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Home Flights Oceania Cheap flights to Marshall Islands

Cheap flights to Marshall Islands

Round-trip from $2798 From New York to Majuro

Cheapest Prices for Marshall Islands flights by month

January
$1858
February
$1749
March
$1624
April
$2041
May
$1991
June
$1886
July
$1815
August
$1406
September
$1670
October
$1771
November
$1363
December
$1617
November is currently the cheapest month to fly to Marshall Islands. At this moment in time April is the most expensive month. These prices are determined by multiple factors and booking in advance can help keep costs down if your schedule is not as flexible.

When is the best time to fly to Marshall Islands?

Choose a month below to see average flight price and weather conditions.
NYC - MAJ
Price
$1363 - $3461
Flying to Marshall Islands in September is usually considered the best time to fly. However, you will find other deals are always available year round.

What time of day is cheapest to fly?

At the moment, there are flights only in the afternoon for your Marshall Islands trip.

How long is the flight to the Marshall Islands from the USA?

Individuals who are visiting Marshall Islands from the USA are going to be going to Majuro where they will disembark at Majuro Airport. The length of the flight depends on where a flight starts and how many stopovers are included. When leaving through Chicago, travelers can expect to be on the flight for about 27h 20m. When traveling from Denver, Colorado, flights are much shorter at 16h 40m in most cases. Those who are leaving from Kahului can expect a flight that lasts around 13h 35m in length.

Which cities offer direct flights to the Marshall Islands?

Unfortunately, there are currently no direct, nonstop flights into the Marshall Islands. However, there are many Marshall Island flight deals with stopover flights. Travelers coming from Chicago may stop in cities like San Francisco, Honolulu, Los Angeles, and Maui. When coming from Denver, stops on the flight may happen in San Francisco, Los Angeles, or Honolulu. There are also many other cities that offer flights into the Marshall Islands like Hilo, Houston, San Francisco, and Washington DC.

What is the best way to travel around the Marshall Islands?

There are several ways to travel when on Marshall Island. There are interisland cruises available to get from places to place. Boats are also available for rental for snorkeling, sightseeing, waterskiing, diving, and fishing. Taxis can also be found easily in the country and can be quite inexpensive. However, seat-sharing is common so be aware of that. There are also many different companies that offer minivans, sedans, and trucks in the country. Air Marshall Islands also has internal flights to some destinations and offers charter flights but may not be completely reliable.

What are some things to do in the Marshall Islands?

One of the most popular places to visit when spending time on Marshall Island is the Alele Museum. It is a small museum that offers a lot of insight into the history of the area. Majuro, the capital of the islands, is spread out among 64 islands and is the first place most travelers will land. This is a busy city with many hotels, tons of beaches, and an international airport. Due to the environment, this country is a great spot to enjoy marine life. There are diving options with black coral, coral heads, and wrecks from World War II. Guests can also book fishing expeditions or take part in monthly fishing tournaments. Another fun thing to do is taking a day trip to Eneko Island, which is less than an hour away by boat when leaving from Majuro.

Do I need a passport or visa to fly to the Marshall Islands?

A passport that is valid for at least six months from the date of arrival is required than visiting the Marshall Islands from the United States. However, there is no need for a visa for US nationals. What you will need to have is a return ticket at the time of visiting Marshall Islands.

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