Samoa pulls out of air agreement, leaving airline scrambling

One of Talofa Airways Twin Commander aircraft. Picture: RNZI

Samoa’s Talofa Airways has sought an “emergency exemption” from the US Department of Transportation so it can continue operating in and out of neighbouring American Samoa. It comes amid Samoa’s decision to pull out of a multilateral air transport agreement. Until March 9, Samoa had been a signatory along with New Zealand, Tonga, the Cook […]

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