Thursday, October 5th | Hybrid Event: Ronald Reagan Building & Int'l Trade Center and Held Virtually in English and Japanese
Despite the pandemic drastically changing the circumstances of air transportation, and much uncertainty remaining, the great economic security found in air transport between North America and Asia via Japan has been reconfirmed. Furthermore, sustainable aviation has taken the helm as the future of air industries and a chance for growth. For this event, JITTI USA has invited experts in the fields of aviation, government, finance, and manufacturing to discuss current measures taken by air transportation industries to respond to climate change, what kind of role public and private stakeholders in both Japan and the United States will play to accurately communicate the significance and challenges of climate change issues, and strategies and measures needed to realize aviation sustainability.
Volume 10 Issue 5 | Feature: Akito Okabe | Cultural Article: Daisuke Komatsu
With this year being the first year after the pandemic that travel has truly returned to pre-COVID levels, this month's Feature delves into what changes airports in Japan have made to accommodate this welcome shift. The Cultural article introduces a shopping gem that may not commonly come to mind- stores in the basements of airports. There's much more there than you may realize!
Volume 10 Issue 4 | Feature: Hirokazu Nishikawa | Cultural Article: Shinichiro Tsuri
Our Feature Article delves into the Japanese government's plans to rebuild the momentum of inbound tourists after the pandemic, while the Cultural Article introduces Japanese castles- which many history buffs, architecture fans, and selfie-takers are sure to enjoy!
Volume 10 Issue 3 | Feature: Daisuke Komatsu | Cultural Article: Suzannah Nevas
History was made as the U.S. and Japan Coast Guard Academies signed a landmark agreement for academic collaboration. Learn the details and background leading up to this moment in this issue's Feature, and discover how Japan's wisteria flowers, so little heard about in the States, deserve to not be overlooked by travelers this season in the Cultural Article.