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Panau Air a.k.a. Panau Airlines Co. is an airline company in Just Cause 2.
Panau air logo

Panau Air Logo.


Panau Air is Panau's Flag Carrier (national airline).
Aeroliner 474

The Panau Air livery on an Aeroliner 474.

Its main airport is the Panau International Airport. The fleet consists of Aeroliner 474s in green, yellow, blue, or red color schemes.

All aircraft that take off at airports, are programmed to rise to a certain height and then continue flying forever, in a straight line. So in that sense, all fights are international. 

Panau Air could be one of the cheapest airlines in the world, mainly because it's a Panauan government business.

It could be based on various Asian carriers including Thai Airways, both the older and government schemes, and Air Koryo, the flag carrier of North Korea, which is the only airline flying to the country.

Possible domestic destinationsEdit

Main article: Airports in Panau.

All airports in Panau are controlled by the Panau Military, so it's usual for them all to be full of soldiers and some military vehicles.

The Aeroliner 474s never land in Panau, indicating that they're only used for international travel. The other domestic "civilian" airports only have smaller aircraft.

Airport X Y
Panau International Airport 9750 12800
Paya Luas Airport 28430 5970
Banjaran Gundin Airport 11700 5100
Kem Udara Wau Pantas 22165 23240
Pulau Dayang Terlena Airport 4470 21180


  • All Panau Air pilots are actually Panauan Air Force pilots.
  • Strangely, the pilots in the passenger jets are dressed like everyday soldiers, just like the pilots of military jets. This is very strange, because as revealed in the mission Airport Troubles, the game does actually have character models with real pilot uniforms. At high altitude oxygen is scarce, so the pilots would need proper gear to survive. This must mean that even the smallest Panauan aircraft have pressurized cabins.
  • Strangely there are three different coloured liveries, all going on the same route. This is odd for an airline. One explanation could be that the different colours represent different branches of the airline, although nothing other than the colour changes with the variations.
  • There are never any actual passengers in the jets, other than in a few missions that involve getting someone to a plane, or flying a plane with someone in it.
    • One such example is Airport Troubles, when you have to bring someone called Little Guy to the Roaches and he is in a Cassius 192. Ultimately his fate is left to the player as the Roaches found a new Korean hacker.