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Flight operations JAL have been affected by the Tohoku Pacific earthquake

Flight disruptions for JAL

JAL was forced to cancel flights after the Tohoku Pacific earthquake. On March 11 (Friday), 143 domestic flights were cancelled leaving 25,530 passengers affected, and 15 international flights were cancelled with 2,660 passengers affected. On March 12 (Saturday), 130 domestic flights were cancelled with 21,000 passengers stranded, and 17 international flights were cancelled with 2,440 passengers affected. On March 13, 24 domestic flights were cancelled with 1,560 passengers left stranded, and two international flights were cancelled with 230 passengers affected.

On March 12 (Saturday), JAL operated eight extra flights between Osaka (Itami) and Yamagata, Itami and Aomori, Sapporo and Aomori, as well as Tokyo (Haneda) and Aomori. Yesteday, JAL has scheduled extra flights to the Tohoku region from either Tokyo (Haneda) or Osaka (Itami).

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