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Transfer at Narita

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Our trip to the US was via Japan Airlines (JAL), which meant we had a layover at Narita International Airport where we changed planes. The stop was over three hours and so I took my time walking from our arrival gate towards our boarding gate in the satellite terminal of the airport. This was so I could get a few, ok a lot, of photos. Of course, I wasn’t able to and didn’t take photos at sensitive areas of the airport (immigration, security checks) as these areas prohibit the use of camera and cellphones.

IMG10872-20150503-1523Passengers walk towards the terminal building upon deplaning

IMG10873-20150503-1524Signs show the way for transfer passengers (Green) and those staying in Japan (Yellow).

IMG10875-20150503-1533The long corridor connecting the main Terminal 2 to the satellite is quite spacious.

IMG10876-20150503-1533There are moving walkways along one side of the connector’s right corridor.

IMG10879-20150503-1535Information screens for Terminal 2 departures

IMG10881-20150503-1536Example of a cafe inside the Narita terminal

IMG10883-20150503-1537Play or lounge area for passengers along the wide bridge connecting Terminal 2 with its satellite

IMG10884-20150503-1537Clean and elegant architecture for Narita Airport’s Terminal 2 connection with its satellite

IMG10885-20150503-1537We really liked the “modern Asian” feel of the interior of Narita Airport

IMG10886-20150503-1538Doorway to the satellite with signs clearly showing the way to the boarding gates

IMG10887-20150503-1538Information screens for departing flights at Narita’s Terminal 2

IMG10889-20150503-1546Familiar green telephones and phone card dispensers

IMG10891-20150503-1552Our boarding gate for the Narita – San Diego leg of our trip

I will be writing a few more articles on airports in future posts.

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