Kansai Airport Terminal 1 Resumes Operation



Kansai Airport Terminal 1 Resumes Operation

Kansai Airport Terminal 1 Resumes Operation

Kansai Airport has resumed partial operationĀ of Terminal 1 and runway A from Friday 14 September.

Service start

From 12am Friday, 14 September

Area

Terminal 1 (southern part)

*We aim to have the northern part back up and running on Friday, 21 September

Operation status

Terminal 1 Shops

Terminal 2 Shops

Lifelines

Electricity, air-conditioning, water, internet and phone are operational.

Airport staff

Business as usual

Flight status

Flight information 14-20 September (PDF)

Terminal 1

29 companies (51%), 49 flights (31%) -> From 20 September, 37 companies (65%), 64 flights (40%)

Terminal 2

2 companies, 15 flights (100%)

As of 14 September, Terminal 1 (International and Domestic) have resumed 34% of flights.

From 20 September, 50% of flights will have resumed.

Access

Rail

Japan Rail (JR) and the Nankai Electric Railway have been suspended.

Complimentary replacement shuttle busesĀ are operating between Kansai Airport and Rinkutown Station.

*We are working hard and aim to have rail services back up and running by 21 September.

Limousine Bus

In partial operation (As of 13 September, 19 of 25 routes are operational)

Private car/rental car

No access

Kobe to Kansai Bay Shuttle

Business as usual