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Guam Int’l Airport to Serve as Support Location for COPE NORTH 2024 Military Exercises

Friday, February 2, 2024

The A.B. Won Pat International Airport Authority, Guam (GIAA) facilities has been designated a support location for COPE NORTH 24 US military exercises taking place in the region as announced by the Pacific Air Forces Public Affairs office at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii. See COPE NORTH 2024 (www.pacaf.af.mil/News/Article-Display/Article/3651032/multinational-task- force-leading-air-sea-training-during-cope-north-24/). The exercises will consist of numerous military aircraft and personnel from the US Air Force and other allied forces operating over Guam and throughout the region from February 5-23, 2024.

“GIAA’s runways and taxiways are a vital piece of infrastructure supporting not only commercial aviation, but a critical alternate or divert location for Andersen Airfield” stated John M. Quinata, Executive Manager. “GIAA is proud to support regional military exercises as a support location,” he continued.

The community may anticipate increased military air activity and associated noise on or around the Guam International Airport facilities over the next two weeks. No commercial operations are expected to be impacted. Mr. Quinata further reiterated that, “We thank our Guam residents for their patience and understanding as the Airport does its part in support of these joint military training exercises.”