Tokyo Haneda International Airport

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Tokyo Haneda International Airport
Tokyo Haneda International Airport.
Tokyo Haneda International Airport.
Type Public
Owner Tokyo Aviation Bureau
City Ota Ward, Tokyo, Japan
Runway Length Material
16R/34L 3000 m Asphalt
16L/34R 3000 m Asphalt
04/22 2500 m Asphalt
05/23 2500 m Asphalt

Tokyo Haneda International Airport, formally Tokyo International Airport (東京国際空港)(IATA: HND, ICAO: RJTT), is the main domestic airport of Japan, as well as some nearby Asian cities including Seoul, Shanghai, Hong Kong and soon Beijing. The name "Haneda" is used to distinguish the airport from its international counterpart in the countryside, Narita International Airport. Haneda handled 66,735,587 passengers on 2008, making it the busiest airport in Japan and the fourth busiest in the world. To accomondate the growth, a new fourth runway and international terminal were completed in 2010.


While used mainly for Japanese airlines, a growing number of international airlines have started using Haneda's new international facilities.

Airlines with Hubs at Haneda

  • All Nippon Airways (ANA)
  • Japan Airlines Group (JAL)
  • Skynet Asia Airways (Solaseed Air)
  • Skymark Airlines
  • Hokkaido International Airways (Air Do)
  • StarFlyer

Airlines Serving Haneda

  • Air China
  • Asiana
  • China Eastern Airlines
  • Korean Air
  • MIAT Mongolian Airlines
  • Shanghai Airlines