Narita Airport Over 1500 people in the terminal overnight at 12:23 on October 12
At Narita Airport, where most flights were canceled due to Typhoon No. 19, water and sleeping bags were distributed to users who could not depart and remained in the terminal. Over 1500 people are expected to spend the night.
At Narita Airport, most flights were canceled due to the impact of Typhoon No. 19, and more than 1,500 people were not able to depart from the terminal.
For this reason, the airport company distributed water, food and sleeping bags, and also provided vegetarian and Muslim-friendly cookies in view of the large number of foreigners.
At the time of Typhoon No.15 last month, traffic to the city center was paralyzed in Narita, so people arriving one after another were stopped in the terminal building, and it was confused with up to 17,000 people, more than 10 times this time .
Based on this lesson, this time there has been no major confusion, such as the first steps taken to stop accepting passenger flights to Narita.
A 35-year-old man who had planned to return to Singapore after finishing a trip in Japan said, “I will spend my morning at the airport until tomorrow. My wife is a vegetarian and I am grateful for the food.”
However, many flights are expected to be canceled on the 13th, and each airline is calling for the latest information on its website.