The companies have been attributed the category “Airport Services”. Their addition brings the total number of Tokyo 2020 domestic partners to 61*, including 15 Gold Partners, 32 Official Partners, and 14 Official Supporters (including one Official Supporter which sponsors only the Paralympic Games), all of whom will play vital roles in the successful delivery of the Games.
Makoto Natsume, President & CEO of NAA, commented, “We take great pride in becoming a Tokyo 2020 Official Partner and supporting Tokyo’s hosting of the Games. Narita Airport is moving forward as Japan’sgateway airport to prepare for various initiatives and arrangements to ensure the many visiting athletes, officials and spectators will have a safe, smooth and comfortable airport experience. The four-pillar policy for our commitments is “Ensure thorough operational safety and reliability”, “Ensure safety and smooth movements of the athletes and officials”, “Further improvements with the Universal Design” and “Welcomewith Japanese hospitality (OMOTENASHI)”. Through these initiatives and arrangements and by fostering an appropriate mindset at Narita Airport, we wish to contribute towards the success of the Tokyo 2020 Games.”
Nobuaki Yokota President and Chief Operating Officer (COO) of JAT commented, “For more than 60 years since JAT was established in 1953, the company has managed and operated the passenger terminals of Haneda Airport and overseen many refurbishments. At the same time, we have constantly worked to improve the user-friendliness, comfort and functionality of the facilities and services. We are honoured to be able to contribute to the Tokyo 2020 Games as an Official Partner (Airport Services). JAT aims to realise safe and smooth entry into and departure from Japan and movement within Japan for all visitors. We willalso enhance the terminals’ universal design features to realise an airport that is considerate and easy to use for a diverse range of visitors.