The two-hour welcome: No solution yet to Guam arrivals delays
Hotel managers, tourism industry officials and elected representatives with sights set on improving visitor impressions and return rates to Guam have been voicing a common concern. They say transit times at the A.B. Won Pat International Airport, Guam, are hurting the tourism industry.
“The average processing time for the foreign tourist is about an hour and 30 minutes, which is half the flight time to get to Guam,” said Milton K. Morinaga, managing director for PHR Ken Micronesia Inc., which owns five . . .
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