Typhoon Jebi


Extremely strong winds and heavy rains hit Japan as Typhoon Jebi made landfall at approximately 11:00hrs JST.

Jebi is the strongest typhoon to hit for more than 25 years, with wind gust of up to 129mph. Officials have warned more than a million people to evacuate their homes.

Flooding of two runways and a warehouse at Kansai International Airport, Osaka has lead to the cancellation of 700 flights.

Further disruption has been caused by a 2,591 tonne tanker crashing in the main bridge that connects the Kansai Airport and mainland Osaka.

Tokyo is unscathed and the winds are reducing as Jebi makes it way across land.

At this time it is not possible for us to determine the full impact to our service.

We will provide further updates when the information is available.