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Travel Alerts

After battering Guam and the northern Mariana Islands, Super Typhoon Hagibis is now tracking toward mainland Japan. Forecasters are saying that the Tokyo area will see some of the greatest impacts starting Friday night but with the worst coming on Saturday.  By Sunday, much of Japan can expect improving weather; however, downpours and strong winds will still be possible in far northern Honshu and eastern Hokkaido.
Airlines have issued waivers as follows:

AeroMexico issued waivers for Tokyo Narita through Oct. 13.

American Airlines issued waivers for Osaka (Itami & Kansai), Nagoya and Tokyo (Haneda & Narita) Oct. 12-13.

ANA has proactively cancelled some flights including service to Tokyo on Oc. 12. Waivers also apply for many airports some of which include:

Oct. 11: Hachijojima, Osaka (Itami & Kansai) Kobe, Tokyo (Haneda & Narita)
Oct. 12: Shonai, Niigata, Sendai, Fukushima, Noto, Toyama, Komatsu, Tokyo (Haneda & Narita), Hachijojima, Shizuoka, Nagoya Chubu, Osaka (Itami & Kansai), Kobe, Tokushima, Takamatsu, Kochi
Oct. 13: Shonai, Niigata, Sendai, Fukushima, Noto, Toyama, Komatsu, Tokyo (Haneda & Narita), Hachijojima, Shizuoka, Nagoya Chubu

British Airways issued waivers for Osaka (Kansai) and Tokyo (Haneda & Narita) through Oct. 13.

Cathay Pacific issued waivers for Nagoya, Osaka, Tokyo (Haneda & Tokyo) through Oct. 13

Delta/KLM issued waivers for Osaka (Kansai), Nagoya and Tokyo (Haneda & Narita) through Oct. 13.

Iberia issued waivers for Osaka (Itami & Kansai), Nagoya and Tokyo (Haneda & Narita) Oct. 12-13.

JAL is advising of irregular operations with some flights being proactively cancelled and special ticket handling in effect. Some of the airports include:

Oct 11:  Nagoya, Osaka (Itami & Kansai), Kitadaito, Minamidaito
Oct 12: Tokyo (Haneda & Narita), Nagoya, Osaka (Itami & Kansai), Sendai,   Yamagata, Niigata, Komatsu, Nanki-Shirahama, Tokushima, Takamatsu, Kochi
Oct 13: Tokyo (Haneda & Narita), Nagoya, Osaka (Itami & Kansai), Sendai,   Yamagata, Niigata, Komatsu

United issued waivers for Fukuoka, Nagoya, Osaka, Tokyo (Haneda & Tokyo) through Oct. 13

Other carriers may also offer waivers. Other airports could also be impacted and waivers will likely be extended or added depending on the track and strength of this developing storm.

Travelers are advised to monitor airline flight status with regards to your specific itinerary. 

Please contact your Adelman travel consultant for additional information.  

 

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