Kansai International Airport began full operation on September 21th. Scheduled flights are approximately 100% of those before Typhoon Jebi
Kansai Airport Corp. announced full recovery of all the buildings on September 21th. It's been 17 days since Typhoon Jebi damaged the airport.
Along with that, almost all the restaurants and duty-free shops restarted operations.
The bridge connecting mainland and the airport, crashed into by a tanker, is scheduled to begin full operation by May in 2019. But, public transportations like airport rails and airport buses have already been in regular operation.
Still, it's the only airport in Japan that is connected with outside world only by public transportations.