Sendai airport opens less than 2 months after being struck by tsunami


Japan's Sendai Airport, which was heavily damaged by March's tsunami, reopened Tuesday with Japan Airlines and All Nippon Airways reinstating service. 


However, Reuters is reporting that other carriers such as EVA Air, announced they will not fly into Sendai just yet due to hazardous threats stemming from the nuclear power stations in the area. 


Sendai airport's destruction was well documented with many images and videos showing up online just hours after the March 11th natural disaster swept away small planes and other debris. 

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