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NARITA, Japan, April 14 Kyodo (EDS: ADDING DETAILS) A Korean Air passenger jet en route from South Korea to the United States made an emergency landing Sunday at Narita international airport after smoke was reported in the cockpit, the transport ministry said.
Return services are scheduled to depart from Tokyo's Narita International Airport at 16:40 and arrive in Denver at 12:30 the same day.
Summary: DUBAI -- Emirates announced an increased commitment to Japan with the introduction of two extra flights a week, ensuring a daily, non-stop service between Dubai and Narita International Airport from
Emirates flight EK 318 was greeted at Narita Airport with a water cannon ceremony while the Emirates delegation, headed by Richard Vaughan, Divisional Senior Vice President of Commercial Operations Worldwide, was welcomed by Kosaburo Morinaka, President and CEO of Narita International Airport Corporation.
In Japan, liquids and gels were banned from carry-on bags for passengers taking flights on US airlines or flights bound for the United States, a spokesman for Tokyo's Narita International Airport said.
NARITA, Japan, June 2 Kyodo The National Federation of Agricultural Co-operatives Associations, Japan's biggest farmers' lobby, opened a farm goods retail outlet at Narita International Airport Friday.
An increase in security was mandated following a rocket attack on Tokyo's Narita International Airport on Monday, although there is no evidence that the incident - injuring one worker - was linked to the Games.
28 Kyodo The operator of Narita International Airport said Thursday it will slash landing fees for new or additional international flights for three years from April 2013, reducing fees by more than half in some cases.