Flyers from Narita Down 72.7 Pct in First 21 Days of March
Narita, Chiba Pref., March 26 (Jiji Press)--The number of people who exited Japan on flights from Narita International Airport in the first 21 days of March plummeted 72.7 pct from a year before to 261,700, heavily affected by the outbreak of the novel coronavirus, the operator of the airport said Thursday.
The number of takeoffs from and landings at the airport in Chiba Prefecture, east of Tokyo, in the same period through last Saturday sank 33.8 pct to 6,828, according to the preliminary data released by Narita International Airport Corp.
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