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Our Airline has officially rebranded to Nauru Airlines. Please visit our page on Nauru Airlines for more information on this airline, including its destinations, cabin classes, baggage allowances, check-in times and more.
Our Airline, now known as Nauru Airlines, was a regional airline based in the Republic of Nauru, a small island nation in the Central Pacific. It operated scheduled passenger and cargo services within the Pacific region as well as charter flights.
Our Airline was first known as Nauru Airlines / Air Nauru, then it was renamed to Our Airline in 2006 and then renamed again to Nauru Airlines in 2014. Air Nauru initially served as the national carrier for the Republic of Nauru. It focused on connecting Nauru with Australia, Guam and other neighbouring islands before expanding its operations to Fiji, Kiribati, Marshall Islands, Solomon Islands and Vanuatu.
In 2005, Air Nauru rebranded to Our Airline in order to broaden the airline's market appeal. Under this name, the airline continued to operate scheduled flights and charters across the Pacific region. In 2014, Our Airline rebranded back to Nauru Airlines to reflect the airline's strong tries with Nauru.
When flying with Our Airline, passengers were allowed to bring one piece of carry-on baggage and one personal item.
The carry-on baggage couldn't weigh more than 7kg (15 lbs) or exceed the maximum dimensions of 48 x 34 x 23cm.
Economy Class passengers were allowed one or two pieces of checked baggage, each weighing no more than 23kg (50 lbs). Business Class passengers were permitted a larger allowance, however, this may have varied depending on the route and fare type.
Our Airline didn't have an online check-in procedure.
Our Airline passengers could check in at the airport 3 hours before the flight was scheduled to depart and close 1 hour before departure.
Economy Class was the standard cabin class available on Our Airline flights. It offered comfortable seating, complimentary snacks and beverages, in-flight entertainment and standard baggage allowance.
Business Class was also available on flights with Our Airline. It offered a premium travel experience with enhanced amenities and services such as more spacious seating arrangements, extra legroom, better meal options, priority check-in and extra baggage allowances.
Depending on the aircraft and route, in-flight entertainment was available on most Our Airline flights.
Seatback screens available on some aircraft would allow passengers to enjoy a selection of movies, TV shows, documentaries and music. Overhead screens were also available on aircraft without personal seatback screens.
Our Airline offered complimentary snacks and beverages on board. This included a choice of main courses, snacks and a selection of soft drinks, juices, tea, coffee and alcoholic beverages.
Before rebranding back to Nauru Airlines, Our Airline operated flights to several destinations in the Pacific region including Australia, Fiji, Kiribati, Marshall Islands, Solomon Islands and Vanuatu.
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Nauru International Airport is the primary international airport serving the Republic of Nauru in Micronesia. It has a single terminal building serving both domestic and international flights. Nauru Airlines is the only airline that utilises this airport, connecting the island to Brisbane, Honiara, Majuro, Nadi, Phnpei and Tarawa.
Before rebranding to Nauru Airlines, Our Airline had a fleet consisting of the Boeing 737-300 and Boeing 737-400 aircraft.
The Boeing 737-300 could seat up to 149 passengers and was ideal for regional/short-haul routes. The Boeing 737-400 offers a slightly larger seating capacity of up to 168 passengers.