Tuvalu is a small island nation located in the Pacific Ocean, northeast of Australia. It is made up of nine coral atolls and islands, with a total land area of just 26 square kilometers.
The official languages of Tuvalu are Tuvaluan and English. Tuvaluan is the most commonly spoken language, while English is used for official purposes.
The currency used in Tuvalu is the Australian dollar, as Tuvalu has no independent currency of its own.
The flight time from the UK to Tuvalu is quite long, as there are no direct flights available. A typical journey involves a stopover in another location, such as Fiji or New Zealand, and can take around 30 hours in total.
The local time in Tuvalu is in the GMT+12 time zone, which is 12 hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT).
The main airport in Tuvalu is Funafuti International Airport (FUN), which is located on the island of Funafuti. The address of the airport is Funafuti International Airport, Funafuti, Tuvalu. It is a small airport with limited facilities, and is primarily used for domestic flights within Tuvalu and occasional international flights.