3 DECEMBER 2018
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After being resurrected for international traffic some years ago, Tokyo Haneda Airport opens a new chapter next Monday, 10 December, when All Nippon Airways (ANA) extends its services to a new satellite facility at Terminal 2.
Tokyo authorities initially tried to move all international traffic to Narita Airport, but in 2010 a dedicated international terminal was opened at Haneda in conjunction with the completion of a fourth runway.
The new satellite terminal (below) will house gates 46, 47 and 48 and is equipped with plush couches and tables for passengers. ANA will also be providing free internet service, high-speed wi-fi connection and digital content throughout the building.
ANA airport centre senior vice-president Shigeru Hattori said: “Comfort is one of our top priorities for our passengers and the new satellite terminal will provide a cosy location for them to relax before boarding their flights.”
The satellite is connected by bus to Terminal 2, with departures from each end of the route every 5min and the journey taking 3min.
Passengers using gates 46, 47 and 48 are asked to pass through security 20min before departure time, the same as passengers using other gates.
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