Passengers can expect warmer conditions - News: On Air. Online. On Demand.

Passengers can expect warmer conditions

by Nick Delgado

Guam - Things have been heating up at the Guam International Airport Authority, as three of the facilities air handling units are down causing warmer conditions for the check-in and TSA screening areas. In the interim, GIAA board chair Mike Ysrael says GIAA management will be placing smaller units in the affected areas by the end of this week until the larger units are replaced.

He says its estimated to cost about $475,000 to replace the air handling units, which he says may not arrive for another three months. 

Powered by Frankly