Users' questions

What airport do I fly into for Bora Bora?

What airport do I fly into for Bora Bora?

Motu Mute Airport
To get to Bora Bora, most travelers fly into Bora Bora Airport also known as Motu Mute Airport. If you’re coming from the U.S., you’ll first stop at the Faa’a International Airport in Tahiti.

How far is Bora Bora from PPT?

256 km
The distance between Papeete Airport (PPT) and Bora-Bora is 256 km.

Does Bora Bora have sharks?

There are many sharks in Bora Bora, although attacks on humans are rare. Still, it’s best to steer clear of them, as well as Bora Bora’s stingrays and barracudas. Wear reliable foot protection whenever you’re in the ocean to fend off injuries from stonefish, urchins, and the coral itself.

How much does it cost to fly from Tahiti to Bora Bora?

Getting to Bora Bora (BOB) from the west coast of the U.S. (most flights originate in Los Angeles (LAX) and fly via Tahiti (PPT) costs an average of $2,500 per person for a return economy class ticket or $4,500 for a return business class ticket, plus another $300 or more for the flight onward from Tahiti.

How big is the runway at Lukla Airport?

Only certain small planes, certified for short landings and takeoffs (STOL), are capable of landing at Lukla, all flown by pilots specially certified for this specific airport. A typical day will see older propeller planes seating no more than 16 passengers puttering the hundred feet from the runway to the single terminal for passengers and cargo.

Are there any navigation aids at Lukla Airport?

There are no navigation aids or night operations at Lukla Airport and weather is unpredictable, to say the least. Pilots must use their knowledge of the area’s terrain and visual flying skills only. Given good weather, most flight activity happens between six and nine a.m.

When did CIAL Airport become a private airport?

10. The process for development of CIAL as a private airport began in 1993, airport was made operational on 10 th June 1999. Investment Pattern Rs.