Staff, 2022-10-09 09:00:00,
Editor’s note: This is the first of a two-part column about revitalizing air service into Guam.
In collaboration with Guam International Airport Authority, Guam Visitors Bureau is charting the viable expansion of air services on island and building a more competitive carrier market to help reduce passenger fares and cargo rates.
In fact, from Sept. 4 to 9, a delegation of GIAA and GVB representatives and I were in Japan to ask if inactive slot allocations at Haneda Airport can be temporarily filled by qualified airlines that are interested in servicing Haneda-Guam routes. In hot pursuit of this purpose, we even met with top officials at Haneda.
Securing a direct air link from Haneda would be a coup for “Destination: Guam, USA,” which has been trying to attain one for years, because Haneda is the premier and preferred airport serving the greater Tokyo region. Fortunately, a handful of airlines have already expressed interest. So, by expanding on talks, we hope to seal a deal and open the way to air traffic from beyond the confines of the Kanto region from…
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