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Narita Airport

New Tokyo International Airport (新東京国際空港) (IATA airport code: NRT) is an international airport in Narita, Japan[?]. It is commonly referred to as Narita International Airport (成田空港).

It took over the handling of international air traffic in Japan.

It is classified as First class airport (第一種空港) in Japan.

Narita airport serves as a hub to Japan Airlines, All Nippon Airways, Northwest Airlines, and United Airlines

Arguments over slots and landing fees have plagued the busy airport. The airport is expensive to access because so many airlines want to use it, therefore the Japanese aviation authorities have limited the number of flights each airline can operate from this airport.

Recently, Haneda Airport was allowed to have other international flights within Asia, as well as to Hawaii, which should help alleviate Narita's problems with capacity.

New Tokyo International Airport has 2 Terminals.

Terminal 1 is used by:

Terminal 2

See also: Airport, Transportation of Japan, Haneda Airport

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