Asia Pacific Airlines (PNG)
The airline was established in 1991 and was registered as Fubilan Air Transport between 1996 and 2000. It has 42 employees. the company was part of National Jet Systems and now is part of Cobham Aviation Services.
In the 1990s Cobham brought airline safety standards to regional and remote area operations, through the introduction of airliners such as the turboprop Bombardier DHC8.
2 Bombardier Dash 8 aircraft in Australia and Papua New Guinea.
Cobham has developed "turnkey" transportation systems, including airport management and reservations services, for major Australian infrastructure projects such as Santos's Cooper Basin gas fields at Moomba and Ballera in the heart of Australia, Chevron's Barrow Island operations and for the Ok-Tedi gold and copper mine in Papua New Guinea. 
The Asia Pacific Airline fleet consists of the following aircraft (at March 2007):
- Scheduled destinations for Oktedi Mine
- Papua New Guinea
- Tabubil (Tabubil Airport)
- Port Moresby (Jacksons Airport)
- Lae (Nadzab Airport)
- Madang (Madang Airport)
- Mount Hagen (Kagamuga Airport)
- Goroka (Goroka Airport)
- Wewak (Boram Airport)
- Hoskins[disambiguation needed] (Hoskins Airport)
- Rabaul (Tokua Airport)
- Buka[disambiguation needed] (Buka Airport)
- Kavieng (Kavieng Airport)
- Manus (Momote Airport)
- Alotau (Gurney Airport)
Cobham is the leading provider of contracted aerial passenger and freight services to large civil and government organisations in Australasia. Cobham develop, deliver and support advanced aerospace and defence systems that move information between sensors and decision makers, keep people safe and enhance the capabilities of aerospace and defence platforms. Route Map 
- Flight International 27 March 2007
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