Majuro Marshall Islands International Airport

About
Name: Majuro Marshall Islands International Airport
Identifier:  MAJ/PKMJ
Serves:  Majuro
Operator:  RMI Ports Authority
Public/Private:  Public
Local Time:  22. Aug 23:53 +12
Description: Marshall Islands International Airport, also known as Amata Kabua International Airport, is located in the western part of Rairok on the south side of Majuro Atoll, the capital of the Republic of the Marshall Islands. The airport was built during World War II on Anenelibw and Lokojbar islets. It replaced Majuro Airfield, a coral-surfaced airstrip at Delap Island near the eastern end of Majuro Atoll that had been originally constructed by Japanese occupation forces in 1942.[3]
Source: Wikipedia
Location
Runways
Identifier Length (m/ft) Surface
07/25 7,897/7,897 Asphalt
Flights per Day
1 flights
Distance: 2,301km (1,429mi)
Punctuality
70% (0 flights per day delayed)
Delay Average: 24 minutes
Current Weather
 28 C (Humidity: 83%)
  7kt (12km/h / 8mph) from 80°
  Scattered clouds at 1,400 feet (426 meter)
  Scattered clouds at 5,000 feet (1,524 meter)
  Broken clouds at 12,000 feet (3,657 meter)
  Overcast at 30,000 feet (9,144 meter)
  24km (14 mi.)
 METAR PKMJ 212251Z 08007KT 15SM SCT014 SCT050 BKN120 OVC300 28/25 A2985 RMK LAST

Current Flights

Departures
Number Departure To Airline
Arrivals
Number Arrival From Airline

Current Delays

Departures
N/A
Arrivals
N/A

Destinations

Top Destinations
Airport Flights
per week
Seats
per week
  Honolulu (HNL) 8 1,200 1 171
  Kwajalein (KWA) 4 813 0 116
  Pohnpei (PNI) 2 394 0 56
  Tarawa (TRW) 2 337 0 48
  Guam (GUM) 1 - 0 0
  Saipan (SPN) 0 - 0 0

Airlines & Planes

Top Airlines
Airline Flights
per Day
Seats
per Day
  United Airlines 1 326
  Nauru Airlines 0 65
Asia Pacific Airlines 0 -
  Nolinor Aviation 0 -
Top Plane Types
Model Flights Seats
Boeing B737-800 2.0/day 326/day 326.46666666666664
Boeing B737-300 0.5/day 65/day 65.9
Boeing B757-200 0.4/day - 0
Cessna C208 0.1/day - 0
Bombardier Challenger 350 0.1/day - 0