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Japan travel industrys recovery depends on China reopening, says Narita Airport CEO
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The arrival zone at Narita International Airport amid the COVID-19 outbreak, in Narita, Chiba Prefecture, in November 2020. International arrivals to Japan have recovered to about 30% of pre-pandemic levels. REUTERS
Japan is already seeing an increase in inbound travelers since relaxing its COVID-19 border controls last week, but a full recovery will remain elusive until China opens up, said the head of the countrys biggest international airport.
Narita Airport chief executive Akihiko Tamura said a jump in overseas arrivals in Japans biggest international travel hub was an indication of this broader trend.
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