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Why don't you use Kansai International Airport to get to Kyoto-Osaka-Kobe

Kansai International Airport began full operation on September 21th. Scheduled flights are approximately 100% of those before Typhoon Jebi
9月21日、关西国际机场开始经常营业了。比台风燕子前,100%左右航班出发了
https://travel.watch.impress.co.jp/docs/news/1143972.html

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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.

9月21日、关西机场公司发表所有设备开始营业。
从台风燕子来了,花了17天。
国际线和国内线、233航班出发了。这是比经常的时刻表一样的。
比经常的货运发送量,90%的18货运飞机的航班都出发了。
包括餐厅,免税店的几乎所有购物中心开始营业。
关于被油轮撞上的关西国际机场连接桥,
将在2019年日本黄金暇期完成所有修建工程。但是,公交和机场铁路已经开始营业。
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Still, it's the only airport in Japan that is connected with outside world only by public transportations.