The national flag carrier of the Solomon Islands announced its business plan to take the airline further in the aviation industry.
Announcing plans to launch direct international flights with a direct Nadi service, flights to Sydney, along with the signing of a codeshare agreement with Qantas, Solomon Airlines is looking to raise its standards to meet consumer demands.
The Solomon Broadcasting Corporation reports that the announcement was made by CEO, Captain Ron Sumsum, at the closure of the Solomon Islands – Next Platform sales and marketing conference held in the capital of Honiara.
He said that the airline was ready to embark on its next platform and develop a product that represents the interests of Solomon Airlines and the country as a whole.
The airline company will do so by building fruitful partnerships with concerned stakeholders to ensure improvement and growth for the national carrier.
Solomon Airlines is a state owned entity with 179 employees and serves a domestic network of 24 local destinations and international destinations that include Brisbane, Nadi, Port Vila and Port Moresby.