Rugby World Cup 2019: England left stranded at Tokyo airport in wake of Typhoon Faxai

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England’s Rugby World Cup campaign has hit an early roadblock after the squad were left stranded at Tokyo Narita International Airport following Typhoon Faxai.

Eddie Jones and his squad landed in the Japanese capital at 1:46pm, roughly seven hours after the typhoon had passed through overnight in what proved the 15th worst storm to ever hit the city.

England’s BA 005 departure avoided any of the 105mph winds that Faxai brought shortly after midnight, but the lasting effects brought Tokyo to a standstill on Monday.

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Following an hour-long wait before disembarking from their British Airways plane named ‘Sweet Chariot’ due to the shortage of buses, they were then told that their transfer into Tokyo was unable to reach the airport because of congestion.

It left England stranded at Narita International more than four hours after they landed as their transfer was unable to reach the airport, while no trains were running central to where their hotel is based 66km away from Narita on Monday evening.

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England could have flown into Tokyo Haneda International,

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