Flight Ops to Tokyo’s Narita and Haneda Airports

Flight Ops to Tokyo's Narita and Haneda Airports

Flight Ops to Tokyo’s Narita and Haneda Airports: BIOTech Japan 2018 gets underway in Tokyo this June 27. Here’s what operators need to know about Tokyo’s two main gateways: Haneda and Narita International Airports. 

Operational Information for Tokyo 

Private operations: Do not require overflight or landing permits

Non-scheduled commercial operations: Do not require overflight permits but require landing permits

Scheduled commercial operations: Do not require overflight permits but require landing permits

Narita International Airport 
  • IATA: NRT 
  • ICAO: RJAA
  • Coordinates: N35-45.9/E140-23.1 
  • Elevation: 135 Ft. 
  • Fuel Available: Jet A1 
  • UTC: +9 hours

Airport Information

  • Airport type: Civil
  • Airport of Entry: Yes
  • Fire category: 10
  • Customs: Yes
  • U.S. Customs Pre-Clearance: No
  • Slots Required: Yes
  • Handling Mandatory: Yes
  • DST: None (No Daylight Savings Time observed)
  • Open 24 Hours: Restricted, NIGHT BAN 1400-2100Z
  • Control Tower Hours: H24
  • Runway lengths: 13123 Ft. and 8202 Ft.
  • Longest hard surface runway (Ft.): 13123 x 197, 16R/34L
  • Runway surface: Asphalt
  • Distance from Tokyo: This airport is situated 7 Km from the city center  
Tokyo International (Haneda Airport)
  • IATA: HND
  • ICAO: RJTT
  • Coordinates: N35-33.2/E139-46.9
  • Elevation: 21 Ft. 
  • Fuel Available: Jet A1 
  • UTC: +9 hours 

Airport Information

  • Airport Type: Civil
  • Airport of Entry: Yes
  • Fire Category: 10
  • Customs: Yes
  • U.S. Customs Pre-Clearance: No
  • Slots required: Yes
  • Handling mandatory: Yes
  • DST: None (No Daylight Savings Time observed)
  • Open 24 Hours: Yes
  • Airport hours: H24
  • Control Tower hours: H24
  • Runway lengths: 9843 Ft. and 8202 Ft.
  • Longest hard surface runway (ft): 11024 x 197, 16L/34R
  • Runway surface: Asphalt/concrete

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