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Futuna Island Airport (FUT)

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Elevation: 20ft

UTC: +12 Hours

Futuna Island is an island in the French overseas collectivity of Wallis and Futuna, located in the South Pacific Ocean. It is a volcanic island with lush tropical forests, white-sand beaches, and crystal-clear lagoons. The main town on the island is Vaitupu, which is home to the island’s only airport, Pointe Vele Airport. The island is known for its rich culture and traditional customs, as well as its stunning natural beauty. The locals are welcoming and friendly, making Futuna Island a great destination for travelers looking to explore the South Pacific and immerse themselves in the culture of the island.

Airport Directions

To get to Futuna Island Airport (FUT) by car, you can hire a car from a local rental company, or you can drive your own car if you have one. The cost depends on the type of car and the distance traveled. By bus, you can take a bus from the nearest major city to the airport. The cost of the bus ticket will depend on the distance traveled. By train, there is no direct train service to the airport, but you can take a train to the nearest major city and then take a taxi or bus to the airport. The cost of the train ticket will depend on the distance traveled, but it will be significantly cheaper than flying. By taxi, you can take a taxi from the nearest major city to the airport. The cost of the taxi will depend on

Airport Terminals & Airlines

Futuna Island Airport (FUT) has two terminals: Terminal 1 and Terminal 2. Terminal 1 is used by Air Vanuatu, Air Caledonie International, and Air Tahiti Nui, while Terminal 2 is used by Air New Zealand, Air New Caledonia, and Air Rarotonga.

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The best way to get to Futuna Island Airport (FUT) is by taxi. Taxis are the quickest and most convenient way to get to the airport, and fares start at around $50 USD. Alternatively, you can take a bus from nearby cities or towns, but the journey will take longer and cost more. If you’re travelling from further away, you may need to take a combination of public transport and taxi. Prices will vary depending on your starting point, but as a general guide, expect to pay around $120 USD for a one-way trip.

Airport Lost & Found

The Lost and Found Office at Futuna Island Airport (FUT) is located in the Airport Lobby, and can be contacted by phone at +678-554-7333. The opening hours for the Lost and Found Office are from 8:00am to 5:00pm, Monday to Saturday.

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