Narita International Airport Corporation has introduced the brand name, WORLD SKY GATE_NARITA, to highlight the potential that Narita International Airport offers to Japan and the rest of the world.
WORLD SKY GATE_NARITA is a declaration of Narita International Airport's pride and commitment as Japan's premier gateway to the world, the world's portal to Japan and the major East Asia hub airport serving the global air transport network.
Traditionally Japan's largest international hub airport, Narita International Airport boasts a finely balanced, yet extensive international air transport network not available anywhere else in East Asia.
By continuing to evolve and expand these significant features, Narita will grow even more conspicuous in this role under the WORLD SKY GATE_NARITA banner.
Underlining the fact that international airports are not just transit points but travel showcases, Narita Airport will continue to strive to remain committed to offering services that are befitting the special
venue as expressed by the new brand name.
Narita also remains committed to serving global travelers and welcoming all visitors with the utmost hospitality.
Narita International Airport will strive to offer an airport that all employees and people involved with it can be proud of and one that enjoys a special place in the hearts of those that use it.
WORLD SKY GATE_NARITA will be used in all communication in order to establish Narita International Airport's brand image.
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