The Terminals serves to ensure AVL obligations to Civil Aviation Rule Part 139/140 and ICAO Standards and Recommended Practices are in compliance at all times. The Domestic , VIP Lounge and International Terminals fall under the responsibilities of the AVL Operations and Managed by the Manager Passenger Terminal OPS. The Manager Passenger Terminal OPS ensure the terminal performs its function by utilizing two operational units namely the House Keeping and Customer Service Units and covers oversight on Security via the services of Aviation Security. These units are further strengthen by the AVL Infrastructure and Technical Services via a fault reporting system.
Pekoa Airport is Vanuatu’s second international airport and is owned and operated by AVL Pekoa Airport is under the responsibility of AVL Operations and has an Airport Manager that ensures all Civil Aviation Rule parts of 139/140/171/172 are in compliance at all times. Pekoa runway can facilitate all aircraft types up to Boeing 737-300 series and can receive B737-800 series and larger military aircrafts on load restrictions. Pekoa Airport operates a ARFFS shift on CAT 6 , Technical Services , Flight Information Service, AVSEC and Housekeeping unit.
WG Airport is Vanuatu’s third international airport and is owned and operated by AVL WG Airport is under the responsibility of AVL Operations and has an Airport Manager that ensures Civil Aviation Rule part 139 are in compliance at all times. WG runway can facilitate all aircraft types up to ATR 42 series and can receive ATR 72 series and larger military aircrafts on load restrictions. WG Airport operates a ARFFS shift on CAT 4 and Housekeeping unit.
In the interests of all stakeholders, AVL seeks to be an airport business that is world-class in safety, security and customer service, has sound financial performance, and to be recognised as a good corporate citizen and key contributor to the economy of the Republic of Vanuatu.
Airports Vanuatu Limited is also the provider of the national air traffic services and air navigation system.
Baurfield and Pekoa International Airports are being the main gateway to Vanuatu and are welcoming more than 190,000 international passengers and over 106,000 domestic passengers annually.
Freight volume has increased with the commencement of Air Cargo Carriers in 2009 resulting in over 1,100 tons of freight annually.
There are 6 airlines operating scheduled flights and connecting Vanuatu to 5 countries within the South West Pacific region.
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