Getting Here

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25 Minutes

ROTA TO SAIPAN

50 Minutes

GUAM TO SAIPAN

35 Minutes

GUAM TO ROTA

2 Hours

GUAM TO PALAU

100 Minutes

GUAM TO YAP

2 Hours

GUAM TO CHUUK

80 Minutes

CHUUK TO POHNPEI

60 Minutes

POHNPEI TO KOSRAE

70 Minutes

KOSRAE TO KWAJALEIN

55 Minutes

KWAJALEIN TO MAJURO

Saipan

Three Islands, Three Times the Fun

Tinian

Three Islands, Three Times the Fun

Rota

Three Islands, Three Times the Fun

Guam

Where America’s Day Begins

Yap

The Only Place on Earth Where Nature is in Harmony with the People, Culture, and Tradition

Palau

Experience the Wonders of Palau…Rainbows End

Chuuk

Diver’s Haven

Pohnpei

The Garden Island of Micronesia

Kosrae

The Jewel of Micronesia

Kwajalein

Pearl of the Pacific

Majuro

Pearl of the Pacific



 

Guam

Guam is located in close proximity to many Asian countries including Japan, Korea, Philippines, Hong Kong, China and Taiwan. The average travel time from Guam to key Asian cities is 3.5 to 4.5 hours. Travel time to Hawaii is 7 hours. Air service to Guam is provided by United Airlines, Delta Airlines, Japan Airlines, China Airlines, Philippine Airlines and Korean Air with most direct flights to many destinations in Asia, the United States and islands in the Pacific. 


Northern Mariana Islands

Saipan

International flights are provided by the following airlines:

Delta Airlines (www.delta.com)

From Japan – Tokyo/Narita

Asiana Airlines (www.flyasiana.com)

From Korea – Incheon and Busan

From Japan – Osaka (seasonal basis)

Cape Air (United Airlines Connection, www.united.com)

From Guam - China is served on a regular charter basis from Shanghai, Guangzhou and Beijing.  The international airlines listed here offer connecting flights to virtually all major cities worldwide.  Domestic commuters are run by Cape Air, Freedom Air, and STAR Marianas Air.  For car rental, a U.S. driver's license can be used; foreign visitors can use their home country licenses for up to 1 month.  Shuttle buses are available from most hotels and Duty-Free Shopping Galleria in Garapan.  Taxis are available, and many hotels offer airport pick-up and drop-off.

Note:  Since airline schedule changes, it is best to check with each airline or with your travel agent for current schedule.


Tinian

International flights are provided by the following airlines:

Delta Airlines (www.delta.com)

From Japan – Tokyo/Narita

Asiana Airlines (www.flyasiana.com)

From Korea – Incheon and Busan

From Japan – Osaka (seasonal basis)

Cape Air (United Airlines Connection, www.united.com)

From Guam - China is served on a regular charter basis from Shanghai, Guangzhou and Beijing.  The international airlines listed here offer connecting flights to virtually all major cities worldwide.  Domestic commuters are run by Cape Air, Freedom Air, and STAR Marianas Air.  For car rental, a U.S. driver's license can be used; foreign visitors can use their home country licenses for up to 1 month.  Shuttle buses are available from most hotels and Duty-Free Shopping Galleria in Garapan.  Taxis are available, and many hotels offer airport pick-up and drop-off.

Note:  Since airline schedule changes, it is best to check with each airline or with your travel agent for current schedule.


Rota

International flights are provided by the following airlines:

Delta Airlines (www.delta.com)

From Japan – Tokyo/Narita

Asiana Airlines (www.flyasiana.com)

From Korea – Incheon and Busan

From Japan – Osaka (seasonal basis)

Cape Air (United Airlines Connection, www.united.com)

From Guam - China is served on a regular charter basis from Shanghai, Guangzhou and Beijing.  The international airlines listed here offer connecting flights to virtually all major cities worldwide.  Domestic commuters are run by Cape Air, Freedom Air, and STAR Marianas Air.  For car rental, a U.S. driver's license can be used; foreign visitors can use their home country licenses for up to 1 month.  Shuttle buses are available from most hotels and Duty-Free Shopping Galleria in Garapan.  Taxis are available, and many hotels offer airport pick-up and drop-off.

Note:  Since airline schedule changes, it is best to check with each airline or with your travel agent for current schedule.


Palau

As you arrive in Palau, a flight through the clouds offers a panoramic view of the dazzling coral seas and lush green islands. The Republic of Palau is easily accessible by way of flights by the following airlines:

United Airlines with daily flight direct from Guam, and 2 flights a week direct from Manila, Philippines.

Delta Air Lines with 3 flights a week direct from Narita, Japan to Palau.

Asiana Airlines with 4 flights a week direct from Seoul (Incheon), Korea to Palau.

Korean Air with 2 to 3 flights a week direct from Seoul (Incheon), Korea to Palau.

China Airlines with 4 flights a week direct from Taipei, Republic of China (Taiwan) to Palau.

Palau Airways with 3 flights a week direct from Taipei, Republic of China (Taiwan) to Palau; and 2 flights a week direct from Hong Kong to Palau.

Japan Airlines with regular charter flights direct from Kansei, Japan and Narita, Japan to Palau.


The Federated States of Micronesia

Yap

Travel to Yap is available via United Airlines.


Chuuk

Travel to Chuuk is available via United Airlines.


Pohnpei

Travel to Pohnpei is available via United Airlines through Guam and Hawaii. United Airline is the only international carrier for Pohnpei.  Click here for more information.


Kosrae

Getting to Kosrae is near the equator in the central Pacific (5 degrees North and 163 degrees East) Kosrae is on the United Airlines Island Hopper route (flight UA172 from Guam and flight UA153 from Honolulu) which travels 4 times a week between Hawaii and Guam.


Marshall Islands

Services (by air) are provided by United Airlines from Guam and Honolulu on a weekly basis. Our Airline provides services from the ‘south route’ from Nauru and the Kiribati islands.