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Cheap flights from US Minor Outlying Islands

The US Minor Outlying Islands consists of nine United States insular areas in the Pacific Ocean. The islands are Baker Island, Howland Island, Jarvis Island, Johnston Atoll, Kingman Reef, Midway Islands, Palmyra Atoll, and Wake Island. The other island is called the Navassa Island in the Caribbean Sea. Governed but not restricted, the islands are assigned by the International Organization for Standardization’s ISO 3166-1 code. Among the islands, the Palmyra Atoll is the only incorporated territory. The Baker, Howland, Kingman, and Palmyra islands are uninhabited, while Johnston, Midway, and Wake are being inhabited by US military, government, and government contractor personnel. As a result, no civilian has set foot on these islands for a casual tour.

The US Minor Outlying Islands is not developed for tourism. Most of the islands are inhabited, while the others are for military and government use.

There are no short and long haul flights available from the US Minor Outlying Islands as there are no available commercial flights in the area. The airports here are for military and emergency use.

How to get out of the US Minor Outlying Islands

The US Minor Outlying Islands has the following airports: Baker Island Airport in the Baker Island, Jarvis Airport in the Jarvis Island, Palmyra (Cooper) Airport in Palmyra Atoll Cooper Island, Wake Island Airfield in Wake Island, Henderson Field (Naval Air Facility) in Sand Island, and Johnston Atoll Airport in Johnston Atoll. Majority of these are military airports, such as the Wake Island Airfield, while some are used for emergency diversion points for ETOPS operations, such as the Henderson Field. Meanwhile, the Palmyra airport is a private use facility that is now owned by The Nature Conservancy. Meanwhile, Johnson Atoll Airport was shut down in 2005 and is now used only in emergencies.

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