Talofa Airways (Apia Faleolo) has announced it has resumed flight operations as of Monday, May 7. The move comes after the Samoan carrier was forced to suspend flights on April 25 following an incident wherein one of its two Turbo Commander 690B's brakes overheated on landing at Apia Faleolo, Samoa.

The Civil Aviation Authority of Samoa has yet to release the findings of its investigation into the incident.

As it stands, Talofa Airways operates scheduled flights from Apia Fagali'i to each of Pago Pago (American Samoa) and Tongatapu (Tonga), from Pago Pago to Tongatapu, and from Apia Faleolo to Pago Pago.