Re: [76attendees] Meeting point at Narita?

Ole Jacobsen <ole@cisco.com> Wed, 04 November 2009 20:06 UTC

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From: Ole Jacobsen <ole@cisco.com>
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***** NOTE WELL: There are TWO (2) international terminals at Narita 
with about an "equal spread" of airlines distributed between the two.
British Airways, for example, lands at Terminal 2, United Airlines
lands at Terminal 1. There are similar facilities (JR station, JR
travel center, bus counter, ATMs, cellphone rental, etc) in BOTH
terminals. There is a yellow shuttle bus that loops between the 
terminals. More info at http://www.ietf76.jp/ and 
http://hiroshima-info.info and the links provided in both.

Ole


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On Wed, 4 Nov 2009, Romascanu, Dan (Dan) wrote:

> Folks familiar with the Narita airport - can you recommend an
> appropriate meeting point in the airport for people traveling from
> Narita to Hiroshima who want to share the train travel experience? We
> could try to wear some IETF stuff (e.g. T-shirt) to try to ease mutual
> identification. 
> 
> Do the majority of international flights arrive at Terminal 1. 
> 
> I am arriving on Saturday morning from Vienna, my flight is scheduled to
> land at 9:30AM. 
> 
> Dan
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