Serving as a gateway into one of several U.S. territories in the Pacific Ocean, Guam International Airport is served by major airline companies from Asia and the United States. Passengers can access the ticket counters and check-in areas in the Departure Level (Second Floor) of the terminal building. All flights arrive in the Basement Level and all flights take off from the Concourse East and Concourse West areas of the Departure Level. Passengers should also be aware that some airlines may call Guam’s airport as Antonio B. Won Pat International Airport.
The busiest airline company at Guam International Airport is United Airlines. In fact, this airport serves as a hub for this major American carrier. Chicago O’Hare International Airport is the only continental U.S. destination that is offered by United Airlines. Additionally, Honolulu International Airport in the Pacific U.S. state of Hawaii is also on the United Airlines schedule. No other airline companies provide direct flights between Guam and the United States.
All of the other destinations offered by United Airlines are within Asia and the Pacific region. Hiroshima, Hong Kong, Manila, Osaka, and Tokyo are some of the major destinations offered through United Airlines service at Guam International Airport. Australia, Micronesia, Marshall Islands, and Northern Mariana Islands are also accessible via this busy U.S. airline.
Delta Air Lines is the only other American carrier that serves Guam International Airport. This huge airline offers direct flights between the U.S. island nation of Guam and several major destinations in Japan. Delta service consists of flights to Nagoya, Osaka and Tokyo.
China Airlines connects Guam International Airport with Taiwan’s capital city of Taipei. To avoid confusion, passengers should know that China Airlines is the official national flag carrier of Taiwan, sometimes referred to as the Republic of China. The Taiwanese company EVA Air also offers direct flights to Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport.
Guam International Airport is directly connected to Seoul Incheon International Airport thanks to three South Korean airline companies. Korean Air, Jeju Air and Jin Air take passengers from Guam to South Korea’s capital city. On a seasonal basis, the flag carrier Korean Air also offers flights to Busan, South Korea’s second biggest city. Japan Airlines and Philippine Airlines are other major Asian companies that serve Guam International Airport.
Freedom Air connects Guam International Airport with two destinations in the Northern Mariana Islands, which are Pacific U.S. territories. Based in Guam, this company transports passengers to Rota and Saipan.