The airport for Tonga's main tourism hub, in Vava'u, could be massively expanded under the biggest ever infrastructure development seen in the country.
The construction company Raw Mana has revealed plans for a lengthening of the runway at Vava'u Airport, a new terminal, along with solar and wind power systems to run it all.
The planned runway extension would allow direct flights from the United States, the UAE, Japan and China.
The company claims to have the backing of King Tupou VI but no details have yet been revealed about who is paying for the development.
The aim is to bring overseas tourists direct to the parts of Tonga most want to visit, and to facilitate the export of agricultural and marine products.
Don Wiseman asked our Tonga correspondent Kalafi Moala about the planned project and began by asking about the current of Lupepau'u Airport in Vava'u.