$250K subsidy clears way for Osaka-Guam flights

Jeju Air will offer new nonstop flights between Kansai International Airport in Osaka, Japan, and Guam beginning in late July, subsidized in part by the Guam Visitors Bureau for $250,000. The new service will add 5,700 direct flight seats between Guam and …
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