A.B. Won Pat International Airport Authority, Guam

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Last Phase of Runway 6L/24R

Friday, May 8, 2009

The A.B. Won Pat International Airport Authority is in the last phase of the Runway Extension Project with the recent award of $15.9M to complete the extension of Runway 24R. This last phase will add an additional 1,000 feet to the 24R end of the main runway which will now equip Guam with a total of 12, 000 foot runway from its original length of 10,000 feet..Construction work is ongoing for the extension of an additional 1,000 feet to the 6L end of the main runway, completion of the north parallel taxiway, and is scheduled for completion in April 2010.

“We are at the brink of completing an important component for true marketability of Guam for more passengers and cargo services within the region, “stated Chairman Martin J. Gerber. “The economic potential of this project is huge. We will be able to accommodate long range, long haul, fully loaded aircraft, with the capability to operate direct transpacific flights to the US west coast. Expanding air service from Guam and the revenue opportunity for our people is tremendous.”

Completion of the extension of Runway 24R is the culmination of a series of projects worth over $57 Million in airfield improvements that increases capacity and safety at Guam’s Airport.

  • Runway 6L Extension – $11M
  • Navigational Aids servicing extended runways – $5M
  • Airfield Lighting Systems – $6M
  • Runway 24L Extension Project – $9M
  • Parallel Taxiway Construction Project – $8.5M

“All this investment is made possible by FAA grant funding, ” noted Executive Manager Carlos H. Salas. “The benefits of these projects provides us the ability to serve new destinations, improve Guam’s hub and spoke operations and facilitates air cargo activities for our private partners who have also invested millions of dollars in integrated cargo infrastructure,” he further stated. “This is a highlight of the Airport’s portfolio and gives us the competitive edge in air service development in the entire region.”

Hawaiian Rock was the successful bidder for the extension of Runway 24R that is comprised of three stages that includes construction of runway, pavement surfacing, runway lighting, permanent markings, runway grooving, and runway edge lights. Hawaiian Rock’s bid came below the government estimate by more than $800,000.