HEAD OFFICE

Abarao, Tarawa, Republic of Kiribati

Bonriki International Airport (TRW)

Coords: 1 22 47.52N 173 08 45.61E

(+686) 7522 9517, 7529 2518 (Office)

(+686) 7303 8556 

ops.coralsun@gmail.com

(Email for Operations Information )

adm.coralsun@gmail.com

(Email for Charter Quotes and Accounts)

 

 

Coral Sun Airways is an air service provider based in The Republic of Kiribati. Coral Sun Airways is certified to conduct Charter, Airwork and Freight forwarding operations in accordance with part 119/135 of the Kiribati Civil Aviation regulation.

Coral Sun Airways is 100% I-Kiribati owned.

 

  • TO PROVIDE a reliable and affordable air service to the Kiribati Line group (Makin to Arorae).

  • TO OFFER the Locals and Tourism clientele a choice of means of air travel to the entire Kiribati Line group.

  • TO ENHANCE Tourism and promote Business development throughout Kiribati through efficient, cost effective alternative air service.

  • TO INTRODUCE a dedicated weekly freighter air service to all of the islands with attention focused on avoiding Outer island cargo shortage

  • FUTURE FLEET expansion include an air service linking the Line and Phoenix with the Kiribati Line group under a domestic service.


 

Coral Sun Airways complies with all the stringent airworthiness requirements for the issuance of the Air Operator’s Certificate under Part 135 of the Kiribati Civil Aviation regulation. The company is licensed to operate under Regular Pubic Transport (RPT), Charters, Medical Evacuation (Medi-Vac), Freight forwarding and Search and Rescue operations.

AIRWORTHINESS COMPLIANCE

OUR MAIN OBJECTIVES

ABOUT

MEET THE TEAM

Shiufung Jong
CEO/Director
Jeff Jong
Chief Pilot/Operations Manager
George Williams
Pilot
Michael Jong
Pilot
Banian Kiboboua
Chief Engineer

OUR FLEET

Raytheon Beechcraft King Air 200

The Beechcraft Super King Air 200 series is the most versatile aircraft to achieve Coral Sun Aviation’s objectives. Beechcraft Kingair 200 is proven worldwide and is widely used in Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific regions. The Kingair is a 9 seater commuter which can operate to all of the Kiribati’s airstrips with its short field takeoff and landing performance. The low operating cost of the aircraft will provide a more affordable way to travel to the outer islands for the local market.


Seats:  9 Seater
Speed:  260 knots
Range:  1500 Nm
Payload:  1000 kg