This feature request is for the Nauru Airlines 737-300, with the registration VH-PNI. VH-PNI is a 737-36N with the name Itsirir (Itsirir is a bird native to Nauru). VH-PNI is the only aircraft in Nauru Airlines’ fleet to have a name.
Nauru Airlines is an airline based on the island country of Nauru 🇳🇷. The airlines as gone through three names, starting as Air Nauru in 1969, later changing to Our Airlines, and then Nauru Airlines. Nauru has a fleet of 5 aircraft, four 737-300s, and one 737-300F. The airline flies from Yaren, Nauru to four other destinations:
Brisbane Airport (BNE/YBBN)
Marshall Islands 🇲🇭
Marshall Islands International Airport (MAJ/PKMJ)
Nadi International Airport (NAN/NFFN)
Bonriki International Airport (TRW/NGTA)
Their 737-300 seats 130 passengers in a one-class configuration.
The 737-300 is the first of the 737 Classic series. It is a narrow-body jet airliner with a range of 2,275 miles with two CFM56-3B-2 engines. It has a maximum of 149 seats. Vote for the 737-300 here:
I really like the Blue livery on the aircraft. I also like how it is from an underserved region: Oceania and Pacific, but it being on the 737-300 which is an aircraft we do not have yet. However, if IF did work on a 733 I would give this a vote