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Travel Alerts

Typhoon Krosa is expected to bring dangerous storm conditions to areas of Western Japan, including Kyushu, Shikoku, and western Honshu, beginning Wednesday, August 14, 2019, and continuing through the early morning of Friday, August 16, 2019, when the storm is expected to move north away from the Kansai region. Based on current tracking, the storm may also cause disruptions throughout Central Japan as Krosa moves north.

Many airlines are proactively cancelling or delaying flights. Airlines including American, Delta, Hawaiian and United have issued waivers for several of the airports they serve which may include:

Fukuoka, Japan (FUK)
Kansai, Japan (KIX)
Nagoya, Japan (NGO)
Osaka, Japan (ITM)

Japan Airlines and ANA are also allowing flexible rebooking for many airports they serve across Japan that maybe in the storm’s path.

Please contact your Adelman travel consultant for additional information on this developing storm.  

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