“This expanded service conveniently connects to United’s daily Guam-Honolulu flights at Guam International Airport for both ways, allowing passengers from the Philippines to travel to many cities in the US such as Denver, Los Angeles, and San Francisco via Guam and Honolulu,” United said.
It also conveniently connects to United’s daily Guam-Saipan service.
“United is always ready to add capacity whenever we see increased demand. The Philippines is one of our key markets in Asia and we’re excited to better serve our customers with this expanded flight schedule to/from Manila,” said Wally Dias, managing director of sales for Greater China, Korea, and Southeast Asia at United.
The airline has provided service to Manila for nearly 40 years and over the course of the pandemic has maintained continuous service between Manila and Guam.
United is the only US airline connecting Manila and Guam, thus also offering convenient flight service to Honolulu and Saipan via its hub in Guam.