Security Culture refers to the awareness that all airport staffs and passengers have a role to play in the security operation of airports and the code of conduct to maintain security. In order to promote YOSC to as many people as possible, 5 airports (NGO, NRT, KIX, ITM and UKB) will collaborate in joint SNS campaign!
“UPCYCLE ART MUSEUM” is now open! Collaborative art museum with “HERALBONY”, a welfare experiment unit, at Airport Mall (before passport control) on the 4th floor, Terminal 1. It opened on Friday, 30 April 2021 and will continue until Thursday, 30 September! A total of 30 works created by 21 artists with disabilities from Japan and abroad are on display.
Narita Airport is launching Face Express, a new approach to boarding procedures using facial recognition technology. Register passport details and facial image at an automatic check-in kiosk and use face profile for subsequent boarding procedures! Seamless contactless boarding procedures with reduced risk of infection through contact.
Various measures have been taken to prevent the spread of COVID-19 infection and to ensure that our customers can use Narita Airport with confidence and, in recognition of this, we have become the first airport in Japan to acquire International certification under the Airport Health Accreditation (AHA) Program conducted by the Airports Council International (ACI).
- 2021/06/25“UPCYCLE ART MUSEUM” is open for everyone to enjoy for a limited time!
- 2021/02/03Peach Aviation will launch new services to Memanbetsu from 10 and Oita from 19 February!
- 2021/01/22SPRING JAPAN to Launch Nanjing Service on 22 January!
- 2020/12/11STARLUX Airlines to Launch New Taipei Service on 16 December!
- 2020/12/07ZIPAIR to Launch Honolulu Route on 19 December!
- 2020/10/09ZIPAIR will launch the new service to Seoul on 16 October!
- Notification of free PCR test and antigen quantitative test for customers heading to Hokkaido and Okinawa
- Increased Airport Security During Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games
- Changes in operations at Narita Airport due to the holding of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games
- Temporary Closure or Changes to Operating Hours of Terminal Facilities, Airport Shops and Service Facilities (Subject to continuing changes)
- Regulations Governing Media Coverage at the Airport for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games
- SCOOT(TR / TGW) will move from the Terminal 2 to Terminal 1 on 5 June 2021.