Officially saddled with the long-winded name of Antonio B Won Pat International Guam Airport, Guam International Airport is located on the north coast of Guam, three miles (4.8km) east of the capital city of Agana.
While the airport was originally founded as a military facility during World War II, it now serves about three million tourists each year who come for a relaxing holiday on the sunny beaches of Guam. The facilities in Guam International Airport are basic, but it runs smoothly and efficiently; the basement level of the airport handles arrivals, while departures are located on the third floor. There are regular flights to Guam International Airport from cities in Asia and Oceania, with a few routes from the US as well.
Four miles (6.9km) east of Agana
Parking is availablestarting at $2 for 15 minutes, and up to $15 per day.
Internet terminals are available in the airport.
Guam International Airport has conference facilities, however they are not as nice as those located in nearby hotels like the Days Inn. Business lounges operated by several airlines offer services and facilities for their passengers.
Guam Airport Taxis: the taxi fares above are intended as a guideline only.