Tokyo 2020 partners Narita International Airport, Japan Airport Terminal

The organising committee of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games has signed new partnerships with Narita International Airport Corporation and Japan Airport Terminal.

Both companies will serve as Official Partners of Tokyo 2020, in the second domestic tier of the Games’ sponsorship programme, and both will take up the airport services sponsorship category.

Their addition brings the total number of Tokyo 2020 domestic partners to 61, including 15 gold partners, 32 Official Partners and 14 Official Supporters.

Domestic sponsors will be granted the rights to use Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic designations and imagery, including emblems, mascots and slogans.

Narita International Airport is based in Tokyo. Japan Airport Terminal operates Haneda Airport, also in Tokyo.

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