Monthly Archives: April 2015

Fiji Airways and Air Vanuatu Sign Codeshare Agreement

Fiji Airways and Air Vanuatu Sign Codeshare Agreement

A new codeshare agreement between the national carriers of Fiji and Vanuatu. Fiji Airways and Air Vanuatu will see seven flights a week between the two island nations. Fiji Airways and Air Vanuatu will now offer their customers code-share access on flights to and from Port Vila as well as interlining capability from each airlines gateway points, further extending their respective networks. Fiji Airways will place its “FJ” code on Air Vanuatu services from Port Vila to Suva and Nadi. Air Vanuatu will place its ... Read More »

Cruise Passengers Returning to Vanuatu After Cyclone

Cruise Passengers Returning to Vanuatu After Cyclone

2015-4-1: The Pacific Dawn will be the first ship to go ashore on Vanuatu since the devastation of Cyclone Pam. (PHOTO Courtesy of P&O Cruises) Cruise passengers are returning to Port Vila on Vanuatu this weekend following the devastation caused by Cyclone Pam in mid-March. Passengers departing Brisbane, Australia, on April 4 on P&O Cruises’ Pacific Dawn will be first to go ashore in Port Vila, which the company said has been confirmed as safe for visitors. The Pacific Pearl ... Read More »

Post post-Pam priorities

Post post-Pam priorities

Editor’s Comment: “Prioritising education is certainly the way to maintain forward movement for Vanuatu in the post-post-Pam period.  This is one of the few places in the world where authorities truly look further ahead than the next election, keeping the overall good of the country and her people in mind.” Originally aired on Dateline Pacific, Thursday 2 April 2015 Hon. James Bule, Minister of Climate Change of the Republic of Vanuatu and Hon. Milner Tozaka, Minister of Foreign Affairs and ... Read More »

Coast buys safe water for Vanuatu village

Coast buys safe water for Vanuatu village

Our Site Editor’s Comment: “This type of spontaneous assistance occurs because of the high level of interest in and feeling for Vanuatu. It means that those with business interests here are somewhat cushioned from the effects of a rare natural disaster” SUNSHINE COAST DAILY: Nicky Moffat, 2nd Apr 2015 THE generosity of Sunshine Coast residents saw three rainwater tanks donated to remote areas of cyclone-devastated Vanuatu just half an hour after a Facebook post went live yesterday. Bev Skinner launched ... Read More »

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