Narita International Airport is the main international gateway to the Greater Tokyo region of Japan. The airport is the second-largest serving the Tokyo metropolitan area, with the larger being the more central Haneda Airport. Haneda, however, has long been limited to domestic and short-haul services, with Narita handling all long-haul services into the region. Both Haneda and Narita airports are undergoing changes in strategy which will see this pattern change. Hosting domestic, regional and international passenger and cargo services for over 40 airlines, Narita is a major hub for airlines including ANA, Japan Airlines and Delta Air Lines.
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Ground/Cargo Handlers servicing Tokyo Narita Airport
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