Fagali’I Airport (FGI), is the air base on the Apia Samoa where Polynesian Airlines operates. The taxiway can be located north of Upolu, on one of the three Samoan Islands. Making the flight strip a common landing zone for travelers and carriers from the Pago Pago International Airport, which is located in Tafuna on the American Samoa.
You can find the aid of transportation by the Samoan Shipping Corporation, which runs the passenger/vehicle ferry between the Islands of Upolu and Savai’i according to dohop.com. Allowing forty-five minutes to a little more than an hour for each transit, with suggested early preparations to purchase tickets. The ferry departs from the Mulifanua Wharf on Upolu near the Fagali’I Airport, and from Salelologa Wharf on Savai’i for the return journey. Vacationers and other explorers should double their accommodations and travel times, ensuring their plans follow the native Pacific/Apia (UTC +13:00) time zone.
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Currency exchanges are recommended to be made at Pago Pago International Airport before your flight to Fagali’I Airport according to youtube.com. ATM’s and other exchange services are only minutes away after you land in Apia, near the main waiting area in the case of unfortunate circumstances. Keep in mind the Samoan Universal Time Zone (UTC+13) so your plans can take off.
Opening access and bringing offerings to the Islands hotels and resorts, Fagali’I Airport is a neighbor to The Royal Samoan Golf Course, and Le Rosa Accommodation & Spa. A short drive away will lead you toward Apia Bay where you can enjoy the life and culture of the Samoa.
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