Nadi (NAN) is six miles (10km) north from the city of Nadi.
Situated approximately six miles (10 km) from the city of Nadi, Nadi International Airport (NAN) is Fiji’s primary hub and gateway to Fiji’s many tourist hotspots.
Handling approximately 1.2 million passengers per year and 30 international flights per day, flights to Nadi International Airport are primarily from cities in New Zealand, Australia and Asia, with limited service from the US.
Although the terminal is sometimes busy and queues long, Nadi International offers its own unique charm in the form of friendly, helpful staff that cater to passengers’ needs and musical bands that welcome guests.
Nadi International comprises one terminal building; both arrivals and departures are within close proximity to each other.
Getting into Town
Taxi: Taxis are metered; however not all drivers activate their devices. Fare should be between FJD 10 and FJD 15 for a trip to Nadi. Ensure that you agree on a price before setting off.
Bus: Numerous local public bus operators travel from Nadi International to the city and surrounds. Journey time is approximately 20 minutes and fare is FJD 0.50-1. Air-conditioned coaches also operate to many resorts and towns, and fares start at FJD 15.
Airport parking rates are FJD 1 for the first hour and FJD 1 per half hour thereafter, with a maximum daily rate of FJD 15. Weekly parking costs FJD 90 per week.
Information desks are located in the Arrivals Commercial Concourse and the International Departures Concourse.
Money and communications: You’ll find ATMs, currency exchange and a post office at Nadi.
Luggage: There are left luggage (starting at FJD 10 per day for small bags) and lost-and-found facilities.
Conference and business: The Nadi Airport VIP Lounge is on the ground floor of International Departures. Business lounges provide additional amenities, including showers and multimedia facilities.
Other facilities: Internet kiosks are scattered throughout the terminal building.
Wi-Fi: Wi-Fi is available in the Domestic Terminal and the International Arrival and Departure Terminals. Access time can be purchased at Domestic Cafe, Prouds Express, Transit Cafe, Prouds Departures Duty Free Shop and the Oasis Cafe. Rates are FJD 9 for one hour.
Shopping: Two duty-free shops, Prouds and Tappoo, offer a wide selection of products ranging from alcohol, tobacco, fragrances, cosmetics, jewelry and electronics, while a number of retail stores stock fashion items, sportswear, toys, books, souvenirs and gifts.
Food and drink: Eating and drinking establishments at Nadi International are limited to a handful of venues, including Viva Pizzeria Bar and Esquires Cafe.