Samoa government renews landing rights for Island Airways
Updated at 12:15 pm on 17 January 2008
The Samoa government has renewed the landing rights for American Samoa-based Inter Island Airways.
The current Foreign Operation Certificate was due to expire tomorrow.
A new certificate to land at Faleolo International Airport in Samoa has now been issue and is valid for a year.
The certificate authorizes Inter Island Air to operate on demand charter flights for both passengers and goods.
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