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Georama of New International Terminal at Haneda Airport to Promote “Haneda’s Internationalization”

Georama of New International Terminal at Haneda Airport to Promote “Haneda’s Internationalization”

A georama of the new international terminal in the arrival lobby.

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A georama of the new international terminal scheduled to open in October of next year is presently being built in the first-floor arrivals lobby of the north wing in Haneda Airport’s Terminal 1.

The georama is the work of the new building’s administrative operating company, Tokyo International Airport Terminal Corporation (TIAT). In early June, the company decided to use the project to promote the new - terminal which will be the central facility in Haneda’s internationalization - to airport visitors. The arrivals lobby where the georama is being placed is in the main flow of traffic in the domestic terminal building.

The size of the georama is roughly 2 meters by 2 meters. The new terminal, boarding gates, parked aircraft, parking garages and surrounding land are faithfully being recreated according to the actual architectural design. Lighting is inside the model so that the terminal building itself will light up beautifully. According to Japan Airport Terminal Co., Ltd., which administers and operates the domestic terminal where the georama is located, “The main feature is the painstaking detail [that went into producing] the effective lighting.”

Additionally, panels have been put up announcing details on the opening of the new terminal.

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