Virgin Samoa, formerly Polynesian Blue, operated services between Samoa, Australia and New Zealand from its base at Apia Faleolo Airport. The carrier was 49% owned by the Samoan government, 49% owned by Virgin Australia and 2% owned by Samoan business interest(s). The carrier was created by a JV agreement between the then Virgin Blue and the Samoan Government and took over the international routes of Polynesian Airlines. The airline ceased operations on 12-Nov-2017 following the expiry of the JV agreement between the Samoan Government and Virgin Group.
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