These are two Boeing 737 and a Fokker 100.
Board Chairman, Sir Frederick Reiher when commenting on the event says, Air Niugini has forged the partnership with the 2015 Pacific Games, to promote this event in the regions they operate in, including Australia, Asia and the Pacific.
This means Air Niugini will promote the Games for a year and a half.
Air Niugini's Chief Executive Officer Simon Foo, says they are proud to take the lead in promoting the event, as they will be responsible for the movement of the 4,500 participants attending the Games from July 4th to the 18th.
Sports Minister Justin Tkatchengko says, he is pleased with the partnership which is part of the many developments taking place and will leave a lasting legacy for the country.
This will be PNG's third time to host the games; the first was in 1969, followed by the 1991 South pacific Games.
The event is held every 4 years.