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Tokyo Haneda

Tokyo Airfield (Haneda) was returned to the Japan Government on July 1, 1952 and renamed Tokyo International Airport. It has grown into one of the world's busiest airports.
Tokyo International Airport, known as Haneda Airport, is located in Ōta, 14 kilometers south of Tokyo Station, and is one of the two main airports serving the Tokyo area and the main base of the two Japanese airlines, Japan Airlines (Terminal 1) and All Nippon Airways (Terminal 2).
The founders of company, Japan Airport Terminal Co., Ltd. (JATCO), Japan Airlines Corporation and All Nippon Airways Co., Ltd., formed a consortium comprising 14 companies under the leadership of JATCO.

Management company: Tokyo International Air Terminal Corporation
IATA code: HND
Country Code: JP
Transportation to/from the airport
The most convenient way to get to Haneda International Airport is by train (via shared services on Keikyu, Tokyo Metro and Keisei Lines) and airport shuttle.
The Haneda Airport Terminal connects directly to the Keikyu Line Subway Station and, on the 3rd floor, to the Tokyo Monorail Line.
Keiku line and monorail
  • From Tokyo Hamamatsucho Monorail Station: 13 minutes to Haneda Airport on Haneda Express.
  • From Keikyu Shinagawa Station: 13 minutes to Haneda Airport on the Airport Limited Express.
Haneda Airport is connected to various locations in Tokyo, Kanagawa, Chiba, Saitama and the Kanto region by airport buses.
By car from Tokyo, take the 首都 高速 湾 road for 15 kilometers and, in 20 minutes, you will arrive at the airport.
Taxis are available from Tokyo to Haneda Airport and vice versa.
Car hire
Car rental services to / from Haneda Airport are offered by various companies. At the airport the car rental desks are located in the arrival lobby, on the 2nd floor.
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