Spend a holiday in one of the last unexplored places on Earth, teeming with rainforests, surrounded by coral reefs, and with indigenous people whose age-old culture still remains intact today. Book a flight to Papua New Guinea for a trip unlike any other.
It’s a titillating flight on Virgin Blue, which flies from Australia to Papua New Guinea four times a week. Virgin Blue has a great record for punctuality, competing with larger airlines throughout the world. Live2air, streaming live to every personal seatback monitor in Virgin Blue’s planes, offers the latest news, sports, and variety programmes to those who for those who hate to wait. Virgin Voyeur magazine gives readers the full low-down on the coolest celebrities and the hottest destinations. Fashionistas, gamers, and businesspeople alike will enjoy flipping through this mesmerising monthly. More treats are dished out by the V-licious menu, like lamb shank drizzled with Italian sauce, chicken tortilla with Caesar dressing, and creamy roasted pumpkin soup.
“There’s a little something extra on board every Air Niugini flight.” The country’s national airline welcomes visitors with cheery smiles and the highest standards of service all the way from Australia to Papua New Guinea. In-flight cuisine, for example, is prepared in a sanitary way, with tasty results. Sit back and relax with entertainment options like music from Papua New Guinea, comedy shows, and English movies. Paradise magazine gives tourists a peek into exactly that, with articles covering activities, wildlife, and diversity in Papua New Guinea.
Airlines PNG flies from Australia to Papua New Guinea seven times a week offering “pure luxury” on their business class, and “exemplary and professional” staff, as its past customers have said.
These flights land in Jacksons International Airport or Port Moresby Airport.