American Samoa

Region: Southwest Pacific


American Samoa, an unincorporated territory of the United States, is part of the Samoan Islands chain. The territory has a total of four airports, two of which have paved runways catering for both short and long-haul services. The main airport is Pago Pago International Airport (PPG), also referred to as Tafuna International airport, which is government-owned. The other three are Fitiuta, Ofu and Tau airports. Tau is the only airport in American Samoa that accepts only private flights. Polynesian Airlines, the dominant carrier, operates frequent flights from Pago Pago to Samoa, while Hawaiian Airlines and Inter Island Airways service the region from Honolulu and Apia. PPG also has Asia Pacific Airlines operated cargo flights to Honolulu. American Samoa Civil Aviation Authority is the body responsible for overseeing and regulating the aviation industry in American Samoa. 

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