Pitcairn is a small British Overseas Territory located in the South Pacific Ocean. It is the only inhabited island in the Pitcairn Islands group, which also includes three uninhabited islands. The island has a total land area of just 4.6 square kilometers and a population of around 50 people.
The official language of Pitcairn is English, which is also the language used in government, education, and everyday life.
Pitcairn does not have its own currency, and the US dollar is widely used on the island for transactions. However, the Pitcairn Islands government also issues its own collectible coins and banknotes for sale to collectors and tourists.
There is no airport on Pitcairn, and the island can only be reached by boat. The nearest international airport is on Tahiti, which is around 4,800 kilometers away. A journey from the UK to Tahiti can take around 20-24 hours with one or more stopovers.
The local time in Pitcairn is 8 hours behind Greenwich Mean Time (GMT-8).
As mentioned above, there is no airport on Pitcairn, so there is no main airport address to provide. Visitors to Pitcairn must arrive by boat, and the Pitcairn Island Tourism Office can provide information on how to arrange a visit.