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Recommended add-on scenery for Nadi is listed here.


Nadi (pronounced 'Nandi') (icao: NFFN; iata: NAN) is the major international airport in the island nation of Fiji.

It has two runways - the primary 10,500ft 02/20 and the 7,000ft 09/27. There are no runway-end taxiways on either runway and the terminal is located between the northeastern ends of the two runways, so depending upon the winds, back-tracking may be required.

Note: aircraft larger than B767 are required to access the apron via taxiways A and G only.


Due to terrain north and east of the airport, approaches by airliners at Nadi are typically made onto runways 02 and 09.

Runway 02 is equipped with an ILS. Both runways 02 and 20 have RNAV arrivals. Runway 09 has a VOR approach, while Runway 27 is visual approach only and is unavailable after dark.


There are no published STARs for arrivals into Nadi from the east.

Pilots should expect to receive vectors to the initial approach fix either the ILS or RNAV approach to the active runway.



There are no published SIDs for departures from Nadi to the west.

Flights departing Nadi should expect to fly runway heading and then receive vectors to the initial fix on their flight planned route.

Backtrack Required

Nadi does not have full length taxiways and requires backtracking for departures and/or arrivals.

Please be aware of nearby aircraft and expedite all backtrack operations to minimise delays for other pilots.