All Nippon Airways and Japan Airlines will operate relief flights to Sendai Airport starting Wednesday, more than a month after the airport was inundated by water following the March 11 earthquake and tsunami that devastated Japan's northeast. The badly damaged airport has been closed to commercial flights (ATW Daily News, March 15). The Japanese government announced Friday that it will "partially" reopen the airport this week. "The airport is being opened sooner than ...

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