WASHINGTON, D.C. — Nauru Air Corp., which does business as Nauru Airlines, based in Brisbane, Australia, applied on Oct. 25 for an exemption and foreign air carrier permit to engage in scheduled and chartered foreign air transportation of persons, property and mail between Nauru and the United States. Because Nauru was not able to establish a credible aviation safety oversight authority, Australia, through its Civil Aviation Safety Authority, agreed to provide the necessary regulatory jurisdiction over Nauru Airlines.
Nauru Airlines will initially offer one round-trip flight per week between Nauru and Guam, with the first flight to occur at . . .
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