U.S. companies reported varying impact from the 8.9 magnitude earthquake that shook Japan on Friday.
AMR Corp's American Airlines canceled all of its Japan operations for Friday. The carrier said it had six flights inbound to Tokyo at the time of the earthquake.
United Continental Holdings diverted seven United flights and two Continental flights from the United States that were bound for Tokyo's Narita airport, where United has a hub. The company canceled 10 United Narita-bound flights for Friday and one Continental Narita-bound flight, although limited service remains.
Delta Air Lines said it had canceled flights at airports in Japan. But the carrier, which has a hub at Narita and operations at Tokyo's Haneda airport, did not immediately have a total number of cancellations.