JIC Recovery Release No. 16 - Fuel Update; Shelter Update; Port Authority of Guam Update; Guam Airport Update


JIC Recovery Release No. 16 - Fuel Update; Shelter Update; Port Authority of Guam Update; Guam Airport Update

The community is reminded that there is sufficient fuel. Additional stations are opening, as available. Information that is provided to the Joint Information Center is reported directly by fuel company officials. 

Mobil provided the following update, that as of 05/28/2023 at 5 p.m.,  twelve (12) service stations are open:

  • Mobil East Agana

  • Mobil Airport

  • Mobil Maite

  • Mobil Fatima

  • Mobil Liguan

  • Mobil Yigo North

  • Mobil Yigo Perez Acres

  • Mobil Sinajana 

  • Mobil Upper Tumon 

  • Mobil Agat 

  • Mobil Apra Heights 

  • Mobil Tamuning, DIESEL ONLY, with the exception of the hours of 6 p.m. - 10 p.m., which is exclusive for healthcare workers and first responders with a valid ID, limited to (1) one container per vehicle.


Shell stations:

  • Hagatna (8 a.m. - 8 p.m.)

  • Tamuning (9 a.m. - 8 p.m.)

  • Harmon (9 a.m. - 8 p.m.)

  • MicroMall Intersection (9 a.m. - 8 p.m.)

  • Tiyan (2 p.m. - 8 p.m.)

  • Chalan Pago (Diesel Only) (2 p.m. - 8 p.m.)


Emergency Shelter Update: 

Effective immediately, emergency shelters will no longer be accepting residents who have been displaced by Typhoon Mawar. As shelterees begin returning home to clean and assess damages, the current shelter capacity has decreased to 815.


Port Authority of Guam Update:

Port Authority of Guam (PAG) operations will resume today and will offload a Matson container ship. Yesterday, the PAG terminal yard was completely cleaned up. PAG confirmed that Gantry 5 is operational after addressing damage to conduits and its circuit board. Gantry 4 and Gantry 6 have issues with their computer boards and are currently being serviced.


As of 10:30 a.m. today, the U.S. Coast Guard issued the all-clear to open from the waterway perspective while PAG immediately issued the all-clear from the dockside. PAG has received notice of arrivals for two vessels and is ready to service those vessels. Additionally, Guam Customs and Quarantine officers are ready for operations. Matson was scheduled to arrive at noon today, with APL to dock once discharge of Matson’s Maunawili is completed. Matson’s Manoa and Papa Mau are also scheduled to arrive May 30, 2023. 


Guam Airport to open regular flight operations:

After working around the clock to address the impacts to the airport terminal building, equipment, and operations by Typhoon Mawar, the Guam International Airport Authority on May 29, 2023 at 3:00 p.m.


The Airport has phased in to normal operations with a restricted opening for humanitarian and essential cargo flights on May 25, 2023, bringing much needed supplies and emergency personnel to Guam. These operations will continue for typhoon recovery efforts.


Airlines are anticipated to file their flight plans with the GIAA to begin flight operations and to bring their regularly scheduled operations online. Passengers are advised to contact their airlines directly for flight status and rescheduling their flights. Below are contact numbers for our airline partners:



United Airlines

Tel: +1(800) 864-8331

Fax: (671) 649 6588

Cargo: (671) 645-8570


Jin Air Co. Ltd.

Tel: 1(671)642-2800

Fax: 1(671)642-2801

Website: www.jinair.com

Email gumkk@jinair.com

Jeju Air Co.LTD

Tel: 1(671)649-3936

Tel: +82.1599.1500

(Automated Menu)



Korean Air

Telephone: 1(671)642-3200

Admin/Sales 1(671)642-1125/6

Cargo: 1(671)642-5333



Philippine Airlines

General Sales Agents for PAL

(Ticketing) 1(671)632-1615


Email: gumkzpr@pal.com.ph

T'way Air Co.LTD

Tel: 1(671)989-1500

Website: www.twayair.com

Email: gumkk@twayair.com



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For more information, contact the Joint Information Center at (671) 478-0208/09/10.




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