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ANA helps with Japan’s recovery

ANA helps with Japan’s recovery

22 April 2011 Focus

As Japan begins rebuilding after the devastating earthquake and tsunami of 11 March, All Nipon Airways is playing a key role in operating relief flights. BTN talks to Katsuji Kitazawa, ANA’s Head of UK Sales, about the current situation.

Japan tourism begins recovery

Japan tourism begins recovery

18 April 2011 Tourism News

Tourists should no longer shun visits to Japan, as radiation levels at the country’s main airport and ports are “well within safe limits” according to new advice from the United Nations World Tourism Organization.

Japan warned over new tsunami

Japan warned over new tsunami

7 April 2011 Press Release Tourism News

An earthquake off the east coast of Honshu – the main island of Japan – has prompted warnings of a new tsunami in the country. A warning was issued for the north-east of Japan after an earthquake with a magnitude of 7.4 struck earlier.

UNWTO offers Japan support as nuclear crisis deepens

UNWTO offers Japan support as nuclear crisis deepens

30 March 2011 Tourism News

The UNWTO Regional Commission for Asia & the Pacific has expressed its full support for the people of Japan in the aftermath of the recent earthquake. The announcement comes as Japan confirmed it would decommission four stricken reactors at the quake-hit Fukushima nuclear plant.

Japan earthquake hits overseas markets globally

Japan earthquake hits overseas markets globally

16 March 2011 Tourism News

Nations around the world are bracing themselves for a large slump in tourism arrivals from Japan, following last week’s devastating earthquake. Touism chiefs in Queensland fear falling arrivals from Japan could further dent a region already struggling to recover from the devastating floods. And everywhere from Taiwan to India, destinations are already feeling the pinch.