Tokyo’s Narita International Airport plans to open its dedicated low-cost carrier (LCC) terminal in early April. The 66,000 sq m Terminal 3 has five contact stands for narrowbody aircraft and two contact stands for widebody aircraft. It will increase capacity by 7.5 million passengers per year, Narita deputy VC-cargo Fumio Gunji ATW in Tokyo. “The total investment for T3 is around $130 million “Narita deputy VP-aviation marketing Koichi Okawara said. Currently, 13 low cost ...

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