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Fly Guam implements strategic plan

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - Fly Guam has a new shareholder and will be implementing a new strategic plan that the company hopes will provide a more stable and predictable operating climate. As a result, the airline suspended its flights between Guam and Saipan and Guam and Palau until the beginning of December. 

Fly Guam will operate flights between Guam and Saipan over Thanksgiving. The company made a private sale of 51% to Triyar Capital and Management found that suspending the routes was a sensible and proactive decision.  Next month the airline will focus on securing flights from Japan, China and Taiwan to bring more tourists to Guam, Saipan and Palau.

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