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Airlines make flight changes

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 by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - AIRLINES MAKE FLIGHT CHANGES

The Guam International Airport Authority (GIAA) has released a list of updated flight changes for tomorrowOctober 6, 2014.

Delta Airlines flights for Monday, October 6th:

Flight 617 CANCELLED
Flight 626 arrival 14:30 CANCELLED
Flight 294 arrival 14:40 CANCELLED
Flight 648 arrival 14:55 CANCELLED


United Airlines flights for Sunday, October 5th:

Flight 197 CANCELLED
Flight 200 scheduled for Monday, October 6th is scheduled to depart at 10:00 p.m. tonight.


Cape Air flight to Saipan CANCELLED

United Airlines flights for Monday, October 6th:

All flights coming to/from Guam on Monday, October 6th CANCELLED

Korean Airlines flights for Sunday, October 5th:

Flight 111 15 Hours Delayed
Flight 733 CANCELLED
Flight 2115 DELAYED


 Japan Airlines Flight 941 CANCELLED

Fed-Ex Cargo has also been delayed for 24-hours. Arrival dependent on weather conditions.

All airline customers are encouraged to contact their respective airlines for any further changes.
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