The number of iPads on the ground is slim (only 6), but Narita's language and wayfaring apps are impressive, as are the old-school badges that identify staff as foreign language speakers.
In order to improve the passenger experience at the airport, Tokyo Narita International Airport recently rolled out a number of customer service initiatives as part of its ‘i-Airport’ strategy.
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