline which is planning to provide a twice-weekly service between Koror and Clark Freefort Zone in Pampanga, Philippines.

Jackson Ngiraingas, Minister of Public Infrastructure, Commerce and Industries confirmed the plan.

The Pacific Flier will be flying an Airbus 310 on the Brisbane-Guam, Clark-Koror routes and also a Narita-Koror route.

The new airline will have Palau as its hub.

Pacific Flier aims to provide a twice-weekly service between Koror and Clark Freeport Zone in the Philippines, and Koror and Narita, Japan and a weekly service between Brisbane, Australia and Guam.

The ministry said that the target date for the first flight from Clark to Palau is on September 1.

As for the other flights, Pacific Flier has yet to confirm the target date for the flights.

The plane will offer 194 economy and first class seats and different fare classes - depending on the route, including a contract worker fare and a group discount.

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