Flying on another carrier to join your Nauru Airlines Flight
If you are planning to fly to or from one of our ports on another carrier in conjunction with your Nauru Airlines flight please take note of this important information.
- Arriving on another carrier before you commence your journey with Nauru Airlines:
International Carrier to Nauru Airlines Flight
You will need to collect all of your checked baggage when you arrive at the port where you will join our flight. Once you have completed Customs, Immigration and Quarantine formalities you should then proceed to our check-in counters to check-in for your flight. You will receive your Boarding Pass and checked Baggage receipts for every bag that you check in for your Nauru Airlines flight. Check-in opens 3 hours before your flight is scheduled to depart. Check-in closes 1 hour before the scheduled departure time. Please ensure you allow sufficient time to complete check-in, government and immigration formalities so that you are at the boarding gate 30 minutes before departure.If you are transiting through Brisbane International Terminal and check-in for your Nauru Airlines Flight at the Departure Gate and you advise our gate staff that you have checked baggage, please be advised that your checked baggage from your inbound flight may not travel on the same flight as you. This is because of the short lead time we have to locate your bags from the other carrier and process them onto your Nauru Airlines flight. If this happens, we will arrange for the bags to travel on the next available flight. In these circumstances Nauru Airlines is not responsible for any compensation.
Domestic Carrier to Nauru Airlines Flight
You will need to collect all of your checked baggage when you arrive at the port where you will join our flight. Once you have collected your bags you should then proceed to the International Terminal check-in counters to check-in for your flight. You will receive your Boarding Pass and checked Baggage receipts for every bag that you check in for your Nauru Airlines flight. Check-in opens 3 hours before your flight is scheduled to depart. Check-in closes 1 hour before the scheduled departure time. Please ensure you allow sufficient time to complete check-in, government and immigration formalities so that you are at the boarding gate 30 minutes before departure.
- Departing on another carrier after you finish your journey with Nauru Airlines:-You will need to collect all of your checked baggage when you arrive at the port where you complete your Nauru Airlines flight. Complete Customs, Immigration and Quarantine formalities and you are ready to continue your journey on your chosen airline.
Note: Nauru Airlines does not have provision to transfer baggage to/from non Nauru Airlines flights.
Check in times
Check-in for all flights opens 3 hours before the scheduled departure time and closes 1 hour prior to departure.
We ask that you arrive at the airport to complete check-in and immigration formalities as early as possible, but no later than 1.5 hours before the flight. You will also need to be at the boarding gate no later than 30 minutes before the stated departure time. This will assist us in getting the flight away on time and minimising any delays and inconvenience to yourself and your fellow passengers.
Passport and Visa Requirements
A number of ports to which we fly to require passengers to hold a valid passport and in some cases, for the country you are going to or transiting through, a valid visa. When applying for a visa please remember to ensure your personal information that you provide for your visa is exactly as it appears in your passport.
You should also check to ensure that you have sufficient time remaining on your passport before it runs out. Generally you will need to have least 6 months remaining on your passport after your journey finishes. Please check the country requirements that you are flying to or transiting through. If you are unsure as to whether or not you will require a visa please contact the appropriate office listed below. It is the passengers responsibility to arrange their own visas. Nauru Airlines is required to sight passenger passport and visa at check-in. If you don’t have all of the required travel documentation such as visas etc. Nauru Airlines will not be able to uplift you for your flight.
Don’t forget when making your booking to enter your passport (and visa) details exactly as they appear in your passport.
At Check-in you will be asked to show a ticket that shows you travelling on that date. Tickets showing any other date will not be accepted. All flight changes must be made with Reservations in line with the conditions attached to your fare. A copy of the conditions are sent with every e-ticket purchased.
As some ports require a return ticket you may also be required to present a ticket showing your onward journey.
Tickets may be present either on paper or on an electronic device.
A number of ports to which we fly to require passengers to hold a valid visa. If you are unsure as to whether or not you will require a visa please contact the appropriate office listed below. It is the passengers responsibility to arrange their own visas. Nauru Airlines is required to sight the visa at check-in. If you don’t have the appropriate visas you will be refused boarding.
Level 3, 99 Creek Street Brisbane Queensland 4000 Australia
T + 61 7 3220 3040
F +61 7 3220 3048
The following maximum allowances apply for Carry-on Baggage for all Nauru Airlines International Travel:
|Cabin||Total Combined Weight Allowance||Maximum Dimensions**|
|Business||10kg||48(l) x 34(h) x 23(d) cm ##|
|Economy||7kg||48(l) x 34(h) x 23(d) cm ##|
|Fare Type||Weight Allowance|
Travelling with Children & Infants
Adults accompanying infants are entitled to check-in one stroller, bassinet or car seat. If any of these items are used to board the aircraft these items will be stowed in the hold after boarding.
Passengers accompanying an infant are welcome to bring sufficient baby food onboard for the flight. However, if you would prefer to request an Infant meal please contact reservations on +61 7 3229 6455 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Flying while pregnant
For routine pregnancies, you can travel up to the end of the 36th week for single pregnancies and the end of the 32nd week for multiple pregnancies (e.g. twins).
Medical clearance is required if you are having complications with your pregnancy (that is, if the pregnancy is not routine).
After 28 weeks, you need to carry a certificate or letter from a registered medical practitioner or registered midwife confirming:
- the estimated date of delivery
- whether it is a single or multiple pregnancy
- that the pregnancy is a routine pregnancy and that there are no complications with the pregnancy
The following information may assist passengers requiring mobility assistance including passengers travelling with Mobility Aids, Wheelchairs and other Assistive Devices.
- Walking Canes, Crutches and Walking Frames
- Mobility Aids and Wheelchairs
- Making a Booking
- Mobility Aid Size Restrictions
Assistance with special needs
We recognise that passengers may require assitance when travelling. Please contact us at email@example.com to ensure we can accommodate your requirements.
Passengers can request special meals to meet their dietary or religious requirements. Please advise your travel agent or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Nauru Airlines utilizes Boeing 737 aircraft in a two class layout, business and economy.
For travellers wishing the extra comfort of even greater surrounding space than our Economy flyer seats already provide, Nauru Airlines business class is for you.