Guam Antonio B. Won Pat International Airport (GUM)
Airlines and Terminals
Serving the popular tourist destinations of Guam and Continental Micronesia, Guam Antonio B. Won Pat International Airport is a busy terminal which handles more than 300 flights weekly to and from the island.
The airport has daily direct flights to many major cities across the Asia-Pacific region such as Osaka, Taipei, Tokyo, Seoul, Honolulu, Saipan, Cairns, Bali, Hong Kong, Manila, Nagoya, Okinawa and Sapporo. China Airlines, Delta, Freedom Air and United all serve GUM airport.
Guam Airport has a simple three-level layout, with a ground floor entrance, Baggage Claim area, Arrivals and a concourse for Departures. The site has a public parking lot with 450 spaces for both short-term and long-term parking. A highlight of the terminal building is the displays of works of art by local craftsmen as well as by renowned international artists such as Wyland.
By positioning Baggage Claim on the ground level, Arrivals on apron level and Departures on the concourse level, Guam's international airport has a terminal which is very easy to navigate and get around. The interior is spacious and roomy, with a relaxing atmosphere.
- Terminal - serves major Asia-Pacific cities such as Osaka, Taipei, Tokyo, Seoul, Honolulu, Saipan, Cairns, Bali, Hong Kong, Manila, Nagoya, Okinawa and Sapporo. Major airlines include: ANA, Asiana, China Airlines, JAL and North-west
The following list provides information on the main airlines that serve Guam Antonio B. Won Pat International (GUM).
- China Airlines
- Delta Air Lines
- EVA Air
- Freedom Air
- Japan Airlines
- Jeju Air
- Jin Air
- Korean Air
- Philippine Airlines
- United Airlines
- United Express (Cape Air)