Learning to fly in American Samoa

It’s Sunday, and Tony Feist talks with a fishing ship captain, who is on a satellite phone in the Pacific Ocean.

Feist needs to airfreight parts to American Samoa in order to fix the captain’s boat. It costs about US$50,000 (37,550 euros) a day for a fishing boat to sit in port, so he needs to work quickly. Hawaiian Airlines and Pacific Air Cargo, the only airlines that fly to American Samoa, have just three flights a week to the small Pacific island. Read Full Article – Air Cargo World

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