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Haneda's terminal arm dives into management business at Palau airport

The Japan Times

Tokyo's Haneda airport will launch a terminal-management business at Palau airport in its first such project overseas. It now hopes to replicate that success with the airport run by the Pacific island nation. Last year, over 80 million people passed through Haneda, the world's fifth-busiest airport, and growth is expected to continue ahead of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Domestic terminals 1 and 2 are owned, managed and operated by Japan Airport Terminal Co., while the terminal for international flights is owned, managed and operated by Tokyo International Air Terminal Corp. Japan Airport Terminal, in cooperation with trading house Sojitz Corp., aims to make the most of its know-how and skills in managing Palau airport through the joint venture Palau International Airport Corp. Palau airport, which has a 2,100-meter runway, handles midsize jets such as the Boeing 767, but the terminal, which is under the direct management of the Palau government, is narrow, crowded and short on seats.


German Airport in Duesseldorf Reopened After Security Incident: Airport Spokeswoman

U.S. News

BERLIN (Reuters) - Two of the three terminals at the airport of the West German city of Duesseldorf have been reopened after a security incident while the third terminal is expected to open shortly, a spokeswoman for the airport said on Friday.


Ground Broken on New $1.6B Terminal at Los Angeles Airport

U.S. News

Garcetti's office says construction of the terminal is expected to create 6,000 jobs, produce more than $300 million in direct wages and enable the airport to add flights while relieving congestion at other terminals.


Narita airport to expand budget flight terminal to solve congestion

The Japan Times

CHIBA – The operator of Narita airport announced Thursday that its terminal for budget airlines will double in size to address congestion by March 2022. The expansion of Terminal 3 at the airport in Chiba Prefecture will raise capacity to 15 million passengers a year from 7.5 million, Narita International Airport Corp.(NAA) said. "Low-cost carriers have captured more-than-expected demand . The expansion will involve Japan Airlines Co.'s cargo facility next door. JAL has broadly agreed to move the facility elsewhere, according to NAA and other sources.


Thousands stranded at airport: 'You feel so vulnerable'

U.S. News

She and her husband, Vincent McIntyre, had arrived about 1 p.m. to drop off their daughter for a flight to Jamaica at Terminal 4. He soon found out that at Terminal 2, the gunman had opened fire moments earlier. And now, they were part of the second wave of panic. People who heard the reports of another round of shots ran toward Terminal 4. TV news footage showed people ducking behind vehicles and hiding as they again ran.