Polynesian Airlines Online Booking System


Polynesian Airlines will be adding two new aircrafts to service the two Samoas in early 2017.
Airline’s General Manager Seiuli Alvin Tuala says that the target is to acquire two new Y12 aircraft to its fleet in early 2017 for flights to American Samoa.
In the meantime, Seiuli says that the Airline will also resume schedule flights later this year from Faleolo International Airport to the Tafuna Airport in the territory.
In another development Polynesian Airlines online booking system is now up and running giving travelers to and from American Samoa a fast and convenient way to book flights.
Founded in 1959, Polynesian Airlines had operated jet flights linking Samoa with Auckland, Wellington, Sydney Kingsford Smith, Melbourne Tullamarine, Nadi, Rarotonga, Papeete, Tongatapu, Niue and Pago Pago regionally as well as Honolulu and Los Angeles International in the United States.
However, with the establishment of Polynesian Blue in 2005 now Virgin Samoa the carrier scaled back its operations focusing on short-haul flights from its Apia Fagali’i airport hub to Pago Pago in American Samoa alongside domestic ad-hoc charters to Maota Savai’i Island and Asau.