Getting Here

By Air

The Marshall Islands is currently served by 2 international airlines, United Airlines (serving Kwajalein and Majuro) and Nauru Airlines (serving Majuro).

From US Mainland and Hawaii

United Airlines operate an “Island Hopper” service through The Marshall Islands. There are 3 flights a week direct from Honolulu to Majuro and on to Kwajalein. Connections can be made at Honolulu with The US mainland, Canada, and beyond.

From Micronesia and Asia

United also fly 3 times a week from Guam via Chuuk, Pohnpei and Kosrae to Kwajalein and on to Majuro. These flights connect in Guam with services from major Asia cities including Manila, Hong Kong, Taipei, Seoul, and a number of cities in Japan including Tokyo.

For further information visit www.united.com or contact your local travel agent.

From Australia and the South Pacific

Nauru Airlines connect Majuro with Brisbane, Australia; Nauru; Tarawa, Kiribati; and Nadi, Fiji; and the Federated States of Micronesia (FSM). There is a weekly flight between Brisbane and Majuro via Nauru. Connections can be made in Brisbane with other Australian cities, Asia and New Zealand. Nauru Airlines also connects Majuro with Tarawa, Nauru and Nadi on a weekly basis. There is also a weekly flight between Majuro and the FSM.

By Sea

There are currently no regular passenger shipping services to the Marshall Islands. Yachts visit frequently and further information please click