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 regional hub for Micronesia. It 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. (for more informtion open 'Terminal Map' and scroll down to the text).
Present & Future airport developments: In July 2017 the $110 million captial improvement project 'Vision Hulo' started with work on the International Arrivals Corridor - separating arriving from departing passengers and thereby reclaiming full use of the concourse and remove the temporary walls. The new corridor is to provide permanent solution to Transport Security Administration's requirements. The new International Arrivals Corridor will create a third Terminal level - to be accessed by moving 'pods' (built externally to the existing structure). Arriving passengers are to be transported to level 3, getting directly to the US Customs Hall (separated from departing passengers on level 2).
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