Airport flight operations continue but limited entry into terminal

A.B. Won Pat International Airport (file photo)

In line with Governor Lourdes Leon Guerrero’s promulgation of Executive Order 2020-28 and applicable “Department of Public Health and Social Services (DPHSS) Guidance”, the A.B. Won Pat International Airport Authority, Guam (GIAA) advises of the following to ensure continued, although limited, services for workers, passengers and customers at the Airport.

24/7 Hour Operations

Airport operations continue with existing flights provided by the current operators for
passengers, cargo, and charter flights. Passengers are encouraged to contact their airline
directly on the status of their flights. Food and Beverage operations will be active during flight activity.

The GIAA Terminal Center, Airport Police Radio Dispatch Office, and the Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting (ARFF) unit remain operational 24/7.

Limited food and beverage operations as an airport operations passenger activity and support service, will be active only during flight activity.

Other airport offices will conduct business through telework. Communications may be conducted during normal business hours of 8-5, Monday – Friday via primary telephone lines 646-0300-02. Official correspondence may be sent to, and inquiry and or information requests may be sent to

Limited Entry into the Terminal

In line with the need for enhanced protection of the health and safety of all airport patrons,
only, employees on duty, active travelers, and persons delivering GIAA-authorized services to the Airport will be allowed entry into the terminal.

Well-wishers, visitors, and other persons not conducting GIAA-authorized business at the
terminal will be restricted from entry during this specific PCOR 1 period.

GIAA Executive Manager John “JQ” Quinata stated, “I want to assure the public, airlines and tenants that Airport operations will remain unaffected, and that the restrictions in place is for the safety and security for all at the Airport. I encourage all persons to practice preventive measures of wearing face masks and practicing social distance.”