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About agreement on Japan / Spain Airlines arrangements

 A ceremony was held today for the signing of an Open Skies agreement between Japan and Spain, which have a history of over 400 years of interaction, formalizing an agreement by both governments to expand aviation relations between the two countries.(‘Aeronautical Consultations between Japan and Spain’ released by the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism )

 Interaction between the two countries is expected to grow further with the opening of a new JNTO office in Madrid, spurred on by the Japanese government’s efforts to promote inbound tourism from Europe, America, and Australia in addition to Asia, as outlined in its ‘Tourism Vision to support the Future of Japan’.

  With Iberia announcing in January that it will resume operation of the Narita-Madrid route this October for the first time in 18 years(Iberia to launch new Narita-Madrid route on October 19!(PDF:836KB)), NAA will use this agreement on aviation relations to further expand the flight network between Narita Airport and Spain, and meet the predicted growth in demand for interaction between the two countries.

Narita International Airport Corporation
President & CEO
Makoto Natsume