Lost Australian Airport
Today between 5-6pm I lost a Flight Centre with a pas [more]Josh 01/10/2014
Lost Silver Helmet in a Black Bag
I lost my skiing helmet (with goggles) in a black bag [more]GK 03/11/2013
Lost woman hat at intern depart terminal
Dear New Chitose Airport, I lost my hat (light cream [more]Marina L 12/12/2012
lost digi-cam in soft polkadot case
My 11yr old daughter lost her silve coolpix camera on [more]bve 07/16/2012
CTS Airport is 5 km southeast of Chitose and Tomakomai, on Hokkaido Island, northern Japan, and can be accessed by road 236, which connects to the Hokkaido Expressway, and by train (the Chitose line of the Hokkaido Railway).
With 2 long runways and around 20 million passengers a year, New Chitose Airport is served by many domestic and international airlines, offering direct and connecting flights to all points of the globe. International flights transport mainly tourists from East Asia & Australia (for sightseeing and skiing).
NOTE: Due to the closeness to residential areas, international flights are restricted to fly Tuesdays & Wednesdays noon to 4pm, and from 5 pm on Friday through 11:59pm on Sunday.
The on-Airport 'Hotel Com' (tel. 0123 26-3131) with 188 rooms inside the Domestic Terminal, is accessible via front desk on level 3F, and houses restaurant Iris and lounge bar Rob Roy; as well as a large conference room.
New Chitose Airport has one passenger terminal - divided into Domestic & International areas. For Terminal details at this site open ‘Terminal Map’ and scroll down to the text; for ground transportation open: ‘Ground Transportation /Buses & Trains.
Current and future Airport developments. In mid-July 2017 upgrade work started on the domestic terminal to improve safety and comfort (re-enforcing public security, disaster prevention and barrier-free facility) and expanding facilities. Areas involved are at the western part of the terminal on both levels 1 & 2: The departure gate safety inspection areas were renamed to: A & B at left, C in the center, and D, E & F at right. The Arrivals level was adjusted accordingly.