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To the sky from Kobe.
			The Kobe airport opened a port on February 16.
			We will inform as soon as new information enters.

【Donations to victims of the Noto peninsula earthquake in 2024】
We would like to offer our sincere condolences to the people affected by the Noto peninsula earthquake, which occurred in January 2024.

This earthquake resulted in devastating consequences, which is why we would like to send our deepest sympathies to the families of those who passed away, and to those who are currently still affected by the situation. We hope normalcy returns promptly for those distressed.

As a gesture of our wish to support those in need, Kansai Airports Group will collect donations in the three airports: Kansai International Airport, Osaka International Airport and Kobe Airport, at information counters in Airport Terminals. Your kind donations will be sent to disaster-stuck areas through the Red Cross and will be used to help support the aid and recovery of the region.

Kansai Airports
Yoshiyuki Yamaya, Representative Director CEO
Benoit Rulleau, Representative Director Co-CEO
【Flying drones above and around airports are prohibited.】
Violation of this rule may be subject to the penalty set forth in the Civil Aeronautics Act and compensation for any damage or loss incurred.
When you see a drone around the airport, please inform the police (telephone 110) immediately.
For details, please refer to the link below.
Japan’s safety rules on Unmanned Aircraft/Drone(MLIT website)

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