Airline to sell domestic tickets for K44


AIR Niugini has announced a domestic ticket sale of K44 to travel anywhere in the country during October, managing director Alan Milne, pictured, said yesterday.
Milne said the bookings could only be made online, and from midnight today until midnight Monday (Sept 16), a first of its kind promotion by Air Niugini.
Travel is permitted only within next month (October).
“Air Niugini wishes the people of Papua New Guinea a happy 44th Independence anniversary,” he said.
“We have over 10,000 tickets to be sold at this price for this Independence flash sale.
“There are taxes and fees on top of that K44 because we can’t control that as well. The Air Niugini portion of the ticket will be K44.
“One way on any domestic sector.
“This is a first for Air Niugini to trial a heavily reduced domestic fare and we encourage Papua New Guineans to take advantage of this exciting promotion. Seats are limited and will be sold on a first come first serve basis.”
Bookings for the Independence Flash sale can only be made online on Air Niugini’s website – – which allows customers to book and pay online with credit or debit cards.
“Another payment option is for customers to choose the ‘pay later’ option as the form of payment, in which case, payment must be made within 24 hours.”
A third option is to book online and pay using mobile phone banking which is available to BSP mobile banking customers using Digicel and bmobile numbers: obtain the booking reference and cost of your travel itinerary; dial *131# and select “payments”, then “ticket payment”, then “Air Niugini” and follow the prompts and the customer receives an SMS confirmation of the transaction.


  • Thank you very much for air new guinea for giving us citizen of PNG a happy independant travelling offer for visiting our provinces especially our villages.

  • Thank you so much for this decision to offer the special flight but could you specify the application that we could log through to do online bookings on the special fares that you offer to the traveling public.

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