Transport in Nauru

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Transportation in Nauru includes pedestrian, bicycle, automobile, train, and airplane.


Nauru has one airport, Nauru International Airport. Nauru Airlines, which flies to Brisbane, Australia; Majuro, Marshall Islands; Nadi, Fiji; and Tarawa, Kiribati, is the only airline to fly to the airport.[1] There are five airplanes in service.[2]


Rail transport is used for moving phosphate from the island's interior to the cantilever jetties on the island's western coast, in Aiwo District. For this purpose, a 3.9 km long, 2 ft (610 mm) narrow gauge railway was built by the Pacific Phosphate Company in 1907.