Pacific island flag carrier Solomon Airlines will resume services following a grounding of its fleet over a payment dispute with its main funding partner, the Solomon Islands government. The airline imposed a total shutdown of services from June 6, citing the lack of scheduled operational payments from the government. It resumed normal schedules late June 8 following talks with ministers. The stoppage caused passengers on a Brisbane, Australia-Honiara, Solomons, service to miss the ...

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