Kansai Airports


Safety and disaster prevention plans

Resilience CertificationSafety and security at airports

Emergency plans and efforts for safety and security at airports are reported on this page.

Civil Protection Plan

Civil Protection Plan (New Kansai International Airport Company's website) (Japanese)

Disaster Prevention Plan

Disaster Prevention Plan (New Kansai International Airport Company's website) (Japanese)

Earthquake・Tsunami BCP (Business Continuity Planning)

Kansai Airports developed the Business Continuity Planning in April 2016 to protect the lives of customers and airport staff, to restore the functionality of airports promptly after disruption, and to secure its position as a regional base for disaster prevention in case of an earthquake or a tsunami.

While disseminating this planning throughout the airports, we will continue to take adequate measures in case of a disaster.

Novel Influenza Prevention Plan

Novel Influenza Prevention Plan (New Kansai International Airport Company's website) (Japanese)

Resilience Certification Certification of Organizations Contributing to National Resilience (Resilience Certification)

The purpose of this certification is to build broad-based resilience in society as a whole through the expansion of active efforts for business continuity by not only major companies, but also SMEs, schools, hospitals and other organizations.

Kansai Airports acquired this certification in March 2017.

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As of 1st April, 2016, Kansai Airports succeeded the operating right for both Kansai International Airport and Osaka International Airport. Please note that the name of the previous operator, New Kansai International Airport Company, Ltd., is described in some materials and articles related to previous operation.