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Flights to Guam

Guam has everything you could possibly want from a Pacific island holiday: white sand beaches, azure waters, and swaying palm trees included. The largest and most populated island in Micronesia, Guam is technically part of the USA and definitely feels like it. There are glitzy duty free shopping malls, sprawling hotels, and stars and stripes flying from any number of flag poles. The island is easy to explore, and once you get off the beaten track around Tumon you’ll find quiet villages, hidden beaches, and stunning waterfalls. 

Airports in Guam

Antonio B. Won Pat International Airport (GUM) is the only international airport in Guam. The airport is named after Guam’s first delegate to the US House of Representatives, and is a hub for both United Airlines and Asia Pacific Airlines.

Airlines that fly to Guam

No airlines fly direct to Guam from the UK. You can fly indirectly with a number of airlines, including KLM, Delta, Air France, Emirates, Philippine Airlines, British Airways, Korean Air, germanwings, ANA, Jin Air, and Hahn Air. It depends on which airport you’re flying to, and where you’re planning to make your layover. 

Getting to your destination

Public transport is available on Guam, but can be very sporadic. If you would prefer to avoid long waits at the bus stops, car hire is available at the airport through Avis. Taxis are also available, and rates vary depending on how far you’re planning to travel. You can get an estimated price from the assistant at the taxi desk.

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