NAHA, Japan, March 12 Kyodo (EDS: UPDATING WITH MORE INFO) The only runway at Naha Airport in Okinawa Prefecture was closed for around an hour Tuesday after an F-15 fighter suffered a puncture on the runway, the airport's office said.
What does ROAH stand for?
ROAH stands for Naha Airport (ICAO Abbreviation)
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All flights from Naha Airport scheduled for Saturday have been canceled.
At Naha Airport, most of the flights were canceled Saturday afternoon while all ferry services connecting the mainland Okinawa and remote islands were suspended due to the approaching typhoon.
In the document, a copy of which was obtained by Kyodo News, the Marine Corps argued that the integration of Futemma's helicopter functions with Kadena is possible and that problems can be solved through a review of troop deployment at Kadena, expansion of aircraft parking space at Kadena, and use of Naha airport in times of emergency.
The inspection was prompted by the explosion of an Air China Boeing 737-800 at Okinawa's Naha airport on 20 August.
The fire started in one of the engines just as the plane pulled into place at Okinawa's Naha airport.
Yu left Naha airport when the flight resumed at around 1:30 p.
at Onoyama Sogo Undo Koen park near Naha airport, the bureau said.