Category Travel

Tourist arrivals fall 48.6 per cent due to Covid-19

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The number of tourist arrivals in Solomon Islands fell 48.6 per cent in the first quarter of 2020 due to impact of coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic worldwide and in our region, the Solomon Islands National Statistics Office said, Wednesday 3June. Government…

Attorney General clarifies 7 exempted persons

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ATTORNEY General John Muria Junior has clarified that the seven people that were exempted upon arrival during the first repatriation flight early this week were Australian based aircrew. Mr Muria said the seven people were exempted under the Emergency Powers…

Solomon Airlines extends suspension of international flights

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– Scheduled international passenger services suspended until 15 July 2020 – Approved international charter and cargo flights still possible – Domestic flights within Solomon Islands continue Following the 27 March announcement that Solomon Airlines scheduled international passenger flights will be suspended…

EFFORTS TO ASSIST FAMILIES OF MV TAIMAREHO ACCIDENT CONTINUES

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The government is continuing with efforts to assist families and to resolve outstanding issues surrounding the tragic and unnecessary loss of 27 innocent lives from aboard the MV Taimareho on April 3 during Tropical Cyclone Harold.The Ministry of Infrastructure Development…

A message from the Tourism Solomons team

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Solomons Is. Still here – Solomons Is. Still smiling But no kam yet plis We Solomon Islanders have an innate ability to smile through even the darkest of days. And there’s nothing that makes us happier than an opportunity to…