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.
Parasi airfield, which has been closed for the past 7 years, is now set to re-open with its first flight scheduled for the 8th June 2018.
In a signing ceremony held at the Ministry of Infrastructure Development in Honiara on Monday 25 September 2017, representatives of the disputing parties of the Parasi airfield land came together and signed agreements with the Commissioner of Lands which paved the way for the re-opening of the airfield.
The Ministry of Communication & Aviation with Solomon Islands Postal Corporation together with combined initiative launches the new Solomon Islands Address System. The new system will provide solution for the long-standing challenge from “no address to new address system” and will continue to deliver new and technology-based addresses envisioned to cover the entire nation.
The Civil Aviation Authority of Solomon Islands (CAASI) expects flights to resume soon after the unexpected decision by the current Chief Executive Officer of Solomon Airlines to suspend all airline operations as of 10 am this morning.