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December 7, 2019
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Enga airfare subsidies paid

The people of Enga Province will continue to receive services froPNG’s national carrier inthe years to come.

 

To ensure this, Governor Peter Ipatas presented a cheque of fifty thousand kina to Air Niugini management as part ofthe Provincial Governments decision to subsidize tickets.

Flights to Wapenamanda resumed as of last week after a temporary disruption over safety reasons atthe airport.

 

It followedthe death of a Wapenamanda man after a rugby league game in which related troubles led tothe closure ofthe Enga highway.

 

Now it’s back to normal and Governor Peter Ipatas also ensuredthe continuity of ticket subsidies to Wapenamanda.

 

He paid K50, 000.00 to Air Niugini in Port Moresby.

 

Air Niugini General Manager Commercial Dominic Kaumu saidthe airline is expanding its services throughouPNG, and Wapenamanda is no exception.

 

Enga Governor Peter Ipatas praised Air Niugini for its continuous services tothe province.

 

Dash eights make several return trips to Wapenamanda each week.

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