Last updated: September 21, 2018
Regular operations resumed at Kansai Airport on September 21.
Osaka's Kansai Airport was badly hit by typhoon #21 on September 4, as a storm surge flooded large parts of the man-made island on which the airport is located. Furthermore, a tanker ship crashed into and damaged the bridge which connects the airport with the mainland, impacting traffic to the airport.
Regular operations resumed on September 21.
The bridge is still under repair; however, rail service to Kansai Airport resumed on September 18. While the bridge is also open to airport buses and taxis, it remains closed to regular cars and rental cars until further notice.