Non-stop flights from Port Moresby (POM)Last updated on: 03-30-2020
Port Moresby Airport (IATA: POM, ICAO: AYPY), also known as Jacksons International Airport (Port Moresby Airport), is the largest airport in Papua New Guinea. It is Papua New Guinea's main international airport and serves the area of Port Moresby. Port Moresby Airport has non-stop passenger flights scheduled to 32 destinations in 8 countries.
At present, there are 22 domestic flights from Port Moresby.
The longest flight from Port Moresby POM is a 3,155 mile (5,078 km) non-stop route to Tokyo NRT. This direct flight takes around 6 hours and 45 minutes and is operated by Air Niugini.
Airlines flying from Port Moresby
In total there are 5 airlines flying from and to Port Moresby. Those carriers are:
Popular destinations from Port Moresby
Below you can find a list of the most popular destinations from Port Moresby, based on the number of scheduled flights for this month.
Alternative airports near Port Moresby
There is one alternative airport to Port Moresby (POM) within a range of 125 miles (200 km), which is Popondetta (PNP).
Intercontinental flights from Port Moresby
There are intercontinental flights operating from Jacksons International Airport (Port Moresby Airport) (POM) between Port Moresby and Japan, Eastern Asia and South-Eastern Asia.
Please note that there are no direct services between Port Moresby and Europe, the United States, Canada, Southern America, Central America, the Carribean, Africa, the Middle-East, Southern Asia, China or Central Asia.
Non-stop flights from Port Moresby to Japan
Air Niugini is currently the only airline flying non-stop from Port Moresby to Japan. They fly seasonal to Tokyo (NRT).
Non-stop flights from Port Moresby to East Asia
Air Niugini is currently the only airline flying non-stop from Port Moresby to Eastern Asia. They fly year-round to Hong Kong (HKG).
Non-stop flights from Port Moresby to South-East Asia
Air Niugini: year-round to Manila (MNL) and Singapore (SIN).
Philippine Airlines: year-round to Manila (MNL).