United tentatively cancels all flights for May 24 due to Typhoon Mawar

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United Airlines announced that most of the afternoon flights scheduled for May 23 and all flights for May 24 have been tentatively canceled, due to inclement weather as a result of Typhoon Mawar.

United has issued a travel waiver for all Guam, Saipan, and Micronesia flights scheduled between May 22 and 24.

The United City Ticket Office in Guam will be partially open from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. on May 23 to assist customers. The CTO will be closed on May 24.

United customers who are scheduled to depart on May 23 and May 24 can check united.com or the United app for the most current flight information or to reschedule their flights as a result of Typhoon Mawar.

Customers can contact United Reservations at 1-800-864-8331 for assistance.


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Isaiah Aguon, also known as Izzy, is news director for the Pacific News Center. He returned to PNC in April 2023, after leaving Sorensen Media Group about two years ago in April 2021. As news director, his duties include anchoring PNC's radio and television stations, producing news, and managing and editing PNC's digital and social media platforms. Aguon, 21, formerly worked at KUAM News as a television news anchor, show host, and multimedia journalist for more than a year. He previously worked for The Guam Daily Post, Marianas Business Journal, and Guam Business Magazine.