Cape Air operations back online


Cape Air/ United is back and running after two days of cancelled flights.

According to and United Corporate Communications, Cape Air flights from Guam to the CNMI have resumed.

“In response to the flight cancellations of Cape Air on Jan. 27 and 28, United operated extra flights on both days using a Boeing 737-800 aircraft to accommodate the affected passengers in Guam, Saipan, and Rota,” United said in a statement.

“Cape Air has reinstated a normal operation from this morning. We regret any inconvenience experienced by our customers.”

A reason for flight cancellation of all Cape Air flights on Wednesday and Tuesday was not given.

Swaths of flights were cancelled during the middle months of last year largely due to reported technical issues. United flew accommodating flights during this time as well.

Dennis B. Chan | Reporter
Dennis Chan covers education, environment, utilities, and air and seaport issues in the CNMI. He graduated with a degree in English Literature from the University of Guam. Contact him at

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