By Pacific Island Times News Staff
United Airlines announced the inbound and outbound flights scheduled for June 3 and 4, which had been reset from their original dates due to the calamitous typhoon Mawar that caused the Guam airport to shut down.
United said it will be returning to its normal flight schedule next week.
About 6,000 tourists were stranded on Guam as a result of flight cancelations. Commercial flights resumed Tuesday.
"United continues to assist customers with rescheduling flights to return home after super typhoon Mawar," the carrier said. "A travel waiver remains in effect for flights booked through June 15."