Dozens of domestic flights due to arrive at Tokyo's Haneda Airport were canceled or delayed Thursday, two days after a Japan Coast Guard plane and a Japan Airlines jetliner collided on one of its runways, leaving passengers at some airports in Japan stranded.

A JAL official said the carrier had canceled more than 60 domestic flights to and from Haneda, affecting about 13,000 people, two days after the accident occurred on a runway at Japan's busiest airport.

All Nippon Airways also reported a number of cancellations after the affected runway remained closed Thursday.