CHRISTCHURCH, New Zealand—Papua New Guinea’s major airline Air Niugini is making progress with a financial turnaround and is ready to begin a major fleet refresh program, a senior executive said. The airline is “now in a position to start looking to the future” by renewing its fleet, and this will be “our priority over the next two-to-three years,” Air Niugini executive manager for network and fleet David Glover said. The carrier will probably concentrate ...

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