Nauru International Airport is the sole airport on the island of the Republic of Nauru
The airport is located in the Yaren district, just north of many of the government buildings, including the Parliament House, police station, and the secondary school. The airport's former ICAO airport code was ANAU.
Nauru International Airport serves as the main hub of the national carrier, Our Airline, formerly known as Air Nauru. Flights by the above named carrier originate in Brisbane, Australia, continue through Honiara (the capital of the Solomon Islands), and finally onto Nauru.
The route from Tarawa to Nadi, Fiji, has been operated by Air Pacific for Air Nauru on a charter basis since December 2005 to May 2006, and this service has been lost by Air Nauru/Our Airline since this date.
Since September 2006, Air Nauru has resumed operations under the new name, Our Airline, with a new 737-300.