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Tokyo Haneda (HND) Airport

Tokyo Haneda HND Airport Overview

Tokyo Haneda International Airport HND is one of two primary airports serving the greater Tokyo region (the other being Narita).  While Narita Airport handles most of the international flights,  Haneda Airport has handled the bulk of domestic flights; however  in the last few years, it has also has taken on Korean, Chinese & Taiwanese charter flights.   Haneda is also closer to Tokyo  than Narita.

HND Airport is located in Ota, Tokyo, 14 km south of Tokyo Station, Japan, and can be accessed from Tokyo by using the ‘Kuko Chuo Exit’ from Expressway Bay Shore Route (West) via National Route 357, and from Yokohama by using the ’Wangan Kanpachi Exit’ from Expressway Bay Shore Route (East). Train stations are located in Terminal 2. Haneda Airport can be reached from Tokyo's center in half an hour; while it takes over an hour to get to NaritaAirport.

With four long runways and an estimated 70 million passengers annually, Tokyo Haneda Airport is hub for Japan Airlines, located in Terminal 1, and to All Nippon Airways, located in Terminal 2, and is served by a host of domestic and international, regular and low-fare Airlines, offering direct and connecting flights to all points of the globe.

The on-Airport Haneda Excel Hotel with 387 rooms is housed in Terminal 2.
Tokyo-Haneda Airport has three passenger terminals - Domestic T1 & T2 and the  International Terminal. 

Parking at options at Haneda Airport: The multi-level parking garages P1 & P2 & P4  (P4 is connected to the International Termial's Levels 1 & 3)

Transfer to Narita Airport:  Take the Keikyu Line' Limited Express' to Stop 40 (5 stops) and change to the 'Access Express' to Stop 99 (4 stops).

Present and future Airport developments:  While current discussions are still ongoing about Airport expasion projects, ongoing expansion of the International Terminal by an 8-gate pier at its northwest side, and expansion of adjacent apron, expansion of  the areas for check-in, customs /immigration /quarantine, and baggage claim, as well as a hotel inside the International Terminal, are tentatively to be completed by Spring 2014.

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