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Getting to Kiribati



Kiribati is an isolated nation. Getting to and from Kiribati is difficult and there is limited access. Due to the isolation the main way to access Kiribati is via scheduled air services.

Kiribati has 2 International airports and they are located on Tarawa and Kiritimati Islands.

As well as limited schedules the airfares to and from Kiribati are relatively expensive by international standards.

Getting to Tarawa

Fiji Airways flies from Nadi to Tarawa twice a week (Monday and Thursday). The trip lasts approximately 3 hours.

Fiji Airways flies from Tarawa to Nadi twice a week (Monday and Thursday). The trip lasts approximately 3 hours.

Our Airline (Air Nauru) flies from Brisbane to Tarawa (via Nauru and the Marshall Islands) every week (Sunday). The trip lasts approximately 9 hours.

Our Airline flies from Tarawa to Brisbane (via the Marshall Islands and Nauru) every week (Monday). The trip lasts approximately 9 hours.

Getting to Kiritimati

Fiji Airways flies from Nadi to Kiritimati once a week (Wednesday). The trip lasts approximately 4 and a half hours.

Fiji Airways flies from Kiritimati to Nadi once a week (Wednesday). The trip lasts approximately 5 and a half hours.

Fiji Airways flies from Honolulu to Kiritimati once a week (Tuesday). The trip lasts approximately 3 and a quarter hours.

Fiji Airways flies from Kiritimati to Honolulu once a week (Wednesday). The trip lasts approximately 3 and a quarter hours.