Tokyo Narita Airport's traffic hit by swine flu

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Japan’s Tokyo Narita International Airport reported traffic in May-2009 declined 13% year-on-year, to 2.4 million passengers, as fear of Swine flu bit deep into international travel to Japan and also struck the conservative Japanese travelling public. After signs of recovery earlier this year, the decline marks a major blow to Japanese passenger traffic, and represents the sharpest falls in passenger numbers for the year to date.

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