|Owner(s)||Harvian Islands Government (80%), Harry Walton (15%), George Adams (5%)|
In 1979 the local government published a plan how to improve transport. They agreed that establishing an air company was the best option for spending their money on. So they builded a airport (which was finished in 1986), and founded a airline. Until the airport was finished all their flights started and ended at a temporary airstrip. Since 2004 there are talks about privatizing the airline.
Passenger flights Edit
The company serves within the Pacific region, and maintains lines to California, both Samoa's, Hawaii, Canada, Japan, Micronesia, Australia and New Zealand.
Cargo flights Edit
The company serves within the Pacific region and Southeast Asia, and maintains lines to California, both Samoa's, Hawaii, Canada, Japan, Micronesia, Indonesia, Australia, Papua New Guinea, Singapore, Malaysia, India and New Zealand.
Maintenance of airports Edit
|Infrastructure of the Harvian Islands|
|Airports: Port Philip International Airport - Reefs District Airport - Northern District Airport - HarviAir|
|Road Traffic: Carriageway 1 - Carriageway 2 - Carriageway 3 - Carriageway 4 - Carriageway 5 - Carriageway 6 - Carriageway 7 - Carriageway 8 - Carriageway 9 - Carriageway 10 - Carriageway 11 - Carriageway 12 - Harvian Islands Road System|
|Rail traffic: Leeward Island Railway - Harvian Railroads Company|
|Water traffic: Unified Harvian Ferries - List of UHF routes|