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Travel Alerts

Airport officials at Osaka Kansai International Airport say they expect 99 percent of all regularly scheduled flights to be back operating as normal as of Sept. 21, 2018. A few carriers such as JAL, ANA and Cathay Pacific are still offering change waivers for varying periods beyond the 21st up until Sept. 30.

Travelers are advised to reconfirm airline flight schedules with regards to your specific itinerary and to contact your airline or your Adelman travel consultant for specific rebooking or cancelation options. 

Passengers should note that some airlines have needed to temporarily relocate their check-in counters or other services as the airport finishes recovery efforts caused by flooding from Typhoon Jebi. Passengers should still allow extra time to navigate through the airport in addition to allowing more time to get to/from the airport.

Please contact your Adelman travel consultant for additional information.  



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