Air Niugini took delivery of its second retrofit aircraft in Port Moresby yesterday.
It representsthe advancement inthe airline’s fleetooffering a whole new travel experience.
Three men were united yesterday,the CEO of Air Niugini, Simon Foo; CEO oPNG Tourism Promotion Authority, Peter Vincent; and US Ambassador tPNG, Walter North.
Their common interest was Air Niugini’s Be ing Retrofit AircraftoVictor.
Passengers in business class will have more leg room, giving more opportunity to recline completely.
Atthe back of allthe seats throughoutovideo screens, offering movies in early genre, premier classics, family classics, documentaries and even games.
TPA CEO Peter Vincent said all sectors of Tourism should be working togther to boost tourism inthe country. He said this while announcing TPA would be opening offices in Israel and China. “If you wantthe airline to reducethe fares, we all have to meet and talk about how to manage our costs to bringthe prices down so that we can start to promote tourism a little bit better,” said Vincent.
Ambassador North congratulatedthe airline for being on par withthe rest ofthe world. He said as this isthe pacific centurythe Airline industry is critical.
He however sayPNG’s &lsquoLand:fthe Unexpected’ catchphrase be changed tothe &lsquoLand:fthe Expected’.
&ldquoLand:fthe Expected meaning thatoairlines are safe, flights arrive on time, passengers can expect and receive a quality of customer care which is unparalleled by any ther airline inthe world,” said Ambassador North. “I applaudthe Tourism Sector in PNG to say ‘Yes We Can’…We can work in this country to create that standard of excellence,” he said.
Be ing has produced over a thousand aircrafts withPNG being one of it 57 customers.
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