OSAKA — The number of tourists heading to the United States from Kansai International Airport has dropped dramatically in the wake of last week’s terrorist attacks, according to industry officials.

With the growing possibility of U.S. retaliatory strikes in the near future, many flights are flying at less than 30 percent capacity.

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