Osaka Kansai Airport comes to a standstill as Typhoon Jebi wreaks havoc

Osaka Kansai Airport comes to a standstill as Typhoon Jebi wreaks havoc

Osaka Kansai International Airport remains closed after Typhoon Jebi made landfall in Japan on Tuesday, bringing with it a path of destruction across western Japan. Images and video from the airport showed the runway completely submerged in water, while the apron of several aircraft hangs over several feet of water. The transport ministry said the airport closed all of its runways at noon and shut down the entire facility at 3pm due to flooding, with…

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