name: Air Vanuatu
Air Vanuatu (Air Vanuatu) is a Vanuatu airline, headquartered in Port Vila, the main base is Victoria Port Bauerfield International Airport. It is the national airline of Vanuatu, which mainly operates flights to destinations in Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific.
Air Vanuatu was established in early 1981. Ansett Airlines has provided Air Vanuatu with a five-year agreement to provide aircraft and operators. Ansett holds a 40% stake in the new airline, and the Vanuatu government holds the remaining 60%.
As of November 2009, Air Vanuatu operated 28 domestic routes in Vanuatu.
Craig Cove (Craig Cove Airport)
Lamap (Male Kola Airport)
Norsup (Norsup Airport)
Pama (Pama Airport)
Southwest Bay (Southwest Bay Airport)
Ulay (Ulay Airport)
Longana (Longana Airport) Maewo Naone (Maewo-Naone Airport)
South Ambae Redcliffe (Redcliffe Airport)
South Pentecost Lonorore (Lonorore Airport)
North Pentecost Sara (Sara Airport)
émaé (Siwo Airport) Raming
Bay (Rabin Bay Airport)
Tonga ( Tongo Airport)
Valesdir (Valesdir Airport)
Anatom (Anatom Airport)
Aniva (Anatom Airport)
Dillon Bay (Dillon Bay Airport) Fuduna
Island (Futuna Airport)
Ipota (Ipota Airport)
Tanna (Baicao Airport)
Goa (Gaia Airport)
Mota Lava (Mota Lava Airport)
Sola, Vanua Lava (Vanua Lava Airport)
Torres Islands (Torres Airport)
Air Vanuatu has 7 aircrafts, 33 destinations, and the CEO is Joseph Laloyer.
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