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Flights to Japan return to Guam after quake

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - With the Tsunami Warning remaining in effect for Guam until 11pm Friday, the Guam International Airport Authority continues to take steps to help airlines impacted by the traffic in and out of Japan. According to marketing manager Rolenda Faasuamalie, the

The airport is playing host to two Jetstar A-320 aircraft from Australia that were en route to Japan but were diverted to Guam. Officials are unsure how long the aircraft will stay on Guam.

In the meantime, outbound flights to Japan have been delayed until further notice. This includes CO-963 to Narita, CO-975 to Nagoya, CO-969 to Narita, and CO-927 to Kansai.

There were three flights that left for Japan from Guam earlier today that have since returned back safely - Delta 289, Japan Airlines 942 and CO-917.

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