American Samoa Flights GuideAmerican Samoa is an United States overseas territory, located in the Pacific Ocean, not far from the island of Fiji. It actually consists of seven separate islands and atolls. Tutuila is its largest island, which is home to famous Rainmaker Mountain and a series of scenic volcanic peaks. The National Park of American Samoa is the biggest touristic destination in the territory.
Pago Pago is the capital city, and the seat of the local Samoan government. It is located along the Pago Harbor, and is in fact as series of connected villages more than a unified urban center. It is a major touristic hub due to the harbor and proximity to beaches and many outdoor activities. The second biggest city is known as Tafuna, and is located near to Pago Pago.
Pago Pago International Airport provides service to the entire island, and particularly the cities of Pago Pago and Tafuna. It is serviced mostly by Aloha Airlines and other Pan-Pacific Airlines, whether on passenger flights or transporting goods. The island's tropical climate and vast coastline provides it with only two seasons: the dry season (from April to September) and the wet season (from October to March). Due to the moderating influence of the Pacific coast, year round temperatures stay in the range of 20-30 degrees celsius.