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CityCodeAirport Name
Auki AKS     Auki Airport, Aoke Airport
Avuavu AVU Avu Avu Airport
Ballalae BAS Balalae Airport, Shortland Island Airport
Bellona BNY Bellona Anua Airport
Choiseul CHY Choiseul Bay Airport
Fera Island FRE Fera Maringe Airport
Gatokae GTA Gatokae Aerodrome
Gizo GZO Gizo Airport
Honiara HIR Honiara International Airport, Henderson Field
Kagau KGE Kagau Airport
Kirakira IRA Ngorangora Airport
Marau Sound RUS Marau Airport
Mbambanakira MBU Mbambanakira Airport
Mono MNY Mono Airport
Munda MUA Munda Airport
Ngatokae GTA See Gatokae
Ontong Java OTV Ontong Java Airport
Parasi PRS Parasi Airport
Ramata RBV Ramata Airport
Rennell Island RNL Rennell Tingoa Airport, Rennell Airport
Santa Ana NNB Santa Ana Airport
Santa Cruz Island SCZ Santa Cruz Airport, Graciosa Bay Airport, Luova Airport
Seghe EGM Sege Airport
Suavanao VAO Suavanao Airstrip
Yandina XYA Yandina Airport

Auckland NZ AKL Auckland Int'l Airport
Sydney AU SYD Sydney Int'l Airport

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There are a number of airports in Solomon Islands (the Solomons). However, not all Solomon Islands airports have regularly scheduled flights. We do not list the smallest Solomon Islands airports, since there is no way to provide you flights from those airports. AirGorilla offers flights, hotels, and rental car reservations for Solomon Islands.

The Solomon Islands is a nation in Melanesia, east of Papua New Guinea, consisting of nearly one thousand islands. Together they cover a land mass of 28,400 square kilometres (10,965 sq mi). The capital is Honiara, located on the island of Guadalcanal.

The Solomon Islands have been inhabited by Melanesian people for at least 30,000 years. The United Kingdom established a protectorate over the Solomon Islands in the 1890s. Some of the most bitter fighting of World War II occurred on these islands. Self-government was achieved in 1976 and independence two years later. The country remains a Commonwealth Realm.

Since 1997 ethnic violence, government misconduct and crime have undermined stability and civil society. In June 2003 an Australian-led multinational force, the Regional Assistance Mission to the Solomon Islands (RAMSI), arrived to restore peace and disarm ethnic militias.

The Solomon Islands is a wide island nation that lies East of Papua New Guinea and consists of many islands: Choiseul, the Shortland Islands; the New Georgia Islands; Santa Isabel; the Russell Islands; Nggela (the Florida Islands); Malaita; Guadalcanal; Sikaiana; Maramasike; Ulawa; Uki; Makira (San Cristobal); Santa Ana; Rennell and Bellona; the Santa Cruz Islands and three remote, tiny outliers, Tikopia, Anuta, and Fatutaka. The distance between the westernmost and easternmost islands is about 1,500 kilometres (930 mi). The Santa Cruz Islands (of which Tikopia is part), are situated north of Vanuatu and are especially isolated at more than 200 kilometres (120 mi) from the other islands. Bougainville is geographically part of the Solomon Islands, but politically Papua New Guinea.

The islands' ocean-equatorial climate is extremely humid throughout the year, with a mean temperature of 27 C (80 F) and few extremes of temperature or weather. June through August is the cooler period. Though seasons are not pronounced, the northwesterly winds of November through April bring more frequent rainfall and occasional squalls or cyclones. The annual rainfall is about 3050mm (120 in).

Most manufactured goods and petroleum products must be imported. Until 1998, when world prices for tropical timber fell steeply, timber was Solomon Islands main export product, and, in recent years, Solomon Islands forests were dangerously overexploited. Other important cash crops and exports include copra and palm oil. In 1998 Ross Mining of Australia began producing gold at Gold Ridge on Guadalcanal. Minerals exploration in other areas continued. However in the wake of the ethnic violence in June 2000, exports of palm oil and gold ceased while exports of timber fell. The islands are rich in undeveloped mineral resources such as lead, zinc, nickel, and gold.

Tourism, particularly diving, is an important service industry for Solomon Islands. Growth in that industry is hampered, however, by lack of infrastructure and transportation limitations. While English is the official language, only 1-2% of the population speak English; the lingua franca is Solomons Pijin. The religion of Solomon Islands is about 96% Christian with following denominations: Church of Melanesia 33%, Roman Catholic 19%, Seventh-day Adventist 11%, United Church 10%, Other Christian 4%) and about 4% indigenous religious beliefs. (airports)

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