Repairs Begin at Noto Airport Terminal Building: All Flights Cancelled Until 24th

Noto Airport

Repairs on the terminal building glass and other areas started on January 7th at Noto Airport, which was damaged by the Noto Peninsula earthquake.

Following the Noto Peninsula earthquake that occurred on January 1st at approximately 4:10 PM, Noto Airport, which recorded a strong tremor of seismic intensity 6+, suffered damages to the terminal building and the aviation bureau office.

The terminal building had commercial power restored on January 3rd. Air conditioning, toilets, landline phones, and Wi-Fi became available for use. The airport access road has already been restored, and dozens of local residents are taking shelter. All Nippon Airways (ANA) has prepared charter buses for passengers wishing to travel to Kanazawa City.

During inspections of the runway, cracks over 10 cm deep and more than 10 meters long were found in four to five places on the runway, and temporary repairs are in progress. It is expected to resume aircraft takeoffs and landings starting with Self-Defense Force aircraft, and it is anticipated that the airport will be capable of accepting civil aircraft from January 25th onward.

Noto Airport, where All Nippon Airways (ANA) operates two round trips daily to and from Tokyo/Haneda, has decided to cancel all flights until January 24th.

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