After being closed due to flooding within its passenger terminal building following the passage of Typhoon Mawar, the Guam International Airport has reopened for regular scheduled passenger flights on Monday (May 29).

“After working around the clock to address the impacts to the airport terminal building, equipment, and operations by .......

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