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Video of Air Marshall Islands Dash-8 airplane arriving at Majikin Islands on Namo Atoll taken in June of 2005. The next stop after Majikin is Majuro Atoll In the video I incorrectly spoke that the plane was manufactured by Dehavilland, but is in fact manufactured by Bombardier.
The spectacular site of Runway 7, Majuro International Airport, Marshall Islands (PKMJ). Waypoints Chart: http://www.gcmap.com/mapui?P=CYBW-KGEG-KPSC-KOTH-PHNL-PKMJ-YBCS&PM=b%3Adisc7%2B%22%25i%25+%28N%22&MS=bm&DU=nm&SG=160&SU=kts Ferrying a new Twin Otter from Calgary, Canada through the USA over the Pacific to Australia via Calgary, Spokane, Pasco, North Bend, Hawaii, Marshall Islands and finally Cairns. This took approximately 45 flying hours over 4 days at an average ground speed of 160 knots at FL120. The aircraft had all the seats removed from the main cabin and stored in the aft and nose baggage compartments to accommodate 3 large fuel bladders. More videos of the Marshall Islands are available on my YouTube channel. DHC-6-400 ferry videos in this series: http://www.youtube.com/w...
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The RMI Government through the Ministry of Resources and Development endorsed a new initiative that started May 1st, 2017. 24 Islands got together to create avenues to market their unique products. 'The One Island One Product' launched on the nations Constitution Day, the concept of this new project is to provide an opportunity to all islands in the RMI to participate in an annual event to showcase their best products. The objective is to enhance the capabilities of our traditional skills to make these products original but at the same time, allow creativity and innovation to a higher standard. Video by VEND CREATIVE http://bit.ly/VendCreative
A comfortable return flight back to Tarawa after spending one night in this outer-island of Kiribati & approximately a 40 min's flight returning to Bonriki International Airport in Tarawa the capital of Kiribati, flight return on AIR-KIRIBATI on the 1st March 2013. You will notice OUR AIRLINE at the end of the video clip at Bonriki Airport arrived 4 days later after my flight booking to the Marshall Islands was cancelled at the last minute from Tarawa on the 25/02/13 due to technical problems & the aircraft still in Brisbane, I wasn't able to re-book due to my length of time here in Tarawa & OUR AIRLINE flight schedules.
Landing at Marshall Islands way out in the Pacific Ocean "Marshall Islands International Airport (IATA: MAJ, ICAO: PKMJ, FAA LID: MAJ), also known as Amata Kabua International Airport, is located in the western part of Rairok on the south side of Majuro Atoll, the capital of the Republic of the Marshall Islands. The airport was built during World War II (1943) on Anenelibw and Lokojbar islets. It replaced Majuro Airfield, a coral-surfaced airstrip at Delap Island near the eastern end of Majuro Atoll that had been originally constructed by Japanese occupation forces in 1942."(Wikipedia 2016)
By: Nikita Espangel The board of the state owned airline company, Air Marshall Islands, has identified and recommended the purchase of a 25 year old German dornier plane. The purchase has been the topic of much debate in the 34th session of the Marshalls Islands parliament, the Nitijela, which commenced earlier this month. Among the issues raised is the financial state of the airline, which has reported heavy financial losses over the years, being one of the state owned enterprises in the country taking out loans from the Asia Development Bank to pay off its loans. With the plane costing around a million and a half, many ask where the airline will find money to buy the plane, given that on top of its financial losses, it has also been court-ordered to pay retirement benefits owed ...