Continental Will Fly Guam-Saipan January 19-20


Guam –  Continental Airlines announced that it will operate two round-trip flights between Guam’s A.B. Won Pat International Airport (GUM) and Saipan Airport (SPN), Jan. 19 and 20. The decision was made in lieu of Continental Connection partner Cape Air’s suspended services on both days due to required maintenance work on the ATR aircraft that currently serves the route. Continental is doing everything possible to accommodate all affected customers, but due to ongoing runway construction in Saipan, Continental is unable to operate additional service between Guam and Saipan during daylight hours. Continental will operate the flights using Boeing 737 next-generation aircraft.

Affected customers are requested to contact Continental reservation office to amend their reservations and secure travel plans on one of the subject flights or other available flights The schedule for the subject flights is as follows:

Date                           Flight Route                           Departing     Arriving      Aircraft Model
Jan. 19, 2011             CO 987 – Guam – Saipan         02:30            02:55         B737

Jan. 19, 2011             CO 986 – Saipan – Guam         03:50            04:35         B737

Jan. 20, 2011             CO 987 – Guam – Saipan         02:30            02:55         B737

Jan. 20, 2011             CO 986 – Saipan – Guam         03:50            04:35         B737

For travel bookings and other customer inquiries, please contact the local Continental reservation office:
Guam: +1- 671-647-6453
Saipan: +1-866-359-6435

About Continental Airlines
Continental Airlines is a wholly owned subsidiary of United Continental Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: UAL). Continental, together with Continental Express and Continental Connection, has more than 2,400 daily departures throughout the Americas, Europe and Asia, serving 142 domestic and 131 international destinations. Continental is a member of Star Alliance, which overall offers 21,000 daily flights to 1,160 airports in 181 countries. Continental has hubs serving Cleveland, Guam, Houston and New York/Newark Liberty, and together with its regional partners, carries approximately 63 million passengers per year.

United Continental Holdings, Inc. became the holding company for both United and Continental upon close of the merger transaction. The two airlines will operate separately as they begin to integrate key customer services, marketing activities and airport processes. For more company information, go to and follow on Twitter and Facebook.

For further Information, please contact:
Company:  MARQ consulting
Name:        Mary P. Torre
Telephone: 1- 671-687-3633