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Solomon Airlines apologises

By ROPATE VALEMEI
Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Update: 11:05AM THE national carrier of the Solomon Islands, Solomon Airlines, is doing its utmost best to assist passengers affected by the ban imposed on the Honiara-Fiji flights.

It has said that it is now offering services on alternative routes.

In a statement this morning, airline CEO Ron Sumsum apologised unreservedly to customers affected by the Fijian Governments decision to suspend its Honiara-Fiji services.

Mr Sumsum said it was very unfortunate the Fijian Government had decided to take the action it had but he was optimistic both countries governments would be able to resolve the situation in the shortest time to the benefit of all passengers travelling on the route.

Fiji Airways announced this morning that it has stopped bookings for its Honiara flights.

 

 





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