Japan Wants to Encourage Business Aviation

Japan is working hard to raise the priority of business aviation, making major and regional airports easier for business jets to use. The country has set ambitious targets to double foreign visitors to 40 million a year by the 2020 Olympics, and encourage them to spend $8 billion while doing so...

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