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Pago Pago

Pago Pago

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Population-
City CodePPG
Popular Airlines
  • Hawaiian Airlines
Flight Time12~22 hours
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The flight time to Pago Pago is approximately 12~22 hours. Find out more about the history, economy, climate and transportation options before you visit Pago Pago.

Pago Pago

Pago Pago is the capital city of the American Samoa. Pago Pago is a small town with less than four thousand inhabitants. Pago Pago is located on the main island called Tutuila. Pago Pago is also the name for the chain of settlements on the island.

Voice of Travelers to Pago Pago

A layover in Pago Pago with ticket purchased by American Airlines

I traveled on an onward ticket from Honolulu through Pago Pago to Fiji where I travelled for a business trip. I purchased the ticket with American Airlines. While the ticket was expensive, I preferred this kind of ticket instead of a return direct ticket from Honolulu directly to Fiji so I can see American Samoa. I bought the ticket in a ticket office of the airlines. Once aboard American Airlines, everything went great and the service was very good. When I landed at Pago Pago airport, I went to Pago Pago town . I can say I fell in love with Pago Pago! With a direct ticket to Fiji I would have missed Pago Pago and its pristine beaches. I am more than happy that I wasn't counting money when I decided for this airfare ticket which allowed me to discover Pago Pago.

Visiting Pago Pago on a trip

I visited Pago Pago last year. I was invited to take part in a fam trip organized by my employer. Thanks to this, I was able to experience great service aboard Delta Airline as my employer booked a first class airfare ticket for me. This return ticket was probably quite pricey, but I just enjoyed the tour. Unfortunately there was one small disturbance, and that was the cancellation of my flight ticket on the way back - the ticket from Pago Pago was rebooked for two days later. However, this way, I was able to enjoy Pago Pago for two more days. If I returned to the Oceania, I would love to see Pago Pago and its area again.

Pago Pago Travelers' Frequently Asked Questions

Q. Is the town of Pago Pago interesting for a visit?

A. Pago Pago is a small town but it is pleasant to visit. Besides walking on the beaches of Pago Pago, you can visit one of the places where tuna fish is processed or you can have a fresh tuna dish in one of the Pago Pago restaurants. Don't forget that summer is the touristic season in the area around Pago Pago, so buy your flight ticket ahead of time.

Q. I will fly to Pago Pago Airport with a ticket issued by American Airlines from Honolulu, and my onward ticket to Fiji is for the following day. Can I stay in Pago Pago overnight?

A. You can easily stay in Pago Pago overnight as this town has plenty of accommodation facilities. You can even také a walk or buy a bus ticket and board the bus to go around the area. Pago Pago is not big, but it will keep you entertained for several hours for sure!

Q. Is there any nature to sea around Pago Pago?

A. Besides the beautiful beaches around Pago Pago, there is a lot of interesting nature around as well. The best natural site to visite is the National Park of American Samoa. You can hike the Mt. Alava, which is located near Pago Pago town to see the view of Pago Pago from above. The hike will take you about half of the day of your visit in Pago Pago.

Pago Pago - Direct Flights to Major Airports

Airports handling direct flights to Pago Pago International Airport ・Honolulu International Airport ・Faleolo International Airport ・Maota Airport etc.

Flight Routes to Pago Pago

Pago Pago has an airport called Pago Pago International Airport located about 10 kilometers from the town of Pago Pago itself. The Pago Pago international airport operates flights to Hawaii's Honolulu airport as well as domestic flights to the surrounding islands. In order to travel to Pago Pago, one has to comply with the immigration rule which might include a requirement of a return ticket or an onward ticket to other destinations in American Samoa.