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Typhoon forces Japan airlines to cancel more flights

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Winds of up to 180kmh lashed the coast as Typhoon Vongfong made landfall in Makurazaki on Kyushu island on Monday morning.

Tokyo

ANA Holdings and Japan Airlines, Japan's two largest carriers, cancelled more flights on Monday as typhoon winds disrupted travel for a second week. Typhoon Vongfong prompted ANA to cancel 101 flights, affecting about 16,600 passengers, the airline said. Japan Airlines halted 49