Narita international flights The number of arrivals and departures dropped sharply due to the new coronavirus. April 9 23:31

As the spread of the new coronavirus continues, Narita International Airport's international flights have seen a sharp drop in passenger arrivals and departures by 4th of this month, representing just 16.6% of the same period last year.

According to the airport company, the number of arrivals and departures of international flights on Narita is 3,661 times in one week until January 25 including the Chinese New Year holidays, excluding the year-end and New Year holidays. The most.

However, the number of departures and arrivals has been gradually reduced due to the suspension of flights and the reduction of flights due to the strengthening of measures at the border, and the number of arrivals and departures has decreased to 582 for the week until 4th of this month.

This is only 16.6% of the same period last year, and the spread of the new coronavirus, which has rapidly progressed since then, has cast a large shadow.

Airport companies are considering delays in paying landing fees and other fees from airlines, but are seeking to get support from the government in the future, as it may affect the operation of the airport companies themselves.

Narita Airport Company commented, "I hope that the situation will calm down in a very difficult situation as soon as possible. We will take all possible measures to maintain the functioning of the airport until the end."