IATA calls for substantial cut in Tokyo's Narita<br> airport landing fees
Narita International Airport Corp has been in the process of privatization since a year ago, and jas promised to cut its landing charges, now pegged at 2,400 yen per tonne.
"Japan's airports are the most expensive in the world," IATA director general Giovanni Bisignani told a news conference here. "This is now a golden opportunity for Narita to demonstrate the success of the privatization by addressing its high charges."
Bisignani said he would welcome it if Narita proposed to cut the fees by 20 pct.