Apia Fagali Airport is a small single terminal in the Samoan capital of Apia and is one of the largest cites. This airport was closed in 2005 because of concerns of noise and safety and then opened again in 2009 with Polynesian Airlines restarting their service flights causing controversy in the nearby areas. Polynesian Airlines does up to four straight flights between Apia and the city of Pago. Apia Fagali Airport is 2,198 feet and 670 meters. The airport is run by the Samoa Airport Authority.
Around Fagali airport there are plenty of things to do, such as visiting the beaches where there are nice clear waters and beautiful white sand beaches. You can also hike in the and view lovely waterfalls, learn about Samoa Cultural Village, scuba dive and view some amazing sea life or just relax in some of the nearest luxury hotels nearby.
Other airlines that has had operated at Apia Fagali Airport include Samoa Airlines, South Pacific Island Airways and Tolafa Airways. With Polynesian Airlines you can find direct flights to this airport from the U.S such as Honolulu Hawaii. Apia Fagali Airport may be a small airport with some features, but guest will sure love the stay at the nearby areas and the relaxation of this beautiful island.