Fly’s directly from Honolulu, Hawaii to Pago Pago, American Samoa twice a week year round with additional flights during the North American Summer and Christmas time. The airline operates 264 seat B767-300 aircraft on the route. Their office is located at Pago Pago International Airport in Tafuna. Website www.hawaiianairlines.com
Fly’s directly from Fagalii, Samoa to Pago Pago, American Samoa daily (9-12 flights a day) with additional flights during peak times throughout the year. The carriers also flies four times a week from Tutuila to the Manu’a Island. They operate 19 seat Twin Otter aircraft on the routes. Their office is located at Pago Pago International Airport in Tafuna. Website www.polynesianairlines.com
Fly’s directly from Apia and Fagalii, Samoa to Pago Pago, American Samoa. Presently the airline operates with six flights daily and two flights a week between Nuku'alofa, Tonga to American Samoa. The airline operates 9 seat Twin Commander aircraft on the routes. For more information there office is located at Pago Pago International Airport in Tafuna. Website www.talofaairways.com
The new Manu'atele Ferry operates services between Tutuila Island and the Manu'a Islands.
For more information on the Manu'atele's schedule and rates to the Manu’a Islands, please contact the Department of Port Administration Water Transportation Division Ph: +1-684-633-4160.
lady naomi ferry
The Lady Naomi Ferry operates a weekly service between Apia, Samoa and Pago Pago, American Samoa.
For more information on the Lady Naomi’s schedule and rates to and from Apia, Samoa, please contact local agent Polynesia Shipping Ph: +1-684-633-1211.
All yachts and boats entering American Samoa are required to contact the Harbor Master on VHF Channel 16 prior to entering our waters. Once contact has been made yachts and boats are to proceed immediately to Pago Pago Harbor where Immigration and Customs clearances and processing is completed. Should a yacht or boat then wish to sail to other islands within American Samoa’s waters they must advise the Department of Port Administration and seek permission to do so and then return back to Pago Pago for departure procedures.