The Samoan government’s plans to terminate a joint venture with Virgin Australia could open the door for the resumption of international flights by Samoan carrier Polynesian Airlines. Virgin Australia and the Samoan government both have stakes in Virgin Samoa, which operates international services from Apia, the Samoan capital. However, Samoa has notified the Australian carrier that it will be ending this agreement. The Samoan prime minister has indicated that government-owned ...

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