Narita International Airport Corp. announced that it reached agreement with IATA on a reduction in fuel supply facility charges that it expects will save airlines around ¥1 billion ($9 million) per year. The new charge rate, which takes effect Oct. 1, will be ¥3,490 per thousand liters, down 4.6% compared to the current level. When the fuel supply facilities first became operational, the charge was ¥6,500 per thousand liters. Narita announced on June 2 that it would share ...

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