Samoa flights take tourists to tropical beaches, lush rainforests, and incredible volcanic mountains on the “Navigators’ Islands”. Faleolo International Airport, the country’s main gateway in Samoa’s capital city, Apia, serves most of the international flights.
Air New Zealand flies to Samoa from London Heathrow, with a stopover in Los Angeles. Economy flights are a real bargain with their ergonomically designed seats, adjustable winged headrests, and leg supports. State-of-the-art entertainment -- movies, television programs, music collections, and interactive games -- is offered on an 8.4-inch high-resolution screens. They serve New Zealand dishes and wines during the long-haul flight. Air New Zealand also offers Samoa flights from Manchester, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Leeds/Bradford, Aberdeen, and Belfast.
From Glasgow, fly on Continental Airlines, the fourth largest airline in the US. Offering long-haul flights, the carrier departs from Glasgow, stopping first at Los Angeles International Airport, then on to Auckland International Airport, before touching down at Faleolo Airport in Apia, Samoa. Economy class passengers get to watch movies on overhead screens and seat-back monitors. Complimentary meals, snacks, and refreshments are served, while alcoholic drinks are available for purchase.
Other airlines servicing flights to Samoa are Virgin Blue, a low-cost airline in Australia; Polynesian Airlines, the flag carrier of Samoa; and Inter-Island Airways.