Solomon Airlines’ Dash-8 return to service on 21 December
Posted on December 19, 2016 at 05:10 PM in General News
Solomon Airlines has advised its Dash-8 aircraft is scheduled to return to full service on Wednesday, 21 December 2016.
The aircraft has been temporarily out of service since last week while urgently required spare parts were being sourced from overseas.
A Solomon Airlines spokesperson said the required parts had been sourced more quickly than expected allowing the airline to have the Dash-8 ready for a return to full service by 18 December.
In the interim period services usually operated by the Dash-8 will continue to be operated by the airline’s Twin Otter aircraft.
The spokesperson said the airline again apologised unreservedly to its valued clients for any inconvenience that the situation with the Dash-8 may have caused to their travel plans.
“We would encourage all passengers to stay in touch with us by calling our dedicated toll free telephone number 177 or our sales office on20152 or 20031,“ the spokesperson said.
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