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    Racing in the Marshall islands

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 AC        DEP       ARV        FLT NO         ROUTE

Flight Schedule - September 29, 2016

​​​​​Dornier      0800      0850    CW-480      MAJ-WTE
                    0905      0955    CW-481      WTE-MAJ

Dornier     1030       1140    CW-273      MAJ-EBO
                   1150       1300    CW-238      EBO-MIJ-EST-MAJ





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AMI- FLEETS

Flight Schedule - September 28, 2016

 AC        DEP       ARV        FLT NO         ROUTE

Dornier     0800     1000      CW-554        MAJ-LML
                   1015     1320      CW-555        LML-EAL-KWA-MAJ

Dornier     1400     1505      CW-213        MAJ-NDK
                   1520     1705      CW-214        NDK-KIO-MAJ

               
   



The Air Marshall Islands (AMI), Inc., is a commercially operated airline which is wholly owned by the Government of the Republic of the Marshall Islands (RMI), and based out of Majuro Atoll the Capital City of the country and also acts as the country's flag carrier providing daily services between Majuro, Kwajalein Atoll, and the country's outer island (rural) communities.    
 
The airline was first established in 1980 as the Airline of the Marshall Islands but in 1989, the government changed the name to AMI, Inc.  
 
The company's current fleet is made up of one 34-seater Dash 8-100 series aircraft by Bombardier of Canada, and two 18-seater Dornier 228-212 aircrafts by Ruag of Germany, in which the newest aircraft to join the fleet is one of the two Dornier, which arrived on December 3, 2015, from Manila after going through some required maintenance before it was finally ready to come to Majuro.  
 
The company’s headquarter is located on Majuro and operates a weekly flight schedule to the country's respective outer island communities which have airstrips including weekly flights to famous destinations such as the Bikini Atoll and the Enewetak Atoll which were used as ground zeros for the US' 67 major atmospheric nuclear testing program, carried out in the Marshall Islands during the 1940s to the 1950s including the bravo test that was about 1,000 times stronger than the bomb that fell on Hiroshima during WWII.  
 
The company has two other offices besides the one in Majuro, that provide flight reservation and information services to our valued customers like yourself, and these two additional offices are located on Ebeye and Kwajalein which are islands both located on Kwajalein Atoll, respectively.  
 
Therefore, if you are deciding to take an excursion or a tour to the outer islands to get away from it all for a well-deserved R&R, or if you are trying to visit relatives and friends, then kindly visit any of our offices on any of these places and book your next flight. If you are outside of the country however, then please do not hesitate to do your reservation and/or booking online through this website, or just simply send an email to our Reservation Manager at amisales@airmarshallislands.net
 
we appreciate and value our customers
 
 "komol tata"

 

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Fleet & Crew
Our top crew members have garnered the highest safty in the nation, year after year.  Your safety is ensured every time you lift off with the experience and knowledge found in our cockpits.
At Air Marshall islands, our fleet is tested and upgraded constantly to ensure top safety precautions for your flight.
We are proud to boast one of the youngest fleets in the Microneisa, with no aircraft flying more than 100 hours a month.