Marshall Islands

Region: Southwest Pacific


This small clusters of islands is located in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, accessed via Marshall Islands International Airport (MAJ) also known as Amata Kabua International Airport. MAJ is the main international gateway into the Marshall Islands, although there are other airports in smaller islands. Air Marshall Islands is the flag carrier of the Marshall Islands, operating inter-island services in the south pacific. This Government owned airline is the dominant carrier with services to a number of islands including to Jabat Island and Kaben Island. Marshall Islands Civil Aviation Authority is the authority in control of regulating the aviation industry in the Marshall Islands. 

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