Tokyo Haneda International Airport

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About Tokyo Haneda International Airport

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Tokyo Haneda International Airport is one of the two main international airports in the Greater Tokyo Area, with the other being Tokyo Narita Airport. 

Tokyo Haneda International opened in 1931. The airport has undergone major expansions, the first in 1945 with its first passenger terminal, the second in 1961 to facilitate international passenger traffic, the third in 2004 with the opening of Terminal 2 and the fourth in 2010 with the opening of its newest terminal — Terminal 3. 

For years, Haneda was the primary airport in Tokyo. However, in 1978, Tokyo Narita Airport was built and took all international flights from the airport. This lasted until 2010 when Haneda build its own international terminal and took back a number of international flights, including long-haul services.

The airport is a hub for Japan Airlines, ANA and Skymark Airlines.

 

What is the airport code for Tokyo Haneda International Airport?

The airport code for Tokyo Haneda International Airport is HND.

Airport Location

Tokyo Haneda International Airport is located in Öta, Tokyo, which is south of Tokyo Station. Tokyo Haneda is around a 30-minute drive away from Toky City Centre, depending on traffic. 

 

Facilities

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Facilities Include:

  • WIFI
  • Recharging area
  • Special services
  • Currency exchange
  • Baggage storage
  • Medical facilities
  • Airport lounges
  • Business facilities
  • Smoking room
  • Grooming and relaxation
  • Bank & ATM
  • Restaurants
  • Shopping

Lounges Include:

Terminal 1

  • Power Lounge South — lounge area with free non-alcoholic drink service. 133 seats. Non-smoking. 
  • Power Lounge North — lounge are with free non-alcholic drink service &. 150 seats & separate smoking room.
  • Power Lounge Central — lounge area with free non-alcoholic drink service. 40 seats. Non-smoking. 

 

Terminal 2

  • Power Lounge South — lounge area with free non-alcoholic drink service. 100 seats. Non-smoking. 
  • Power Lounge North — lounge area with free non-alcoholic drink service. 140 seats. Non-smoking.
  • Power Lounge Central — lounge area with free non-alcoholic drink service. 68 seats. Non-smoking. Shower rooms available for a fee.

 

Terminal 3

  • All Nippon Airways Lounge
  • Jpan Airlines Lounge
  • Cathay Pacific Lounge

Runways

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Tokyo Haneda International has four runways. The two larger runways (3000 m x 60 m) are 16R/34L and 16L/34R and the slightly smaller runways are 05/23 and 22/04.

The airport opened with just one runway. The second runway was completed in 1939. The third runway was created by 1966 and the fourth and newest runway was created in 2010. 

 

Terminals

Tokyo Haneda International has three terminals. Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 are used for domestic flights and Terminal 3 is used for international flights.

Terminal 1

The existing Terminal 1 opened in 1993 and replaced the previous, original terminal building. The terminal is used exclusively for domestic flights and has a selection of shops, restaurants and bars — most notably an open-air rooftop cafe.

Terminal 2

Terminal 1 opened in 2004 and has six stories of shops and a 3-star hotel. Like Terminal 1, the terminal is used exclusively for domestic flights. 

Terminal 3

Terminal 3 is the airport's newest terminal, opening in 2010. The airport was built when the airport reintroduced international flights and is used exclusively for international flights. The terminal has a number of airline-specific lounges.

 

Airlines that fly to Tokyo Haneda International Airport

Tokyo Haneda is the hub for ANA, Japan Airlines and Skymark Airlines.

Take a look at the table below to see a full list of airlines that fly to/from Tokyo Haneda International. 

AIRLINE COUNTRY FROM
AirAsia X Malaysia
Air Canada Canada
Air China China
Air Do Japan
Air France France
Air New Zealand New Zealand
All Nippon Airways Japan
American Airlines USA
Asiana Airlines South Korea
British Airways England
Cathay Dragon & Cathay Pacific Hong Kong
China Airlines China
China Eastern China
China Southern China
Delta Air Lines USA
Eastar Jet South Korea
Emirates UAE
Eva Air Tawain
Garuda Indonesia Indonesia
Hainan Airlines China
Hawaiian Airlines USA
HK Express Hong Kong
Japan Airlines Japan
Jeju Air South Korea
Juneyao Airlines China
Korean Air South Korea
Okay Airways China
Peach Aviation Japan
Philippine Airlines The Philippines
Qantas Australia
Qatar Airways UAE
Shanghai Airlines Singapore Airlines
Skymark Airlines Japan
Solaseed Air Japan
Spring Airlines China
StarFlyer Japan
Thai Airways Thailand
Tianjin Airlines China
Tigerair Taiwan Taiwan
United Airlines USA
Vietjet Air Vietnam
Vietnam Airlines Vietnam

 

Top Destinations

Top Domestic Routes

2018
Rank Destination Passengers
1 Sapporo-Chitose 9,0007,372
2 Fukoka 8,647,386
3 Naha 5,919,365
4 Osaka-Itami 5,496,982
5 Kagoshima 2,506,276

How to get to Tokyo Haneda International Airport

 

By driving

Tokyo Haneda International has parking facilities and car rental at the airport if you wish to drive to the airport. Car rental offices are located outside of Terminal 1 and Terminal 2. You can get a free shuttle bus to Terminal 3 from the other terminals. Alternatively, free tickets are distributed on the Kiekyu Railway and Monorail if you'd like to travel between Terminal 1 and 2 and Terminal 3. 

By taxi

Taxis can easily be identified by the company logo or taxi symbol on the top of the car. If 空車 is displayed in red on the taxi, that indicates the taxi is vacant. If 賃走 is displayed in green on the taxi, that indicates the taxi is occupied. Taxis don't have a distinct colour. However, each company will have a specific colour, with the driver dressed in a matching uniform.

Ask the person(s) in charge of your accommodation to order a taxi for you. Alternatively, you can visit taxi ranks on the streets to get the next available taxi. Taxis can be flagged down in most areas, however, not in all areas. 

Although convenient, taxis are the most expensive transport option in Tokyo. 

By monorail

Tokyo Haneda Airport can be reached by monorail via Hamatsucho station. Hamatsucho station can also be reached by any of the stations on the JR Yamanote line on the railway. Although the monorail isn't strictly a JR line, most JR tickets and passes can be used when travelling to the airport on the monorail.

By Keikyu Railway

The Keikyu Line connects Haneda Airport with Yokohama, Keikyu Kamata, Shinagawa and other stations. You can connect to the Keikyu Line from the JR Yamanote Line via Shinagawa station.

By Limousine Bus

Tokyo is well connected by limousine bus. You can get buses to the airport form most neighbourhoods in the city.