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The Aircalin company opened in 1983. It operates scheduled services to 10 regional destinations, including Japan. Its main base is La Tontouta International Airport, Noumea. The airline is owned by Caisse d'Epargne Group (72%), Agence pour la Desserte aerienne de Nouvelle Caledonie (27%) and others, including staff (1%). It has 390 employees (at March 2007).

Aircalin has Partnerships with Air France on flights between Paris and Noumea, Qantas and Air Austral on flights between Australia and New Caledonia, Air New Zealand on flights between New Zealand and New Caledonia and Korean Air on flights between Noumea and Seoul.

Aircalin has also developed commercial agreements with over 100 airlines companies so as to meet all our passengers’ expectations.

Passangers safety is a priority for AIRCALIN. Hence the company works in close cooperation with the authorities to establish and implement the necessary measures to ensure it.


47, rue de Sebastopol, BP 3736
98846 NOUMEA CEDEX, New Caledonia
New Caledonia

(687) 26 55 00
(687) 26 55 61

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