Japan-Guam flight route to resume

Beginning in August, the Guam route of Japan Airlines will resume after more than two years. This will see two weekly flights from Narita International Airport.

Alongside Honolulu and Kona in Hawaii, flight routes to these destinations are being increased during the summer season as Japan eases entry restrictions and lowers its infectious disease risk information level.

Japanese market campaign ambassadors celebrate Tourism month in Guam in May. Japan Airlines will resume its flight route to the U.S territory from August. Picture: Guam Visitors Bureau

“Japan Airlines has supported Guam’s tourism industry for more than 50 years and we are pleased to see their resumption of direct service in support of our recovery efforts in the Japan market,” said Carl T.C. Gutierrez, President and CEO of the Guam Visitors Bureau.

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“We look forward to greeting all future travellers without warm “Hafa Ada” spirit and thank Japan Airlines for their continued partnership.”
Japan Airlines has operated the Tokyo-Guam route since 1970.

As part of Guam’s “Tourism month” celebrations in May, several Japanese ambassadors visited the U.S territory to assist with industry recovery efforts and also mark the 55th anniversary of the first flight from Japan to Guam.

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