ANA Cancels Flights Between Tokyo/Haneda and Noto Until April 4th

All Nippon Airways / ANA (Boeing 737-800)

All Nippon Airways (ANA) has decided to cancel flights on the Tokyo/Haneda-Noto route until April 4th.

Following the earthquake that struck the Noto Peninsula on April 1st, which registered a strong 6 on the Japanese seismic intensity scale, Noto Airport suffered damages to its terminal building and the Japan Meteorological Agency’s office building. Runway inspections revealed several cracks on the surface, some as deep as 10 centimeters and over 10 meters in length. The terminal is currently without electricity and water supply.

ANA operates two round trips on this route daily. The number of passengers affected is approximately 480 on the 3rd and about 430 on the 4th.

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