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United Airlines to Fly From Guam to Both Tokyo Airports

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The U.S. territory of Guam is set to welcome a new nonstop flight to Tokyo.

Chicago-based United Airlines will launch the service to Haneda Airport (HND) in the Japanese capital from its mini-hub in Guam on May 1, 2024.

“As we grow our global network, we’re always looking for opportunities to give our customers more choice and strengthen links between countries,” said Patrick Quayle, senior vice president of global network planning and alliances at United. “This route – connecting Tokyo’s most convenient airport with our unique Guam hub – accomplishes just that.”

Here are the details about United’s latest Pacific network expansion.

Guam’s New Nonstop Service to Tokyo With United

United’s new route from Guam to Tokyo will join Fukuoka (FUK), Nagoya (NGO), and Osaka (KIX) as the 4th nonstop service to Japan from the tiny island of Guam.

The round-trip service is currently planned with the following schedule, blocked for roughly 4 hours of flying time:

  • Depart Guam (GUM) 7 p.m. — Arrive Tokyo-Haneda (HND) 10 p.m.
  • Depart Tokyo-Haneda (HND) 11:55 p.m. — Arrive Guam (GUM) 4:45 a.m. (+1)
Guam to Haneda
Route map of United’s new service from Guam (GUM) to Tokyo-Haneda (HND). Image Credit: Great Circle Mapper

As the largest airline operating at Guam, United can make the most of its small feet of aircraft based at the airport to add this second nonstop service to the Japanese capital.

United has Boeing 737-800 jets based in Guam, which will operate the new service to Tokyo-Haneda. They can carry up to 166 passengers, with 16 of those spots in business class.

Tickets go on sale on the evening of Friday, February 23, at United’s website, and we expect economy round-trip fares to start around $650.

Hot Tip:

You will able to use United miles to fly this route — or any of the airline’s routes to Tokyo — so read up on our guide on the best ways to earn United miles.

With the addition of the Guam service, United will operate from a total of 6 destinations to Tokyo’s Haneda Airport. United also operates daily nonstop service to Tokyo’s second airport, Narita (NRT), including from Guam, with 3 daily round-trip flights.

Final Thoughts

It’s great to see United building out its network from Guam, introducing an additional service to Tokyo-Haneda.

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Daniel has loved aviation and travel his entire life. He earned a Master of Science in Air Transport Management and has written about travel and aviation in publications like Simple Flying, The Points Guy, and more.


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