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Central Japan International Airport, under construction off the city of Tokoname, Aichi Prefecture, will be the third-largest international airport in Japan when it opens for round-the-clock operations next Feb. 17.

The management firm for the new Chubu (central Japan) airport, led by Yukihisa Hirano, a former executive of Toyota Motor Corp., claims to have drastically cut construction costs with thorough cost management.

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