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Solomon Airlines (IE) seat maps

Solomon Airlines is the national carrier of the Solomon Islands. It was founded in 1962 and is based at Honiara International Airport. The airline was started as a private initiative under the name Megapode and passed ownerships until it was fully acquired by the Solomon Islands government in 1984. Its first aircraft as flag carrier were two De Havilland Twin Otters. Today the airline operates a single A320 aircraft and a single Twin Otter serving over 20 domestic and international destinations. has created and compiled a thorough list of seatmaps of aircrafts that Solomon Airlines operates. Choose an aircraft and click on it to see the seatmaps and all details associated with your seat.

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Check in rules

Solomon Airlines check-in counters open 3 hours prior to departure in Brisbane and Honiara and 2.5 hours before departure in Port Vila and Nadi. All international flights close for check-in 45 minutes before departure.

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Cabin Baggage Allowances: domestic flights - 5kg, 105cm=48(w)+34(h)+23cm(d); international economy - 7kg, 105cm=48(w)+34(h)+23cm(d); international business - 10kg, 115cm=56(w)+36(h)+23cm(d). Checked Baggage Allowances: International Economy - 30kg, International Business - 40kg, Domestic Economy - 16kg.

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Unaccompanied minors

Suppose child or children are aged between 5-11 years of age inclusive and will be traveling without the supervision of a parent or guardian who is fifteen years of older. In that case, they are classified as unaccompanied minor. The service must be booked with your licensed Travel Agent or Solomon Airlines office at least 48 hours before travel, and an “Unaccompanied Minor Form”.

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An infant is a person who has not turned two years of age yet. If booking for an infant who will turn two years of age during the journey, the flights must be booked as a child for the entire journey. Infants must be over seven days old to travel. An adult may travel with a maximum of 2 infants provided. The first must sit on the adult’s lap, while the second must occupy a seat and be restrained in an approved child restraint system.

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Check with the airline's information desk about the rules for transporting pets.

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