2015 Pacific Educational Conference (PEC)

Getting to the Marshalls

Majuro is served by the Amata Kabua International Airport with the call letters MAJ.

Airport Tax: A departure fee of $20.00 U.S. is required except for children less than 12 years old and adults over 60 years old.


The two main airlines servicing the Marshall Islands from abroad are:

United Airlines. United operates between Asia and Honolulu and provides a connection to the Marshall Islands in both directions on what is affectionately named the “Island Hopper”. The route is Honolulu direct to Majuro (4.5 hours), or Guam to Majuro with four quick “hops” (8 hours).

Our Airline. Our Airline operates between Australia and the Marshall Islands and also connects with Nauru and Kiribati.


US, Palau, and FSM Citizens are exempt from Visas with a valid Passport.

A 30-day visa-on-arrival will be granted for citizens of Australia and New Zealand, Canada, European Union (includes United Kingdom), South Korea, Japan, Taiwan, and the Philippines with the proper paperwork.

All others should use the following procedure:

1. Generally, an application for a visa should consist of the following:
(i) Completed application form (with two recent passport size photos)

(ii) Passport (valid for at least 6 months)

(iii) Supporting documents:

(i) Letter from applicant – stating the purpose and duration of visit

(ii) Police record – must be dated within last 3 months

(iii) Health clearance – must show person is free from HIV/AIDS and TB; dated within last 3 months

(iv) Receipt – to show payment of application fee

2. Complete applications and supporting documents should be sent to:

The Director of Immigration
PO Box 890
Majuro, Republic of the Marshall Islands, 96960
Tel: (692) 625-8633 / 4572
Fax: (692) 625-4246
Email: rmiimmig@ntamar.net

3. An application with all requested documents may take up to 14 days to process. If an application is incomplete or further supporting documentation is requested, the application may take up to 21 days to process.

For full details, access the website below:

Marshall Islands Visitors Authority Website