Cheap flights from American Samoa

American Samoa is a group of islands lying in the South Pacific Ocean and an unincorporated territory of the United States. It is situated some 100 kilometres southeast of Samoa, about midway between Hawaii and New Zealand. The territory consists of five main islands and two coral atolls, including the Manu'a Islands, Rose Atoll, Swains Island, and the largest and most populous island, Tutuila. The capital is Pago Pago.

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Fatu ma Futi - Fatu ma Futi, or flower pot, is two small offshore islands about 275 metres off the southern coast of Tutuila. Fata ma Futi is associated with an ancient coastal village and an oral legend. The legend says that Fatu and Futi were a couple who tried to sail to Tutuila from Upolu. As they neared their destination, their boat floundered, leaving the two to die. The lovers perished in the waves and turned to rocks where they passed, thereby creating Fata ma Futi. Today, it is home to many exotic birds and fruit bats.

National Park of American Samoa - The National Park of American Samoa was established on October 31, 1988, and has since protected a total area of 13,500 acres, spread over three separate islands: Tutuila, Ofu, and Ta‘ū. The aim of the park is to preserve and protect coral reefs, tropical rainforests, fruit bats, and the Samoan Culture. The park is frequented by tourists for hiking and snorkelling, and is the only American national park located south of the Equator.

Jean P. Haydon Museum - Jean P. Haydon Museum, housed in two historical US Navy Buildings, houses several historical artefacts, books, collections, and gifts that have been presented to American Samoa over the years. It also frequently hosts several local exhibitions throughout the year. One of the most notable items on display is a small American Samoa flag and three moon stones that were presented to the American Samoa Government by President Richard Nixon. The gifts were given following the return of one of the Apollo moon missions, as the flag was carried to the moon by one of the astronauts.

Fagatele Bay National Marine Sanctuary - The Fagatele Bay National Marine Sanctuary is American Samoa's national marine sanctuary. The 35,170 square kilometres marine sanctuary contains a fringing coral reef ecosystem in an eroded volcanic crater on Tutuila.

There are direct flights to Honolulu in the island of Hawaii from American Samoa. Honolulu is large and a widely known tourist destination on the island of Oahu, being the location of the biggest attraction in Hawaii: Waikiki Beach. Other attractions in Honolulu are Hanauma Bay, Diamond Head, ʻIolani Palace, USS Missouri (BB-63), Honolulu Zoo, and Ala Moana Beach Park. Meanwhile, in Samoa, tourists can relax by the Piula Cave Pool, be amazed by the Alofaaga Blowholes, tour the Robert Louis Stevenson Museum, or go surfing at Aganoa Beach.

There are no direct flights to long haul destinations from American Samoa. The main airport connects to Honolulu International Airport, which has flights to Toronto, Beijing, Tokyo, Anchorage, Taipei, Shanghai, Seoul, and many others.

How to get out

The sole international airport on American Samoa is Pago Pago International Airport. The airport, also known as Tafuna Airport, operates direct flights to Honolulu International Airport in Honolulu, Hawaii, as well as the Fagali'i Airport in Fagali'i, Faleolo International Airport in Apia, Asau Airport in Asau, Maota Airport in Salelologa. All but the first airport are in Samoa. There are also flights to other airports in American Samoa, namely Ofu Airport on the island of Ofu and Fitiuta Airport on the island of Ta‘ū.

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