The Fagali’I Airport is located in the village of Fagali’I on the island of Upolu in Samoa. It is operated by the Samoa Airport Authority. It is an important part of the transportation options that are available in and around Samoa’s capital, Apia, and it has been so since its reopening in 2009.
There are several airlines that have operated from the airport according to expedia.com. Among these are Polynesian Airlines, Talofa Airways, South Pacific Island Airways, and Samoa Air.
While the airport is not the largest in the region, it is nevertheless an airport that plays a significant role in travel within Samoa. Fagali’I Airport allows for easy access to internal flights between Samoa’s islands. It also offers some international flights.
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The airport is conveniently located. Fagali’I Airport is near hotels as well as the host of attractions and activities that the city of Apia and the surrounding region have to offer. Among the area’s various attractions are the Museum of Samoa, the Robert Louis Stevenson Museum, Piula Cave Pool, Falefa Falls, Upolu, Palolo Deep Marine Reserve, and Papaseea Sliding Rocks. Among the many activities that visitors to the area can enjoy are swimming, snorkeling, photography, picnicking, and much more.
The location also makes the Fagali’I Airport a convenient choice for those seeking to get to or from Samoa’s sole university, the National University of Samoa, or one of the other post-secondary schools that are located on the island. Among these post-secondary institutions is a campus of the University of the South Pacific’s School of Agriculture.