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This island located in Micronesia in the Pacific Ocean is small in size and population, with a single airport - Nauru International Airport (INU). This airport consists of an airline terminal and a stretch of road that serves as a runway. Only Our Airline provides air services to the island, which is the national airline of Nauru. Our Airline provides Nauru with service to Brisbane, Australia and Honiara, the capital of the Solomon Islands. Nauru Civil Aviation Authority is the regulatory body in control of regulating the industry and setting standards in Nauru.
Airports in Nauru
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Chapman Freeborn applies for cargo capacity on routes from Australia to Nauru, PNG and New Caledonia
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Nauru Airlines begins new chapter with new brand & rapid growth despite world’s smallest home market
Nauru Airlines is pursuing the fastest growth in the company’s 18-year history, adding three aircraft during 2014. The government-owned flag carrier also recently completed a rebranding, taking back the Nauru name following an eight year hiatus with the more generic name Our Airline.
The rebranding and growth come as part of an increased focus on its home market. Nauru, the second least populated nation in the world after the Vatican, has a minuscule home market and no tourism.
But Nauru is receiving increased traffic as the island is used by Australia to process asylum seekers offshore. Nauru Airlines also continues to run a niche wet lease and charter business, enabling the carrier to be profitable despite its tiny size and isolated location. In the process it has been able to enhance sub-regional air service links on the long, thin inter-island routes in the south and central Pacific.
This report also covers the role of the Cook Islands' Air Rarotonga.