AirPlurinesia

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AirPlurinesia is the regional carrier for the southern Plurinesian archipelago. It is based on the island of Ste. Marie, at Ste. Marie International Airport.

The current company was established in 2000, after a re-organisation of the former Plurinesian Airlines.


Aircraft:

Currently, the company owns the following aircraft:

- Watanabe W29b: 4 airplanes.

- Watanabe W34b and -c: 6 airplanes.

- Watanabe W36b: 2 airplanes.


All Routes - International Destinations

Airport Country Frequency WAAT code Notes
Cocos Island International Airport Flag of Cocus Island.svg Cocus Island 2x daily AP011/012(b) via Ma'akuha
Zuiland Luchthaven, Tingheng Denghio 2x daily AP021/022(a) all flights come from / continue to Carispoole
Carispoole Airport SamiloorFlag110815.png Samiloor 2x daily AP021/022(b) via Zuiland
Itacolomi Airport Flag itc1.png Cariocas 1x daily AP051/052(a) all flights come from / continue to Talago Intl
Taiago International Flag-of-Delta.PNG Neo Delta 1x daily AP051/052(b) via Itacolomi
Ohimeno-Kahele Airport Lonowai District, GobrassanyaFlag01.png Gobrassanya 1x daily AP101-111/102-112(a) all flights come from / continue to Kaiwoon or Gobras City
Khaiwoon International Airport Khaiwoon flag.png Khaiwoon 3x weekly AP101/102(b) via Chimeno-Kahele
Gobras City International World Port GobrassanyaFlag01.png Gobrassanya 4x weekly AP111/112(b) via Chimeno-Kahele
Porton International Lost country.png Riko 3x weekly AP201/202
Zylanda International Airport FLAGZYL.png Zylanda 3x weekly AP301/302
Map of AP routes.