Find Transport expertise in Papua New Guinea

Papua New Guinea’s rugged, mountainous terrain makes road construction challenging, and though the total national road network is over 19,00km, less than 4% is paved. The country is heavily reliant on shipping and water transport. The principal ports are Alotau, Port Moresby, Madang, Wewak, Rabaul, Kieta and Momote. River transport is important for domestic transport of both freight and passengers, and the River Sepik is used for this purpose extensively. The primary international airport is Port Moresby at Jackson Field, and domestic flights operate to all established city centres. The other two airports that function as international gateways are Lae and Mount Hagen. The national carrier, Air Niugini, flies to a number of countries, while several other airlines, like Airlines PNG, operate both international and domestic flights, as well as some charter services. Other airlines, such as Qantas from Australia, offer international connections. As is the case with many government operations, the government is considering the privatisation of Air Niugini.

Transport Infrastructure organisations in Papua New Guinea
Air Niugini
Airlines PNG
Airlink Ltd
Asia Pacific Airlines (PNG) Ltd
Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd
Civil Aviation Authority of PNG
Dolphin Enterprises
Getaway Travel Ltd
Islands Nationair
Jacksons International Airport
Lae - Nadzab Airport
Lae Nadzab Airport
Papua New Guinea Transport Guild
PNG Ports Corporation Ltd
PNG Ports Ltd
Port Moresby - Jacksons International Airport
Premium Travel Services
Qantas Airways Ltd
Scarlet Taxis
South West Air
Streamships Trading Co. Ltd
Tabubil Taxi Services
Tropic Coaches
Tropicair Ltd
Virgin Blue