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Encyclopedia > Air Vanuatu

Air Vanuatu is an airline based at Bauerfield International Airport in Port Vila, Vanuatu.

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History

Not much is known as far as the history of this airline. It is supposed that they began flying shortly after Vanuatu's independence from the United Kingdom in 1980. At one point, the airline used Boeing 727 jets.


IATA Code

Air Vanuatu uses the IATA designator code NF.


Destinations

  • domestic:

25 destinations

Fleet

Livery

All white fuselage with the name Air Vanuatu in dark, the airline's logo in red and a flag of Vanuatu. White tail with the airline's logo in red.



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Here you are, planning to head off to Vanuatu, and you need to know which accommodation to select, what activities you can do when you get there, and a host of other travel information.
The Australian Federation of Travel Agents distributed the Rocket Guide to Vanuatu to all of it's members on the cover of the June issue of Traveller (the AFTA official publication).
The Rocket Guide to Vanuatu will give you a birds-eye view of exactly where each accommodation is located along with information on how to get to it, all it's facilities, activities, points of interest, and live email and website links.
Air Vanuatu - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (180 words)
Air Vanuatu is an airline based in Port Vila, Vanuatu.
The airline was originally formed as New Hebrides Airways and changed its name in 1981 to Air Vanuatu, after independence from the UK and France in 1980.
Vanair was acquired by Air Vanuatu in September 2004.
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