Fujitsu Completes Air Traffic Upgrades at Narita Airport

11 November 2009 (Last Updated November 11th, 2009 18:30)

Fujitsu has completed an upgrade of Japan's Narita International Airport's NARC III air-traffic information management system (IMS) to handle increased air traffic volumes. The airport is expecting over 220,000 flights in 2010, so undertook an expansion initiative in October 2009 to incre

Fujitsu has completed an upgrade of Japan's Narita International Airport's NARC III air-traffic information management system (IMS) to handle increased air traffic volumes.

The airport is expecting over 220,000 flights in 2010, so undertook an expansion initiative in October 2009 to increase the length of runway B to 2,500m.

The IMS currently handles air-traffic information including anticipated aircraft departures and arrivals, the upgrade will enable quick responses to air-traffic incidents and seamless navigation.

Currently the airport handles 200,000 flights a year.