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Guam Airport Opens Runway for Humanitarian and Essential Cargo Operations

Saturday, May 27, 2023

The A. B. Won Pat International Airport Authority, Guam (GIAA) issued a Notice to Air Missions *(NOTAM) issued at 0900 today after a final inspection of airfield and navigational aids, opening Runway 6L/24R for operations.

“At this time, the GIAA runway is open for humanitarian and essential cargo operations only, with prior permission being required. We had the first cargo flights coming in this morning from Saipan, Rota, Kwajalein, and Yap transporting military relief personnel, equipment and essential cargo,” stated John “JQ” M. Quinata, Executive Manager of the GIAA.

Quinata continued, “We anticipate the first relief flights will follow tomorrow, transporting FEMA and critical federal response workers coming to aid in the island’s recovery from Typhoon Mawar. For the initial relief flights, we will be working in close coordination with the US Customs and Border Protection and Guam Customs and Quarantine for humanitarian personnel clearance.”

The Airport previously announced anticipated resumption of commercial passenger services for Tuesday, May 30, 2023 which is aligned with the NOTAM issued. GIAA will be meeting with airlines on the plan of execution.

“I want the public to know that employees of the GIAA, as well as those of airlines, tenants, vendors, and contractors have been working tirelessly around the clock to get the terminal ready for inbound and outbound passenger processing. Testing of all GIAA and federal regulatory technical systems and equipment required for safe and secure passenger processing is ongoing to ensure conformance with regulatory and security requirements,” Quinata concluded.

Passengers are advised to contact their airlines directly for flight status and rescheduling their flights. Below are contact numbers for our airline partners:

 

United Airlines

Tel: +1(800) 864-8331

FAX: (671) 649 6588

CARGO: (671) 645-8570

www.united.com

Jin Air Co. Ltd.

Tel: 1(671)642-2800

Fax: 1(671)642-2801

Website: www.jinair.com

Email: [email protected]

Jeju Air Co.LTD

Tel: 1(671)649-3936

Tel: +82.1599.1500

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www.jejuair.net

EMAIL: [email protected]

Korean Air

Telephone: 1(671)642-3200

Admin/Sales 1(671)642-1125/6

Cargo: 1(671)642-5333

www.koreanair.com

[email protected]

Philippine Airlines

General Sales Agents for PAL (Ticketing) 1(671)632-1615

www.philippineairlines.com

Email: [email protected]

T'wayAir Co.LTD

Tel: 1(671)989-1500

Website: www.twayair.com

Email: [email protected]

 

*A NOTAM is a notice containing information essential to personnel concerned with flight operations but not known far enough in advance to be publicized by other means. It states the abnormal status of a component of the National Airspace System (NAS) - not the normal status.

 

CONTACT: Rolenda Faasuamalie (Marketing Administrator) [email protected]
Tel: (671) 642-4645/646-0300 P.O. Box 8770 Tamuning, Guam 96931 www.guamairport.com