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    Deep respect I send To the Japanese people

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    I would like to send my deepest respect to The Japaneese People
    for there moral and etiks, and there acting in these difficult situations
    It is remarkable that we do not hear about bandits and theefs
    taking advantage of the situation, are there no criminals in Japan ?
    What could we learn from this respectable people ?

    Ulf Scanhorse

    And best support in building a new Japan

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    Lufthansa resuming flights to Tokyo

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    (Reuters) - Germany's Lufthansa (LHAG.DE) said it was resuming flights to Tokyo on Thursday following disruption caused by the March 11 earthquake and tsunami.

    http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/...110324?rpc=401


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    Foreign arrivals at Narita airport dive 60% since quake
    http://www.japantoday.com/category/t...60-since-quake
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    Sendai Airport Reopening after Japanese Earthquake

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    What about some GOOD news ;
    On 8 April, Japanese carriers All Nippon Airways and Japan Airlines both announced the resurrection of flight schedules from Sendai Airport on 13 April. In ANA's case, it will operate three flights a day between Sendai and Tokyo Haneda Airport, while JAL will operate the same route, along with
    a second one between Sendai and Osaka.

    http://www.airport-int.com/news/send...arthquake.html

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    DHL, Lufthansa donate Japan relief flight to EU Commission

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    The flight to Tokyo, which was undertaken by the companies’ joint air cargo subsidiary AeroLogic, left Frankfurt airport and had arrived in Tokyo. From there, DHL is expected to deliver the goods directly to the final destinations, a joint statement said on Friday.

    http://www.punchontheweb.com/Articl....t2011041007921

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    Air France resumes its direct flights to Tokyo

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    Air France has resumed operation of its direct flights to Tokyo-Narita as of 8 April. Since the beginning of the catastrophic earthquake that hit Japan, flights to Tokyo made an intermediate stopover in Seoul-Incheon as a temporary base for flight crews. Air France did not suspend its service to Japan at any time.

    http://www.breakingtravelnews.com/ne...ghts-to-tokyo/

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    The birdie AFR275 at 11,24 UTC today 11/4, return to Paris
    and the AFR276 goes off to Tokyo but still with 777 and not A388 as before
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    Qantas to resume direct flights to Japan

    Qantas says improvements to infrastructure in the Japanese capital mean it will be able to resume direct flights from Sydney to Tokyo Narita on Tuesday.

    http://au.news.yahoo.com/thewest/bus...ghts-to-japan/

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    Lufthansa A380 back on DLH 710/711

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    Funny routing today on the LH711 , back with A380

    Seems that playback shows LH710 27/4 , was first dep. of old A380 system

    Ulf

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    Japan nuclear: Radiation halts water clean-up

    Operators of Japan's Fukushima nuclear plant have suspended an operation to clean contaminated water hours after it began due to a rapid rise in radiation.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-pacific-13819767

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    Japan marks 6 months since earthquake, tsunami

    TOKYO (AP) — As the world commemorates the 10th anniversary of the World Trade Center attacks, Sunday is doubly significant for Japan. It marks exactly six months since the massive earthquake and tsunami of March 11.
    Along the hard-hit northeastern coast, communities came together to remember victims. Monks chanted. Survivors prayed. Mothers hung colorful paper cranes for lost children.
    Half a year later, there are signs of progress.
    Much of the debris has been cleared or at least organized into big piles. Most evacuees have moved out of high school gyms and into temporary shelters.
    But anxiety and frustration remain. Survivors face an uncertain future, and they are growing increasingly impatient with a government they describe as too slow and without direction.


    http://hosted2.ap.org/APDefault/*/Ar...8cc5428f7416c8

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    The rebuilding of devastated Sendai Airport took only a month

    THE speedy reconstruction work in Japan could not be better signified than the quick opening of Sendai Airport which was “engulfed” by the March 11 tsunami.
    The airport, located just about 1km from the Pacific Ocean, was turned into a mountain of debris by the ravaging walls of water.
    Such was the scale of destruction that Japan's Self-Defense Forces and the US military helped to clear uprooted trees, houses and about 5,000 vehicles thrown about by rushing water.
    The 40-year-old airport, the largest in the Tohoku region, was a near total loss and its re-opening seemed unimaginable to say the least.


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    http://biz.thestar.com.my/news/story...6&sec=business

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