Airport-Information

Airport Information

IAJ provides comprehensive ground handling and VIP services at airports throughout Japan. Here operators will find valuable information necessary to plan a successful operation into Japan’s leading airports. Details about services at other airports is available upon request.

RJTT
Photo Courtesy: TIAT
RJTT

The Tokyo International Airport (HND, RJTT), also known as Haneda, is popular with air travelers given its proximity to downtown and excellent transportation links. However, parking here for business jets is limited to five consecutive days, and aircraft repositioning may be required due to congestion. The 2019 Rugby World Cup and the 2020 Olympics will bring higher traffic volumes to Tokyo and the number of parking spots for business jets is being expanded.

IAJ maintains an office, a full staff, handling equipment and a crew lounge at RJTT. The airport also hosts a general aviation terminal, Business Aviation Gate. For technical details and airport map, see the below links.

RJAA
Photo Courtesy: NAA
RJAA

Most international flight to Tokyo use Narita International Airport (NRT, RJAA). It currently hosts 18 general aviation parking spots, to be expanded to 64 in time for the 2020 Olympics. Overnight parking is permitted for up to 30 days. Towing is required for business jets between parking area and fuel hydrants.

IAJ maintains an office, full staff, handling equipment and a crew lounge at Narita. A general aviation terminal, Premier Gate, is available to business jet passengers. For technical details and airport map, see the below links.

RJBB
Photo Courtesy: KAP
RJBB

Your gateway to Osaka, Kobe, and Kyoto is Kansai International Airport (KIX, RJBB). There are currently 5 parking spots available for general aviation, and there is no limitation on long-term parking. Standard airline catering and hotel catering available. For technical details and airport map, see the below links.

Photo Courtesy: NCAT
RJCC

New Chitose Airport (CTS, RJCC) serves the Sapporo metropolitan area; it shares runways with a Japan Self-Defense Force base. Parking spots are generally available for business jets but must be reserved in advance. Standard airline catering and hotel catering available. For technical details and airport map, see the below links.

Photo Courtesy: CJIAC
RJGG

Chubu International Airport (NGO, RJGG) serves the Nagoya area. Parking spots are generally available for business jets but must be reserved in advance. Aircraft hangars are available given advance notice. Standard airline catering and hotel catering are available. For technical details and airport map, see the below links.