Antonio B. Won Pat International Airport is also known as Guam International Airport. It is an airport in Tamuning and Barrigada operated by the A.B. Won Pat International Airport Authority, Guam, an agency of the Government of Guam.
GUM is located 3 miles (4.8 km) east of the capital city of Hagåtña (formerly Agana) in the United States territory of Guam. The airport covers an area of 1,657 acres.
Airport Stats & Facts
- GUM airport the home of the former Naval Air Station Agana and is the only international airport in the territory.
- In 2020, the airport received received “SAFE TRAVEL” designation from World Travel & Tourism Council, indicating new and enhanced measures under the WE CARE program have met the standard of global protocols for airports.
Airport Traveling Tips
- Passengers are recommended to arrive at least 2 hours before a domestic flight departure, and at least 3 hours before an international flight.
- To make the journey hassle-free, travellers are advised to print the boarding passes ahead of arrival or plan for mobile boarding.
- Place cell phones, PDA’s, keys, loose change, jewelry and large metal items in your carry-on baggage before entering the screening checkpoint.
- Before heading to the airport for a flight, please have a look at the Guam Airport Map here.
Passenger Pickup and Drop-off
- Passengers can be picked up and dropped off outside the terminal building.
- Drivers should make sure to not stop for too long and never leave the vehicle attended.
- Arrival flight status provides the arrival times, gate information, delays, and time to land for the Guam Airport.
- Departing flight status has the lists of scheduled vs actual departure, gate information, map tracking, and flight delays.
- To get the best fares, book a flight at GUM here.
Guam Airport has one passenger terminal with 3 levels.
It houses the customs offices, a tour group lobby, rental car booths, and visitor Information, with Customs inspection and 5 baggage carousels.
Also known as the departure level, it has ticket counters in both East & West Wing lobbies, a Meeter /Greeter area, a cafe & airline & GIAA offices.
This level has duty-free shops, food courts, security checkpoints, food court, GIAA Administrative offices, INS offices, Immigration and escalators to baggage claim & customs areas.
For more information, please refer to the GUM Airport Map here.
The various airlines served at Guam Airport include Philippine Airlines, Jeju Airlines, Japan Airlines, and many more.
View the full list of airlines served at GUM Airport here.
Short-term parking is one of the most convenient options to park at Guam Airport.
0-15 minutes: $2.00
16-30 minutes: $4.00
31-60 minutes: $6.00
1-2 hours: $10.00
Passengers who’re traveling for a longer duration can use this lot for parking.
0 - 3 Days (or fraction): $12.00/day
3 - 7 Days (or fraction): $11.00/day
7 Days or More (or fraction): $10.00/day
There are many ways passengers can get from Guam Airport. From rental cars to public transport to taxi, plus more, travelers can choose among a variety of options available after arriving at the airport.
Car Rentals can be easily found at the GUM Airport. Hertz, Dollar, Budget, Avis, etc. are some of the well-known providers.
Passengers can choose among various taxi service providers at GUM including Mango Taxi, Hey Guam Taxi, and many more.
Amenities & Services
For visitors to have a great stay, Guam Airport provides a myriad of amenities and services including:
- Store, gift shops, and local souvenir shops.
- Restaurants, bars, and cafes.
- Shoeshine stations, and massage bars.
- Free Wi-Fi internet throughout the airport.
- Multiple art installations and exhibits on display.
- Vending machines, and banks/ATMs.
Address: 355 Chalan Pasaheru, Route 10A, Hagatna, Mariana Islands, 96931, GUM
Phone: (671) 646 0300
Guam Airport: A Brief History Timeline
- The airport was built by the Japanese Navy about 1943, calling the military airfield Guamu Dai Ni (Guam No. 2) as part of their defense of the Marianas.
- In 1944, it was renamed Agana Airfield, due to the proximity of the town, after being repaired by Seabees of the 5th Construction Brigade in October.
- In 1947, the USAAF turned over the airfield to the United States Navy, which consolidated its facilities with those at the closing Harmon Air Force Base in 1949, and operated Naval Air Station Agana until it was closed by the 1993 Base Realignment and Closure Commission.
- A new passenger terminal building was opened in 1982, and the current, much larger terminal building was opened in phases between 1996 and 1998.
- In July 2017, the A.B. Won Pat International Airport Authority launched its Vision Hulo' campaign, which includes around $167 million in capital improvement projects to help boost services and operation for the airport.
- In April 2020, a year later, limited flights were being conducted by United Airlines, Philippine Airlines and Jin Air.