Nauru International Airport

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Nauru International Airport
View of Nauru airport.jpg
Aerial view of the main runway
Airport typePublic
LocationYaren District
Hub forNauru Airlines
Elevation AMSL7 m / 22 ft
Coordinates00°32′50.85″S 166°55′08.76″E / 0.5474583°S 166.9191000°E / -0.5474583; 166.9191000Coordinates: 00°32′50.85″S 166°55′08.76″E / 0.5474583°S 166.9191000°E / -0.5474583; 166.9191000
INU/ANYN is located in Nauru
Location in Nauru
Direction Length Surface
m ft
12/30 2,150 7,054 Asphalt

Nauru International Airport (IATA: INU, ICAO: ANYN) is the sole airport in the Republic of Nauru. The airport currently connects the country to eight international passenger destinations, all served by Nauru's national airline, Nauru Airlines.


The airstrip was built during the World War II Japanese occupation of Nauru using forced labour and operations began in January 1943. After the war, it was converted to a civilian airport.

The airport is located in the Yaren district, just north of many of the government buildings, including the Parliament House, police station, and the secondary school. The airport holds the head office of Nauru Airlines.[1]

Also located at the airport are the Republic of Nauru Civil Aviation Authority, tasked with airport security and operational management; the Directorate of Immigration, tasked with control of incoming and outgoing passengers, and the Nauru Customs Service.

Airlines and destinations[edit]

Nauru International Airport serves as the main hub of the national carrier, Nauru Airlines.

Nauru AirlinesBrisbane, Honiara, Majuro, Nadi, Pohnpei, Tarawa


Pacific Air Express Brisbane


  1. ^ "Contact Us." ]. Retrieved on March 26, 2018. "Head Office Nauru International Airport PO Box 40 Republic of Nauru"

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