Typhoon Jebi has exited Honshuu island after making downfall over Tokushima and Hyogo prefectures. Jebi has caused a rapid rise of the tide on the coast of Osaka and has also inundated Osaka Kansai Airport by the heavy floods, there is no damage to the terminal buildings but the airport is currently closed and all flights have been cancelled. The bridge connecting the airport to Izumisano (mainland) has partially been destroyed by a tanker boat.
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— Mike Adcock (@MikeAdcockWx) September 4, 2018
Osaka Kansai Airport. Screenshot from NHK News Special Report at 1603 04SEP18 LT. pic.twitter.com/RldEKE1xnS
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— 南港さきしまのま～くん markun’ in Sakishima (@markung008) September 4, 2018
PHOTOS: Extensive flooding at Osaka Kansai, Japan's 3rd busiest airport (KIX/RJBB) due to #TyphoonJebi & a METAR report showing 99 knot gusts and pressure at 956mb ! | Source: https://t.co/Szg13M8SVS #Jebi pic.twitter.com/t1WzBtMl1R
— Airport Webcams (@AirportWebcams) September 4, 2018
🔴 Les dégâts sont impressionnants sur l’aéroport d’Osaka Kansaï (KIX) – le trafic totalement suspendu.
Le vol Air France Paris CDG – Osaka de cet après-midi est annulé. pic.twitter.com/WZyA1Z2Orj
— air plus news (@airplusnews) September 4, 2018