Air Niugini has launched a new amenity kit for incoming Business Class customers on night flights from Singapore, Manila, Hong Kong and Narita.
The amenity kit contains comfort items such as an eye-mask, socks, earplugs, comb, tooth paste and tooth brush.
An impressive addition to the kit is a number of Palmer’s skin-care products.
The Palmer’s collection includes a 30g tube of Cocoa Butter, a sensual and rich lotion that contains Vitamin E to protect and nourish hands and elbows. A 10g tube of Lip Butter is included to protect lips against the dehydrating atmosphere of the air-conditioned cabin.
Also in the kit are 15g tubes of Palmer’s Gentle Daily Cleanser and Palmer’s Daily Facial Lotion are products that assist to refresh, brighten and hydrate the skin, ensuring that Air Niugini Business Class passengers arrive at their destination revitalized and refreshed.
The Palmer’s Collection has been introduced by Air Niugini in collaboration with Trend’s Beauty Products, a Papua New Guinea company established in 1991 that has been at the forefront of developing the hair and beauty industry in Papua New Guinea.
Trends also operates a number of spas in Port Moresby under their Spa Pua trademark and are offering a 50% discount voucher for a 90 minute massage as part of the amenity kit.
Speaking at the launch of the new Business Class amenity kit held at Bacchus Restaurant in Port Moresby, Air Niugini Board Chairman Mr Garth McIlwain said that Air Niugini has embarked on a program of improvement throughout the entire cabin of its international fleet of Boeing 767s.
“We have also introduced new blankets in both Economy and Business Class, and by mid 2013 our customers will see the results of the substantial investment we have made in upgrading cabin seating along with a state-of-the-art in-seat entertainment system” Mr McIlwain said.
Air Niugini also took the opportunity to show case the second phase of its new-look cabin crew uniforms, the result of research carried out following the introduction of the new uniforms in 2010.
“Air Niugini is committed to continuous improvement and to do so we are looking at every aspect of our business to ensure our stakeholders, including the travelling public receive a maximum return on their investment” Mr McIlwain added.
Mr McIlwain also thanked the Board of Air Niugini, the Board and management of IPBC and the Minister for State Owned Enterprises for their support and guidance in improving Air Niugini’s service to the travelling public.