Tokyo Narita's newly extended runway entered service yesterday, five months ahead of the original schedule, according to Narita International Airport Corp. Runway B was lengthened to 2,500 m. from 2,180 m. Runway A measures 4,000 m. The airport will have 20,000 additional slots available per year starting March 28.

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