SolAir existing ticket credit policy extended for travel until 30 June 2023


Solomon Airlines has extended the airline’s credit policy for valid tickets impacted by the continuing suspension of scheduled international flights.

Pending recommencement of regular scheduled international flying, the airline has confirmed it will now allow existing credits valid for travel until 1 December 2022, to be used towards a new airfare for travel until 30 June 2023.

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Solomon Airlines is now operating weekly Friday flights on the Brisbane-Honiara-Brisbane route with Government approved limited passenger seating capacity on these services.

The airline will re-introduce regular scheduled flights to other international destinations as permitted. Government approved commercial international charter flights are also continuing and Solomon Airlines is operating regular scheduled services to all 23 destinations in the Solomon Islands domestic network.

The airline’s regular international flight schedule is currently suspended to 26 March 2022 due to continuing international border restrictions. All previously booked passengers have been notified. For up-to-date details on the current status of travel to the Solomon Islands visit Solomon Airlines Travel Advice page via the link: All Solomon Airlines flights comply fully with the COVID-19 regulations of the relevant countries including all passengers being required to wear facemasks in all airports and for the full duration of the flight.

Solomon Airlines crew onboard the airline’s A320 aircraft also wear facemasks and gloves for the duration of service and catering is minimal to reduce contact between passengers and crew.

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