Tokyo Narita International Airport will convert some of its aircraft parking stands to accommodate larger corporate jets, namely the Airbus ACJ320 and Boeing 737 BBJ.

Starting 26 June, there will be up to three stands available for larger aircraft to park at the airport, as compared to just one stand now, says the airport.

At the same time, a second access road will open in September. This will reduce the travel time from the business aviation terminal to the aircraft stand in half, to eight minutes.

The airport adds that large aircraft form approximately 10% of its corporate jet traffic, and it will continue to create initiatives to encourage greater corporate jet use.

Source: Cirium Dashboard