Narita International Airport has been ranked third on Airport Council International's "2009 Airport Quality Survey" in the 25-40 million passenger division, coming in behind South Korea's Incheon Airport and Singapore's Changi Airport.
The survey, released Wednesday, said that while Narita is looking to become an international hub, from a service standpoint, it has still has some way to go to compete with Asia's main airports.
The survey polled respondents on airport ease of use and availability of services, ranking 140 airports around the world. Narita was first included in the survey from October 2008.
In the overall rankings, Incheon placed first, Changi second and Taipei airport third.© News reports