Water Supply Restored To Haneda Airport Terminal 2

Water supply restored to Haneda Airport Terminal 2

The water supply at Tokyo's Haneda Airport has been fully restored after a days-long suspension.

The Japan Airport Terminal Company suspended the water supply to the airport's two terminals for domestic flights on Wednesday after salt was detected in a water tank and tap water at a facility for washing aircraft.

Water Stoppage Continues At Haneda Terminal

Water stoppage continues at Haneda terminal

Water supply has been suspended at a Haneda Airport terminal in Tokyo.

Japan Airport Terminal, the firm operating Haneda's terminal buildings, stopped water supply to Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 for domestic flights at around 9 a.m. on Wednesday.

Water Supply Stopped At Haneda Airport Terminal

Water supply stopped at Haneda Airport terminal

Water supply at a Haneda Airport terminal in Tokyo has been stopped.

Japan Airport Terminal, the firm operating Haneda's terminal buildings, received complaints at around 9 a.m. on Wednesday that tap water tasted salty at Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 for domestic flights.

Ana, Jal Cancel Haneda, Narita Flights

ANA, JAL cancel Haneda, Narita flights

All Nippon Airways has canceled all 406 domestic flights to and from Tokyo's Haneda Airport and Narita Airport on Saturday, due to approaching Typhoon Hagibis.

ANA says it may also cancel some domestic flights using Chubu International Airport in Aichi Prefecture and some other airports in Osaka Prefecture.

More Intl. Flights At Haneda For Olympics

More intl. flights at Haneda for Olympics

Tokyo's Haneda Airport will add 50 new international flights per day ahead of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics. The new schedule will start next March.

Twenty four of the new routes will serve cities in the United States.

New Haneda Flight Routes To Start March 29

New Haneda flight routes to start March 29

Japan's transport ministry has officially decided to introduce new flight routes to and from Tokyo's Haneda Airport to start March 29 next year.

The launch of the routes that will pass over central Tokyo is aimed at allowing more international flights at Haneda ahead of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics.

Close Call At Haneda To Be Investigated

Close call at Haneda to be investigated

Japan's transport safety authorities are preparing to investigate an incident at Tokyo's Haneda Airport in which an aircraft crossed a runway just before another airliner landed.

A Skymark airplane arriving from Kobe, western Japan, was approaching a runway on Saturday evening when an All Nippon Airways plane was found taxiing across the same runway.

Counterterrorism Drill Held At Haneda Airport

Counterterrorism drill held at Haneda airport

A counterterrorism drill with an emphasis on providing guidance in foreign languages has been held at Tokyo's Haneda airport in the lead up to the Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games next year.

The drill was held on Wednesday at two railway stations that directly service the airport's international passenger terminal. About 250 people, including railway officials and police officers, took part.

Japan To Control Airspace For New Haneda Flights

Japan to control airspace for new Haneda flights

Japan's transport ministry is to start work on plans to take control of some of the airspace over part of Tokyo after the Japanese government and US military came to terms with new flight routes for Tokyo's Haneda Airport.

The two sides on Wednesday agreed that Japan will control new routes that will pass through part of the US military-controlled airspace in Tokyo.

Haneda Airport Runs Face Recognition Tech

Haneda airport runs face recognition tech

Haneda airport in Tokyo has started using unmanned face recognition technology at its departure gates for Japanese travelers.

The new system went into service at the airport's international terminal on Wednesday.

Heat Likely Cause Of Haneda Runway Hole

Heat likely cause of Haneda runway hole

Transport ministry officials suspect the scorching heat wave was the cause of a hole found in a runway at Tokyo's Haneda Airport.

The hole -- about 20 centimeters long, 30 centimeters wide and 10 centimeters deep -- was found in one of the airport's 4 runways on Monday. The runway was closed for about 4 hours, disrupting flight operations.

First 'japanese Sign Language' Phone Booths Installed At Haneda Airport

First 'Japanese Sign Language' phone booths installed at Haneda Airport

The first public "Japanese Sign Language" phone booths for the hearing impaired were installed at Haneda Airport on Dec. 3, it has been learned.

The installation of the booths coincided with the United Nation's International Day of Persons with Disabilities by The Nippon Foundation. Looking toward the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics, the foundation plans to introduce the phone booths to other main domestic airports such as Narita for Japanese with hearing disabilities.

1,400 Yen To Get Inside Franck Muller's Head At Cafe In Haneda

1,400 yen to get inside Franck Muller's head at cafe in Haneda

For 1,400 yen ($13), the price of a cup of coffee, a novel cafe set up in Tokyo's Haneda Airport offers customers the chance to savor the philosophy of high-end watchmaker Franck Muller.

Muller is a "time philosopher," and the watchmaker hopes customers at the cafe really cherish the "value of time," said Katsuyuki Noda, marketing and public relations director of the company's import agency World Commerce Corp.

Lisa's In And Around Tokyo: Haneda--learn About Airport Teamwork On Free Daily Tour

Lisa's In and Around Tokyo: HANEDA--Learn about airport teamwork on free daily tour

The bodies of healthy people are a work of wonder. The miraculous coordination of all our organs enables us to go about our daily lives, without our having to think about how each piece of the fabric that makes us up, works.

I arrived at the ANA maintenance facility drenched in sweat after a good 15-minute walk from Shin-Seibijo Station on the Tokyo Monorail. All Nippon Airways offers several free tours a day. Upon arrival, I was ushered into an air-conditioned classroom and sat through an engaging half-hour presentation that consisted of lectures, videos and interactive quizzes.