Official Press Statements and news updates from the Ministry of Communication and Aviation are issued by The Corporate Service’s Human Resources Unit. This is done in consultation with the Permanent Secretary of the MCA.
The Solomon Islands will see a new State-Owned Enterprise (‘SOE’) emerge.
As part of a Government reform program in the aviation sector, 10 Government operated Airfields including Honiara and Munda International Airports currently managed under the Ministry of Communication and Aviation (‘MCA’) will be transferred across to Solomon Islands Airports Corporation Limited (‘SIACL’).
A delay to the project planning due to the COVID 19 outbreak in 2020 and the subsequent travel restrictions that pushed back the actual construction work to early 2021 did not deter the Government and People of Japan in delivering the Honiara International Airport Project on time especially before Solomon Islands hosts the Pacific Games in November.
Kokopo, East New Britain Province, Papua New Guinea: Pacific ICT Ministers have been called upon to work towards a Smart Pacific, One Voice. Heads of information and communication technologies (ICT) government agencies from eleven Pacific Island countries and two observers made the call at the inaugural Pacific ICT Dialogue held in Kokopo, East New Britain Province, Papua New Guinea under the theme "Smart Pacific One Voice" where a proposal by Papua New Guinea to host a meeting of the Pacific ICT Ministers in Papua New Guinea later in the year was also endorsed.