Papua New Guinea flag carrier Air Niugini is to add seven former KLM Fokker 70 aircraft to its fleet, building on one existing former KLM Fokker 70 that it took in October 2014. Air Niugini said the aircraft will be used to serve domestic and regional destinations, replacing some of its Bombardier Q400 schedules including Lae, Mt. Hagen, and Hoskins, New Britain. The carrier added that the type would offer increased capacity and range, compared with its 10 Q400 ...

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