Commonly known as Haneda Airport and Haneda International Airport, Tokyo International Airport serves the Greater Tokyo Area. The airport is in Ota, Tokyo, about 14 kilometers south of Tokyo Station. Tokyo International Airport serves as the hub for Japan Airlines, All Nippon Airlines, Skymark Airlines, Air Do, Solaseed Air, and StarFlyer. Terminal 1 and 2 of the airport are operated by Japan Airport Terminal Co. Ltd, International Terminal is operated by Tokyo International Air Terminal Corp., while the airfield is operated by Civil Aviation Bureau. Tokyo International Airport flights fly to a plethora of destinations around the world including London, New York, Paris, Beijing, Sydney, Hong Kong, and more.
Parking facility is available all round the clock every day. Parking has a capacity to accommodate about 3000 vehicles. There is a reserved parking space for handicaps.
Means of Transportation
Trains and Monorails
The Haneda Airport International Passenger Terminal is connected directly
to the underground Haneda Airport International Terminal Station on the
Keikyu Line, and to the 3rd-floor Haneda Airport International Terminal
Station of the Tokyo Monorail Line.
Haneda Airport is connected to various locations in Tokyo, Chiba, Kanagawa,
Saitama and elsewhere in the Kanto region by airport buses.
The taxi ranks are in the curbside area on the 1st floor.