Guam Won Pat (GUM) Airport

Guam Won Pat GUM Airport Overview

Guam Won Pat International Airport GUM, serves the U.S. Territory of Guam, situated on Guam Island, southwest of the Northern Mariana Islands in the Pacific Ocean.  It has been ranked by the US Office of Travel & Tourism as being 5th for International Arrivals among the top US Airports.

GUM Airport is located three miles east of the capital city of Hagatna, and is situated in the heart of Guam's business district. Its close proximity to Asia places the island in a unique role as being an 'Asian tiger with American stripes'.

With two long runways and an estimated 2.8 million passengers a year, Won Pat Airport is hub for both United and Asia Pacific Airlines, and is served by a number of airlines offering flights to the United States, to Asia, Australia and to  various Pacific islands. 

A.B. Won Pat Airport has one passenger terminal. 

Present & Future airport developments:  In July 2014 it was announced that a new baggage handling system (B|HS) is to be in place by 2016, doubling capaciy of baggage handling & screening, while creating more  room for passenger traffic due to elimination of x-ray pods from ticket lobby.  While the current manual baggage system can only screen 200 bags/hr - the new state-of-the-art system will be able to handle 680 bags/hr.

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