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Old May 13th, 2015, 07:15 PM   #201
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Old May 14th, 2015, 05:17 AM   #202
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Haneda airport - Strange face by P-Zilla, on Flickr



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Old July 15th, 2015, 01:11 PM   #204
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THAI AIRWAYS Airbus A330-300 HS-TBG | Tokyo - Haneda Intl Airport (HND / RJTT) by blackqualis, on Flickr
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Old July 18th, 2015, 09:28 PM   #205
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Just thought I'd share this cool vid that I came across.

Amazing views of action at Haneda airport.

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Old November 16th, 2015, 06:08 AM   #207
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Old December 28th, 2015, 07:22 PM   #208
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Old August 7th, 2016, 07:31 AM   #209
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By 2020, jetliners to be flying right over Tokyo
29 July 2016
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TOKYO -- Haneda Airport will get a capacity boost ahead of the 2020 Tokyo Olympic games so it can serve more international travelers, after local communities granted approval Thursday.

Departure and landing slots at the Tokyo airport are set to increase by 39,000 to 490,000 a year. This would translate to a 50% or so jump in international flight passengers to 19.64 million while pumping an additional 650 billion yen ($6.16 billion) into the economy, the transport ministry projects.

The plan is to amend how planes fly in and out so that runways can be used more efficiently. Currently, planes take a course over Tokyo Bay. Under the newly agreed-on plan, they will fly above central Tokyo in approaching the airport when the wind is blowing from the south and over the bay when departing. When the wind blows from the north, they will fly in over the bay.

The transport ministry met with local representatives Thursday and addressed residents' concerns regarding safety and noise. Municipalities including the Tokyo and Saitama prefectural offices reviewed the measures -- including increased use of quieter aircraft and higher altitudes -- and decided to support the central government's budget proposal.

Taxiways and facilities need to be added to accommodate the new takeoff and landing routes. The ministry will request the necessary funding in its fiscal 2017 budget proposal. Construction is to be completed in about three years, clearing the way for the new services to launch before the Olympics.

More flights at Haneda, which is close to central Tokyo, will facilitate international travel from Tokyo, both leisure and business. Domestic service will also benefit.

Daytime international flights are to increase from 60,000 a year to 99,000. The number of passengers traveling across borders is seen rising by 7.05 million, with foreigners accounting for 2.94 million of that, the ministry estimates.

The number of foreign travelers to Japan surged in 2015 to 19.74 million, and the government aims to raise this to 40 million by 2020. Expansion of Haneda is a key step in this effort.

The ministry put together a proposal in 2014 to increase the capacity of Tokyo-area airports by around 10%. With the market environment markedly different now, the slot increase agreed on Thursday is merely "the minimum required," says Hirotaka Yamauchi, a professor at Hitotsubashi University who attended the meeting where local communities gave their consent.
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Old September 18th, 2016, 11:19 AM   #210
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MLIT wants to allow more international flights on Haneda T2:

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Haneda Terminal 2 to handle international flights / Preparing for foreign visitors for 2020 Games



The Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism Ministry is planning to allow both domestic and international flights at Haneda Airport’s Terminal 2 from the end of March 2020, it has been learned.

The terminal currently handles only domestic flights.

The move is designed to address expected increases in international flights and foreign visitors ahead of the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics in the summer of 2020.

Haneda Airport has three terminal buildings. Terminal 1, used by Japan Airlines and others, and Terminal 2, used by All Nippon Airways and others, only service domestic flights.

The third terminal is only for international flights, but there is no room for increasing its number of aircraft parking positions in the area called the apron, or expanding the building.

The government is therefore planning to expand Terminal 2 and create an area for international flights.

This would include creating dedicated entrances and exits, facilities for immigration screenings, duty-free shops and other places for international visitors to shop.

Seven of Terminal 2’s aircraft parking positions — about one-third of the total — would be available to both domestic and international flights.

Domestic and international flights would use the positions at different times to prevent domestic and international passengers from intermingling, thereby avoiding confusion in the terminal building.

