A Japan Airlines 737-800 en route from Tokyo Haneda landed Wednesday at Sendai Airport around 8 a.m. local time, marking the resumption of commercial services at SDJ for the first time since it was inundated on March 11 by the earthquake-triggered tsunami. JAL plans to operate daily 737-800 service to SDJ from HND and Osaka Itami while All Nippon Airways on Wednesday started thrice-daily SDJ-HND flights using a 737-800 (ATW Daily News, April 11). SDJ is the largest airport in the hard ...

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