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[Chubu International Airport Co., Ltd.] Exhibited a limited-time photo booth in the underground shopping center of Sakae in the center of Nagoya to commemorate the start of operation at Chubu International Airport Terminal 2 (T2)

Chubu International Airport Co., Ltd. To commemorate the start of operation of Chubu International Airport Terminal 2 (T2), we will exhibit a limited-time photo booth in the underground shopping center of Nagoya City. Centrair’s original character “Mysterious Traveler Who” also appears! …………………………………………………………………………………………… [Period] August 13 (Tuesday) to August 15 (Thursday) 11:00 to 17:00 [Venue] Sakaechika Crystal Square, Sakae Naka-ku, Nagoya, Aichi [Image 1

Chubu International Airport Co., Ltd. (location: Tokoname City, Aichi Prefecture, President: Tsutomu Inuzuka) will be held for a limited time at the Sakaechika Crystal Square in Sakae, Nagoya’s Sakae underground shopping street, which will be crowded from August 13th to 15th. 2 terminal (T2) opening commemorative photo booth will be exhibited. Next Friday (September 20), the second terminal (T2) for LCC will be in service, so the general customer of Sakae underground shopping center in the center of Nagoya city In addition to expanding awareness, it was implemented with the aim of promoting the use of Centrair International Airport (“Centrair”) through PR of T2 airlines. On the 13th, the first day, a photo booth set in the center of Crystal Square where many passers-by traveled during the Bon Festival, and about 300 people took a commemorative photo in front of the image banner used in the T2 launch campaign. I participated. Commemorative photos taken at the photo booth were presented on the spot, pasted on the original mount, and crowded with many families and young people. At the photo booth, other materials related to Centrair T2, brochures of airlines using T2 and Centrair original travel information magazine “Air Travel Walker” were also distributed. This limited-time photo booth will be exhibited at Crystal Square in Sakaechika’s underground shopping area Sakae Nagoya until August 15th, and it is possible to take commemorative photos with Centrair’s original character “ Mysterious Traveler Fu ” during the period That is. [Image 2

We enjoyed a commemorative photo with Centrair’s original character “Mysterious Traveler Fu” Centrair will also post photos taken on the social media (SNS) with the hashtag “#Centrair T2” in commemoration of the start of service at Terminal 2 (T2) until October 31st. We are also holding a gift project where 50 people will be selected by lottery from those who have won Centrair original goods and travel tickets for Terminal 2 airlines. Centrair Terminal 2 will begin operation on September 20. Scheduled to be used by 5 LCC companies. Centrair Terminal 2 (T2) is scheduled to begin operation on September 20, 2019 and is operating in the current passenger terminal building (“Terminal 1 (T1)” from September 20). Five companies, Japan, Jetstar Japan, Jeju Air, Teaway Airlines and Air Busan, will move to Terminal 2 (T2). For more information on Centrair Terminal 2 (T2), please visit the Centrair T2 website.
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Terminal 2 (T2) appearance [Image 4

T2 departure lobby is getting ready for in-service [Image 5

T2 is located south of the current passenger terminal building (T1) and adjacent to FLIGHT OF DREAMS


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