Removal of JAL Aircraft That Caught Fire at Haneda Airport Completed

Damaged JAL aircraft at Haneda Airport

The removal of the Japan Airlines (JAL) aircraft that collided with a Japan Coast Guard plane and caught fire at Haneda Airport on the evening of January 2nd was completed at 4:15 pm, January 7th.

It has been reported that operations of the C runway, where the accident took place, are set to resume as early as January 8th. Runway C is the longest of the four runways at Haneda Airport. Due to the fire, some flights bound for Europe and North America have had to make refueling stops en route because they could not carry enough fuel for the long distance.

JAL has already decided to cancel 23 flights, including routes from Tokyo/Haneda to Itami and Fukuoka, scheduled for January 8th and 9th. The airline is also offering a special accommodation for ticket changes and refunds without fees for domestic and international flights scheduled for boarding up to March 31st. For more information. For more information.

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