Antonio B. Won Pat International Airport
Situated in Barrigada and Tamuning three miles from downtown Hagåtña, Guam International Airport is the only commercial air gateway into the island. It was named after the first Guam delegate to serve in the United States House of Representatives and is operated by the government-run A.B. Won Pat Airport Authority. The facility is a hub for Asia Pacific Airlines and United Airlines and has one three-story passenger terminal with adequate facilities. It’s easy to fly in from Honolulu, which has non-stop services to major airports in the US, such as Denver, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Washington-Dulles, and Houston. There are also regular flights to Manila, Osaka-Kansai, Tokyo-Narita, Taipei-Taoyuan, Saipan, Cairns, Rota, and Seoul-Incheon.
The well-appointed terminal houses a range of conference and business facilities, banks, currency exchange operations, ATMs, and excellent duty-free shops. There are a good selection of restaurants, cafés and bars mostly on the concourse level (Departures). The airport also offers adequate public transportation options including taxis, shuttles and local buses. Car rental desks can be found on-site.