103 flights have been canceled as of 2 p.m. on Sunday.
Japan Airlines canceled 25 domestic flights and one international one scheduled to arrive in or depart from Tokyo’s Haneda Airport after 6 p.m.
All Nippon Airways halted three flights between Hachijojima and Haneda, and canceled another 19 flights scheduled to arrive in or depart from Haneda.
The numbers of canceled flights by other air carriers are: AIRDO 15; Star Flyer 10; Solaseed Air 12; Japan Transocean Air 5; Peach Aviation 9; Spring Airlines Japan 4; Fuji Dream Airlines 5.
Airline companies are calling on travelers to check the latest information on their websites and other sources.
The operator of Shinkansen bullet trains between Tokyo and Osaka announced that 117 trains, including 65 that were scheduled to arrive in Tokyo after 4:00 p.m., and 52 that were scheduled to depart from Tokyo after 3:00 p.m., will be suspended on Sunday.
The railway companies are calling on travelers to check the latest information as trains may be canceled or delayed on Monday, depending on the route the typhoon takes.