Fagali Airport is a small air strip located in Fagali, which is a small town located outside the main capital of Apia, Samoa. The tiny airport features one asphalt covered runway that stretches 2,267 feet in length and services a small number of flights and airlines. The tiny airport has been boasted as one of the top safety establishments in the airplane industry, due to the immense baggage searches and security measures that are in action. At Fagali Airport passengers can exchange their currency at the convenient on site exchange desk and arriving guests also have the luxury for rental cars and taxi service at the time of landing. Inside the small airport, a cafeteria, full service restaurant and a gift shop can be found. Located in close proximity to the Samoan capital, hotels, restaurants and shopping establishments the island airport is a prime landing destination in Samoa.
The airport has come a long way since it’s origins as a government owned, one grass covered runway airport. When it began it was mainly in use for military activities, but after locals began voicing concern over the noise and environmental effects, the government began to take action. After changing ownership hands in 2002, the airstrip experienced a major change and added asphalt to their runway, giving the passengers an added feel of safety upon landing and takeoff. After another leadership change in July of 2009, Fagali Airport became a Polynesian Airlines run airport and began to feature international flights to Pago Pago, America, Africa and Europe.
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