Due to the downturn in aviation demand due to the COVID-19 outbreak, Tokyo-Narita Airport will shut down one of its runways.

Narita – which normally operates with two runways – will shut down Runway B bginning 6AM Sunday (Japan Standard Time) with the airport stating in a release the reopening will .......

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