Getting Around

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Taking a Taxi

Taking a Taxi

The cheapest way to get around town is by hopping in a taxi. A ride between Rita and the bridge costs between 75 cents and $1. You share the cab with others. You can indicate how many passengers by holding up the relevant number of fingers. If the driver flashes his lights, he’s full. Rides Read More

 
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Domestic Flights with AMI

Domestic Flights with AMI

The domestic airline, Air Marshall Islands (known as simply AMI), was established in 1980 with the current name adopted in 1989. The airline is wholly owned by the RMI government. AMI operates regular services from Majuro to several outer islands, generally on a weekly basis. Its fleet is made up of a Dornier 228-212 and Read More

 
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Government Ships

Government Ships

The Marshall Islands Shipping Corporation manages the government ships, which are used for moving people and freight, including copra, around the islands. The Shipping office is on the road leading to Uliga Dock, which runs perpendicular to the main road opposite the Court House. You can call Shipping to find out vessel movements on (692) Read More

 
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Transport from the Airport

Transport from the Airport

How to catch a ride to town   Listen above or read this: After flying in to Amata Kabua airport you have a number of transport options to reach your hotel or the family you are staying with. Both RRE Hotel and the Marshall Islands Resort have buses that meet each international flight. If you Read More