Air Marshall Islands is an airline based in Majuro, in the Marshall Islands.
The airline is the flag carrier of the Marshall Islands, operating inter-island services in the Central Pacific. Its main base is Marshall Islands International Airport, Majuro.
Air Marshall Islands was established in 1980 as Airline of the Marshall Islands with two small Nomad aircraft and just a few inter island destinations. The name Air Marshall Islands was adopted in 1989 and is wholly owned by the Government of the Marshall Islands.
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Marshall Islands International Airport is located in Majuro Atoll, the capital of the Republic of the Marshall Islands. Air Marshall Islands use Marshall Islands International Airport as their hub and Nauru Airlines and United Airlines also fly from this airport.
The republic of the Marshall Islands is situated close to the equator in the Pacific Ocean. These islands are part of a larger archipelago called Micronesia and sits slightly to the west of the International date line, midway between Australia and Hawaii. The Marshall Islands are a sovereign state in free association with the United States with a population of over 53,000. 27,797 islanders live on Majuro, home of the capital of the Marshall Islands. It is one of only two countries in the world made up entirely of low-lying coral atolls. The local language is Marshallese, spoken by 98% of the population, with the majority religion being Christian.
Air Marshall Islands will consist of the following aircraft: Bombardier DHC-8, Bombardier Dash-8 Q100, and Dornier 228-212.
Majuro ✈ Bikini Atoll
Enewetak Atoll ✈ Majuro
Majuro ✈ Kwajalein Atoll
Majuro ✈ Rongelap Atoll