by Nick Delgado
Guam - Guam International Airport Executive Manager Carlos Salas says he decision to leave the airport is on a positive level. He says he has invested a lot of his career working for the government, and he now plans to spend the next few months with his family, not working.
He says there have been some major improvements during his tenure at the airport, telling KUAM News, "The other carriers have really showed good load factors, we have infrastructure projects that are on the way and we have the compensation that has been approved by the board. That study is certainly nowhere near perfect - it certainly can use more adjustments as we go along but certainly a lot of major accomplishments."
In the meantime, GIAA's deputy general manager, Mary Torres, will serve as acting executive manager.