Belau Air

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Belau Air
Founded 1989
Hubs Roman Tmetuchl International Airport
Fleet size 1[1]
Destinations Airai, Peleliu, and Angaur
Headquarters Koror
Website http://www.underwatercolours.com/belauair/
Islander of Belau Air in 2004

Belau Air is a Palauan airline with its headquarters in Koror.[2] Belau Air is the only air carrier operating solely throughout the island nation of Palau, having its hub at Roman Tmetuchl International Airport in the state of Airai nearby the country's main city and former capital Koror. Belau Air currently owns only one small plane, a Cessna 206, which can hold five passengers, and a Robinson R44 helicopter. The service makes daily flights to the Palauan states of Peleliu and Angaur, both of which are small island communities southwest of the state of Koror. The plane is also used for tourism and offers tours throughout Palau's Rock Islands. The airline does not travel internationally, and other airlines are used to travel into and out of Palau. People can also charter flights on Belau Air's airplane and helicopter, as well as learn to fly the helicopter with an instructor.

Shuttle service is provided to transport passengers from the Roman Tmetuchl International Airport in Airai to Koror.

Destinations[edit]

City Country IATA ICAO Airport
Angaur  Palau none none Angaur Airstrip
Koror  Palau ROR PTRO Roman Tmetuchl International Airport [Hub]
Peleliu  Palau none none Peleliu Airfield

Fleet[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2011-07-11. Retrieved 2009-06-28. 
  2. ^ "About Belau Air." Belau Air. Retrieved on July 6, 2010.

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