Modern upgrades to airport terminal resolves years of passengers’ complaints, says Deputy PM

Kuo 'asi ha fakalelei fakaonopooni pea lahi 'aupito 'i he tū'uta'anga pāsese ki he mala'e vakapuna fakavaha'apule'anga Fua'amotu' pea ko e ngāue 'eni 'a e pule'anga ke solova ha lāunga kuo 'i he ta'u 'e 5 mei he kau pāsese' koe'uhi ko e 'efi'efi 'a e teminolo' kae 'alu ke lahi ange kau pāsese'. Fakatatau ki he Tokoni Palēmia' Sēmisi Sika ko e fakalelei ko 'eni' 'oku mei liunga tolu 'i he lahi 'o e loto teminolo motu'a' 'o lele mei he holouei', 'imikuleisini', kasitomu, ma'u'anga uta', seki'ini' pea pehē ki he loki mavahe'anga ki vakapuna'.

Modern upgrades to the Fua’amotu international airport terminal have been made to resolve five-year old complaints from international passengers, Deputy Prime Minister Sēmisi Sika said today. The areas for luggage claims and immigration services were too small, Hon. Sika said. More complaints were made after Air New Zealand began using its Boeing 777. When the…


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