Guam Antonio B. Won Pat International Airport (GUM)
Travel and Ground Transport
Located 6 km / 4 miles north-east of the capital of Hagatna (Agana) and 3 km / 2 miles from the popular resort of Tumon Bay, Guan International Airport has limited but adequate public ground transportation, with a choice of local buses, shuttles, taxis and limousines.
Most of the accommodation providers on the island can arrange free airport transfers for their guests.
Guam Mass Transit Authority (GMTA) operates nine bus routes that connect all of the island's towns and villages with the airport. There are no services on Sundays or public holidays, but buses run at least hourly at other times. The journey from the airport into the capital takes about 15 minutes, while Tumon Bay is just a 10-minute drive.
With the island of Guam being so small, most hotels and other lodgings offer their guests complimentary pick-up and drop-off services to and from the airport. Most hotels need to be notified in advance, so you should contact your lodgings directly or enquire with your travel agent if you want to take advantage of a hotel shuttle service.
One limousine company, Kobayashi, operates on the island and can arrange luxury cars with knowledgeable, multi-lingual drivers for reasonable rates. Kobayashi can be contacted on: +1 671 649 450.
There are always numerous taxis on standby at the airport and although metered, their drivers have a bad reputation of ripping off travellers. To counter this, the island's tourism department offers free pre-paid postcards at the airport on which you can write a complaint citing the driver's name and vehicle number; make one of these visible to the driver before you enter the cab to preempt any fare adjustments. The taxi stands are located just outside the main entrance to GUM terminal.