Samoa Airways (OL), Samoa’s new international airline, has outlined its Northern winter schedule as it prepares to launch jet services on 14th November form its hub at Faleolo International Airport (APW).
The schedule consists of six flights from Auckland to Apia (daily except Sunday), six flights from Apia to Auckland (daily except Monday) and two services between Apia and Sydney per week (Thursday and Saturday), and will be valid up to 24th March (2018).
All flights will be operated in the daytie using a 170-seat 2-class Boeing 737-800 with 8 seats in Business Class and 162 seats in the Economy cabin.
Flights are now opened for bookings and passengers can choose from various fares ranging from Fiafia Saver (early bookings) to Fiafia Premium (business class). More information about the various fares on offers can be found on www.SamoaAirways.com
Samoa Airways was formerly known as Polynesian Airlines, founded in 1959 by Captain Sir Reginald Barnewall, an Australian airline captain, and Samoan businessman Eugene Paul.The airline previously operated jet flights linking Samoa with Auckland, Wellington, Sydney, Melbourne, Los Angeles, Honolulu, Nadi, Rarotonga, Papeete, Tongatapu, Niue and Pago Pago