Videos on Demand

Tuesday, October 8th, 2019  |  Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center, Washington, DC

JITTI USA was pleased to hear from experts in international civil aviation from aeronautical authorities and air carriers in Japan and the U.S, as well as an airport operator from Japan, who discussed the future vision and aviation strategies of international civil aviation in the Asia Pacific region.

Author: Daisuke Miyamoto  |  Surface Transportation

Rail Analyst, Daisuke Miyamoto, delves into the differences of applications  of value capture between Japan and the US, and the stances of various US voices on how it should be implemented.

Author: Daisuke Takagi  |  Civil Aviation

As private development continues to sprout near transit and passenger rail facilities, transportation agencies continue to seek ways to obtain revenues from the value created by those transit investments. Representatives from four properties  shared their formulas for success at this joint APTA-JITI session held during APTA's Rail Conference in Toronto.

Other Recent Publications

Volume 7  Issue 2  |  Feature: Daisuke Takagi |  Cultural Article:  Tomomi Dodd

The March issue of the JITTI Journal celebrates the emergence of Spring, with a feature article on the changing trend of cruise ships and passengers traveling to and from Japan, as well as an article on the Japanese tradition of Hanami, or cherry blossom viewing.

Volume 7  Issue 1  |  Feature: Shinichi Yamada |  Cultural Article:  Shuntaro Okimoto

Welcoming in the New Year and a new president, JITTI USA introduces Mr. Okuda's leadership to the organization.  This newsletter also features an article on Japan's policies regarding unmanned aircraft, and foods specific to the new year holiday.

Volume 6  Issue 6  |  Feature: Hiroki Sakamoto |  Cultural Article:  Daisuke Miyamoto

JITTI USA is happy to provide their November issue of the JITTI Journal, which delves further into Haneda Airport's landing slots, and it's impact on civil aviation in the Asia Pacific region.  A cultural article entices readers to Okinawa, a tropical island chain unlike the rest of Japan.

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