Despite a slowdown in Southeast Asia’s more developed markets, the remote aviation market in Oceania is continuing to grow. In the coming months, new routes will be introduced in Papua New Guinea, East Java and the Solomon Islands. National flag carrier Solomon Airlines will launch nonstop flights to Sydney from its Honiara base at the beginning of June. The airline currently offers 4X-weekly flights to Brisbane, and will add a single weekly direct flight to Sydney’s Kingsford ...

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