Ibaraki Airport, a budget-focused regional airport located over 100 kilometres outside of the Japanese capital, may opt for the ambitious moniker of “Tokyo Ibaraki Airport”. That’s according to reports in the Asahi Shimbun, which late last month noted that local officials had proposed the name change to the governor of Ibaraki. Though Tokyo’s largest international airport,
Sinagapore has banned anyone from using its airports to transit, despite Changi Airport being one of the world's most popular layover hubs.
Australia and New Zealand have upped their travel advice yet again, this time completely closing air and sea border points to non-residents and citizens.