In a bid to attract more flights to Tokyo's Narita, the airport's operator is waiving landing fees for airlines looking to open up new regularly scheduled long-haul passenger flights.

The waiver - announced in late November - will apply to any new long-haul flight covering a distance of over 7000 .......

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