Airports in Tokyo, capital city of the world's second-largest national economy, long have been sources of puzzlement and irritation, hobbled by numerous constraints and far too small for such a vibrant area. Now, with Japan's economy reviving after several years of recession and deflation, expansion projects at both airports offer the prospect of at least temporary relief from restrictions, along with unhinderedwell, less hinderedgrowth. Over the next several years, Tokyo's airports will ...

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