Frequently Asked Questions​

In the Federated States of Micronesia, we say Lenmwo, Mogethin, Ran Annim, and Kasehlelia to Welcome you.

Are visas required to visit the FSM?

No. Valid passport, sufficient funds and proof of onward travel are sufficient to grant entry for 30 days. Under the amended Compact of Free Association, U.S. citizens need only valid passport for entry. If you are not a U.S. citizen and you will be visiting or wish to extend your stay beyond 30 days, kindly click here to access the FSM Immigration Regulations information regarding permit requirements for long term visits.

How do I get to Micronesia?

United Airlines is currently the only US airline that flies to the Federated States of Micronesia. The routes to Micronesia are either through Hawaii to the east or Guam and Japan to the west of the FSM.

I want to make reservations with a travel agent, but I don’t know what the airport code is for the FSM?

There are 4 airports in the FSM and the codes are as follow: Pohnpei – PNI,
Kosrae – KSA,
Chuuk – TKK,
Yap – YAP.
You must know your specific island destination as the islands are spread out over almost 1 Million square miles of ocean. You can only get from one to the other by airplane.

Some cool tips you should know


Chuuk State is the world renowned Wreck diving spot

We say Ran Annim in Chuuk to Welcome you. While in Chuuk, explore the lagoon where World War II wreckages lie in pristine awaiting your exploration.


Kosrae is the smallest state but don't let that fool you.

In Kosrae, we say Lenmwo to welcome you. Our island is called a sleeping lady for a reason. Come explore the many attractions including eco-tourism that Kosrae has to offer.


Pohnpei state is where the FSM capital is

Kasehlelia And Welcome to the home of the famous Nan Madol, the capital of the Saudeleur Dynasty. While on Pohnpei, explore the many water falls, rivers and streams and try a cup or two of the famous Sakauan Pohnpei.


Yap State is where you can experience harmony between culture and Tradition, and Modern Culture

Mogethin and welcome to the state of Yap, home to the largest and heaviest money in the world. In Yap, you will see where harmony exists between modern and traditional ways of living. Explore the ocean depths where Manta Rays lie in waiting to entertain you and satisfy your diving curiosity.