American Samoa is served by several international airlines and some private commuter airlines. Regular flights are connecting American Samoa with the rest of the world. Some of these airlines include:
Hawaiian AirwaysTalofa Airways
American AirlinesInter Island Airways
Asia Pacific Airlines
Airports in AMERICAN SAMOA
Pago Pago International Airport- this is the only international airport in American Samoa, also known as Tafuna Airport. It is a public airport located in Pago Pago, about 11.3km away from the city center. It is owned by the American Samoan Government and operated by the Department of Port Administration.
It has two asphalt runways of 3048m and 1158m respectively. As of 2010, the airport handled 68 300 passengers and 6841 aircraft movements. The airport handles international flights to and from the island and regional flights as well as domestic flights.
There are daily inter-island flights between the samosa which are handled but Samoa Airways and Talofa Airways. The airport also serves a cargo airline, Asia Pacific Airlines. The airport has 1 passenger terminal which includes 8 interconnected buildings, 3 Aircraft gates, namely A, B, C, and 3 Aircraft stands.
Fitiuta Airport- this is a public airport located in Fitiuta on the island of Tau. It replaced Tau Airport which was decommissioned. The airport is owned Government of American Samoa. It has one concrete runway of about 975m. The airport handled more than 2000 aircraft operations as of 2002. The airport is served by Samoa Airways.
Ofu Airport- this is a public airport located about 2km away from Ofu village, on Ofu Island. The airport is run and owned by the Government of American Samoa. It has one concrete runway measuring 610m. As of 2004, the airport handled 1944 aircraft operations of which most of them were air taxi flights. It is served by Samoa Airways traveling mainly to Pago Pago.