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Construction starts on Terminal 3 at Narita International

Narita International Airport in Japan has started work on its new Terminal 3 (T3) building designed specifically to accommodate low cost carriers (LCC). The terminal will be based across three floors with 217,00ft2 of floor space and will cater for an annual passenger capacity of 7.5 million.

The plans released by the airport state that the design is intended to be casual, functional and exciting, and will feature the largest airport food court in Japan with seating for approximately 400 passengers. Neutral colors will be used throughout the terminal along with innovative signage to improve wayfinding, such as lanes being etched on the floors leading to different areas.

T3 will offer a range of facilities for passengers including multiple restaurants, cafés, branded shops, duty free shopping area, 24-hour convenience store and prayer room for Muslim customers. The new terminal is scheduled for completion on April 5, 2015.







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