Nadi International Airport
Nadi International Airport (NAN) is located on the Island of Viti Levu, the Republic of Fiji. It is on the western part of the Island. The Airport address is Queens Road, Nadi.
The Airport was built in 1940 by New Zealand under British colonialism. It was used as a US Army Air Force base during the Pacific War. Commercial operations started in 1947, under New Zealand control; the government of Fiji took over control in 1979.
As an International Airport, passengers using the airport are usually going or coming from one of the Fiji Islands. Usual destinations are Nuku’alofa, Taveuni, Port Vila, Kandavu, Suva, Brisbane, Tarawa, Sydney, Auckland, Melbourne, and Labasa. Major airlines using the Airport are Fiji Airways, Quantas, Virgin Australia, Air Vanuatu and Fiji Link. Fiji Link is the domestic carrier for Fiji Airways.
The Airport has 2 runways and a car parking facility. The Terminal has several lounges to cater to the refreshment needs of passengers, but Air Pacific and Air New Zealand also provide their own ones exclusively for their own passengers. There are several 5-star hotels a few minutes’ drive by taxi from the Airport in the Island of Denarau.
Buses from the Airport to Nadi charge 50 cents for a one-way trip. Taxis fares vary.