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Time Zone Abbreviations – Time Zones in Pacific

Time zone codes and names for standard and daylight time in Pacific

AbbreviationTime zone name Other names Offset
AoE Anywhere on Earth UTC -12
BST Bougainville Standard Time UTC +11
CHADT Chatham Island Daylight Time UTC +13:45
CHAST Chatham Island Standard Time UTC +12:45
CHUT Chuuk Time UTC +10
CKT Cook Island Time UTC -10
ChST Chamorro Standard Time UTC +10
EASST Easter Island Summer Time UTC -5
EAST Easter Island Standard Time UTC -6
FJST Fiji Summer Time UTC +13
FJT Fiji Time UTC +12
GALT Galapagos Time UTC -6
GAMT Gambier Time UTC -9
GILT Gilbert Island Time UTC +12
HAST Hawaii-Aleutian Standard Time UTC -10
KOST Kosrae Time UTC +11
LINT Line Islands Time UTC +14
MART Marquesas Time UTC -9:30
MHT Marshall Islands Time UTC +12
NCT New Caledonia Time UTC +11
NRT Nauru Time UTC +12
NUT Niue Time UTC -11
NZDT New Zealand Daylight Time UTC +13
NZST New Zealand Standard Time UTC +12
PGT Papua New Guinea Time UTC +10
PHOT Phoenix Island Time UTC +13
PONT Pohnpei Standard Time UTC +11
PST Pitcairn Standard Time UTC -8
PWT Palau Time UTC +9
SBT Solomon Islands Time UTC +11
SST Samoa Standard Time UTC -11
TAHT Tahiti Time UTC -10
TKT Tokelau Time UTC +13
TOST Tonga Summer Time UTC +14
TOT Tonga Time UTC +13
TVT Tuvalu Time UTC +12
VUT Vanuatu Time UTC +11
WAKT Wake Time UTC +12
WFT Wallis and Futuna Time UTC +12
WST West Samoa Time UTC +14
YAPT Yap Time UTC +10


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