Explore the Fagali’i Airport on Upolu Island

Surrounded by a beautiful, mesmerizing natural scenery shrouded in mystery, the Fagali single strip airport is located on the Upolu Island in Samoa. It was owned by the Samoan government, but now Polynesian Airlines, which owns Samoa Airways, operates it. Located about 10 minutes from a Western Union, fabulous hotels, seaside resorts, and a money exchange service, this island attracts curious tourist who wants to explore nature the right way.

There are only a few airline choices when flying into the Fagali airport. You can find the flight schedules on travel websites such as Expedia and TripAdvisor. The only two airlines operating out of this airport are Talofa Airways and Samoa Airways. Both operate twin-engine aircrafts capable of fitting up to 10 passengers with service several times a week. Just ask the locals about departing times.

Many travelers visit this island to get in tune with themselves and experience a stress free life. They love the hypnotic feel of the nature around them. Although Talofa Airways only have one destination from Fagali Airport, and Samoa Airways operate to different parts of the world, including Australia, New Zealand, and Asia.

The non-stop flights are between the Faleolo International Airport, located on the same island, and Pago Pago on the American Samoa Island. At one point the Fagali airport was closed due to loud noises and environmental issues, but reopen because travelers needed this service.

Many people love this island for the crystal clear water, lush green palm trees, and the breathtaking rainforest at the cusps of a soothing ocean teaming with aquatic sealife. Sometimes tourists embark on epic excursions to see majestic waterfalls and explore the surrounding wilderness. Although there are some civil disputes between certain cities and villages, the island is very safe to travel.

Learn More: www.cheapflights.com/flights-to-Fagalii/

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