Guam – Concerns about the safety of the service united airlines provides to Guam and the CNMI will be the focus of a round-table discussion next week at the legislature.
Transportation Committee Chair Senator Mike San Nicolas called the Round-Table for next Wednesday evening.
The Senator says he is responding to concerns raised by the community over the recent mechanical issues with United’s aging fleet. That includes the emergency diversion to Midway island because of smoke in the cabin. And last week’s “seal-issue” with a window in the cock-pit that forced a United flight to return to Guam.
Senator San Nicolas says that United’s Vice President for Safety will be flying in from Chicago to attend the round-table meeting.
The Round-Table gets underway next week Wednesday, August 20th at 6pm in the Legislature’s public hearing room.