Japan has a reputation for being corporate jet unfriendly, but representatives of Tokyo's Narita International Airport (booth 3831) and the country's government are at NBAA to prove there is a welcome for business aviation in the land of the rising sun.

The international hub - one of two big airports in the Japanese capital - opened its business aviation terminal, Premier Gate, in March this year. The airport now has 18 aircraft stands, with parking for up to 30 days, compared with 10 stands in December 2010.

Source: Flight Daily News