Air Busan resumes Busan-Guam after 20 months

From November 27, Busan-Guam routes will resume operation.
Every Saturday, once a week, travel without quarantine

Air Busan resumed the Busan-Guam route after about 20 months. / Air Busan

Air Busan announced that it will resume operations on the Busan-Guam route from November 27. It has been about 20 months since the flight was suspended due to COVID-19.

Air Busan’s Busan-Guam flights operate once a week every Saturday. It departs from Gimhae International Airport at 8:05 am and arrives at the local airport at 1:05 pm, and the return flight departs at 3:05 pm and arrives at Gimhae International Airport at 6:30 pm. Air Busan’s new aircraft, the A321neo, will be used.

Passengers on Guam flights can enter Korea without quarantine only if they bring ▲Vaccination completion English certificate ▲Coronavirus negative confirmation issued within 72 hours. If you have an English certificate of completion of vaccination or use the Electronic Vaccination Certificate (COOV) application to prove the completion of vaccination, you can use the local multi-use facilities (restaurants, shopping malls, etc.) in Guam. To be eligible for quarantine exemption upon returning to Korea, you must undergo a COVID-19 PCR test within 72 hours before returning home, and the Guam Government Tourism Office is subsidizing the cost of the test.

By Kim Seon-joo, staff reporter [email protected]

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