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Over 350 flights canceled at Tokyo Haneda Airport as typhoon Mindulle approaches

Tokyo, Oct 1 (UNI/Sputnik) Haneda Airport in Tokyo canceled 357 flights on Friday due to powerful typhoon Mindulle approaching the country, according to the international airport's schedule.
Since early Friday, 264 flights departing Haneda and 93 arriving at the airport have been canceled, while several more flights have been postponed.
Over 6,000 households have been left without electricity due to the approaching of typhoon Mindulle that is bringing violent winds and heavy rain to southern parts of the country, the NHK broadcaster reported.
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