Nauru Airlines Expands Its Fleet

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Nauru Airlines has welcomed and blessed the carrier’s 7th aircraft – registration VH-AN2, an 189-seat B737-800 Passenger Aircraft (New Generation).

The blessing of the aircraft took place at the airline’s Brisbane hangar on 22 February, in a moving ceremony conducted by Rev David Deluckner, also a member of the Nauru Airlines Board.

The ceremony was witnessed by His Excellency President David Adeang and the Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs Mr Russ Kun, together with guests and Nauru Airlines staff.  

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Nauru Airlines’ fleet now comprises four passenger and three freighter aircraft:

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