Papua New Guinea Air Services Limited today launched a new project that will greatly improve the safety and reliability of aircraft landing at major airports across the country.
It is pleasing to announce on International Women’s Day that Ms Bessie Andrew will graduate from a joint Papua New Guinea - Australian 2 year Senior Executive Development Program
Australia has funded a new state-of-the-art air traffic control training simulator at PNG Air Services at a cost of K13 million. The simulator is part of a joint PNG-Australia funded initiative to modernise PNG Air Services.
The Chief Executive Officer of PNG Air Services Limited, Captain Ted Pakii, and the Australian High Commissioner to PNG, Deborah Stokes, announced a major Australian commitment to improve aviation safety in PNG, at the PNG Air Services Limited–Airservices Australia board dinner last night.