A new facility is planned in what is now a cargo area on the north side of Terminal 2 to make up for the deficiency of aircraft parking positions for domestic flights caused by additional international flights.

The transport ministry plans to revise its contract with the company that manages the international terminal building, possibly early next month, sources said. The ministry will start making preparations for the change with the management company and the airlines in fiscal 2017.

Haneda Airport is serviced by the Keikyu Line and Tokyo Monorail. There are concerns about passengers using the wrong station once domestic and international flights start sharing a terminal, so some of the station names may be changed, along with the names of bus stops and taxi stands.

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The transport ministry plans to increase the annual number of international takeoffs and landings at Haneda from the current 90,000 to a maximum of 129,000 by 2020. This increase of about 40 percent would be accomplished by adding new routes — some flying over central Tokyo.

Additional flights would mean about 7 million more passengers per year — a level the current international terminal could not cope with.
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Old September 30th, 2016, 07:48 AM   #211
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Plans for additional runway at NRT

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CHIBA (Jiji Press) — A public-private council on Tuesday presented plans to strengthen the functions of Narita Airport in Chiba Prefecture, including by setting up a new 3,500-meter-long runway.

The plans were adopted at a council meeting in the city of Chiba that brought together officials from the central government, Narita International Airport Corp., the Chiba prefectural government and local municipalities.

The proposed site of the envisioned third runway is located southeast of the airport, mainly in the town of Shibayama.
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Old November 30th, 2016, 05:19 PM   #212
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Cebu Pacific receives its newest Airbus 330-300 aircraft with new livery

(PHOTOS) Cebu Pacific receives its newest Airbus 330-300 aircraft with new livery

The Philippines leading carrier Cebu Pacific receives its brand new A330-300 aircraft from the Airbus factory in Toulouse, France. This will be the 7th A330 to join the Cebu Pacific young and strong fleet.

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Old December 1st, 2016, 05:11 PM   #213
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(PHOTOS) Cebu Pacific receives its newest Airbus 330-300 aircraft with new livery

The Philippines leading carrier Cebu Pacific receives its brand new A330-300 aircraft from the Airbus factory in Toulouse, France. This will be the 7th A330 to join the Cebu Pacific young and strong fleet.

Could you show us relation between that news and the topic of that thread, please?
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Old January 1st, 2017, 02:36 PM   #214
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Old January 7th, 2017, 05:04 PM   #215
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November 24, 2017
Japan loses appeal as regional airline hub
US airlines bypass Narita for airports in China and South Korea
SOICHI INAI, Nikkei staff writer
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NEW YORK -- Japan is losing its luster as the primary aviation hub in northeast Asia.

Major U.S. airlines are scrapping routes to and from Narita International Airport near Tokyo -- the country's main international gateway -- and opting instead for airports in China and South Korea.

Delta Air Lines said in September that it will discontinue its Narita-Guam route, which it has operated with one or two daily roundtrip flights. That route is important for many U.S. military personnel, who travel between Guam, where the U.S. has a large military base, and the U.S. via Narita. The last flight is scheduled for Jan. 8.

When Delta suspends that flight, it will urge its customers to use Korean Air Lines' Incheon-Guam route. The two carriers signed a deal in March to allow them to use each other's flights, and passengers will be able to travel to U.S. cities on Delta or Korean Air from Incheon Airport near Seoul.

"From Korean Air's base of Incheon, we can connect to 80 Asian destinations," Delta CEO Ed Bastian said in October when he unveiled the airline's new Airbus A350. He cited the "great limited facilities beyond Narita" as the reason for the shift to Incheon.

Delta is one of three foreign airlines that will be given spots at Incheon's new Terminal 2, thanks to its alliance with Korean Air. The terminal, which is scheduled to open in January, will offer automated self-check-in and luggage-drop services. The terminal will also provide easy transit service, called "transfer cluster," directly linking security screening and amenities, such as showers, restaurants and shops.

More : https://asia.nikkei.com/Business/Com...edium=referral
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