PacificFlier the latest international airline to launch in Australia has announced that it will begin services between Brisbane and Micronesia by the end of the month.
With its inaugural service commencing on the 31st of March, just in time for the Easter public holidays, Brisbane through to the Republic of Palau.
“A long time in the planning and making, PacificFlier.com has been able to inaugurate a schedule of charter services with the full backing of the government of the Republic of Palau,” said PacificFlier in a statement.
PacificFlier operates one Airbus A310-300 flown in a two cabin configuration of Economy and Premium Economy. 18 Premium Economy seats offer 54" pitch and 21" width, while the rest of its economy seats offer 32" pitch and 18" width.
Source = e-Travel Blackboard: W.X