Civilian flights resume to Kumamoto, but damaged terminal makes travel one-way

Civilian flights resume to Kumamoto, but damaged terminal makes travel one-way
Kumamoto Airport in quake-stricken Kyushu reopened Tuesday to commercial flights, but it is unable to offer security checks and baggage handling, so planes are leaving empty. A total of 18 arrivals were scheduled for Tuesday, including three Japan …
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