Tokyo Haneda International Airport
4-3 Haneda-Kuko, 2-Home,
Ota-Ku, Tokyo 144, Japan
Tel: +81 (0) 3 7470511
Owner: Japan Airport Terminal Co., Ltd.
IATA code: HND
ICAO code: RJTT
HND arrivals today
Tokyo Haneda International Airport Arrivals
Haneda Airport, also known as Tokyo International Airport, is located in Öta, Tokyo, 14 km south of Tokyo Airport. It serves the Greater Tokyo region. In 2009, it was Asia’s second busiest airport and the world’s fourth busiest. Even though the big increase of Tokyo Haneda arrivals they stayed remain around spot 5 busiest airports. Because international HND flight arrivals are more important than the Chinese and US airports they they dropped to a twelfth rank in 2020 because of the pandemic with 30,8 million passengers.
Map of the terminals for Haneda flight arrivals:
Airlines available at Tokyo Haneda
This airport, operated by the Tokyo Air Bureau, the Ministry of Land Infrastructure and Transport, and the Japan Airport Terminal. The Tokyo International Airport serves as a base for Japan Airlines, Skynet Asia Airways and Nippon Airways who process most Haneda airport arrivals.
Of course there are also many more carriers that operate flights with HND arrivals such as:
- British Airways
- American Airlines
- Cathay Pacific
- Delta Air Lines
- Hawaiian Airlines
- Korean Air
- Singapore Airlines
- United Airlines and many more.
Tokyo Haneda destinations
Most busy Haneda domestic arrivals
Most Haneda international arrivals
- Hong Kong
- Kuala Lumpur–International
Some less busy routes but big international airports:
- Paris–Charles de Gaulle
- Indira Gandhi New Delhi
- Dallas/Fort Worth
- Los Angeles
In 2009, the airport handled a total of 62.1 million passengers. Following the completion of the expansion in 2010, the airport will be able to handle about 90 million of passengers and 250,000 Haneda flight arrivals a year. A new air traffic control tower was built at the airport at a height of 115.7 meters, which is 38 meters higher than the old one. It costs approximately 7 billion Yen and it is the world’s third tallest control.
Runways and Terminals
The airport has four runways which are 16R/34L, 16L/34R, 05/23, and 22/04 for all Haneda arrivals. The runways 16R/34L and 16L/34R are 3000 meters long and 60 meters wide to process the biggest aircraft for Tokyo Haneda airport arrivals. Runways 05/23 and 22/04 are 2500 meters long and 60 meters wide. Asphalt is used to cover all of the runways to have the best traction for HND arrivals.
Restaurants in Haneda serve delicious food. Edo Ko-ji, located in Terminal 3, is a street modeled after samurai Tokyo, with restaurants serving traditional Japanese cuisine such as sushi and yakitori (grilled chicken skewers). More restaurants are available when having HND flight arrivals
Both Terminals 1 and 2 have a variety of food choices, including some trendy Japanese restaurants, and some cafes, with a total of around 100 shops between them.
Terminal 1 of the airport provides seven information desks: two in the departure area, four in the Haneda flight arrivals hall, and one in the basement. Level 1 of Terminal 1 is the arrival area. When having a departure your journey starts on Level 2. Keikyu Line/Monorail is at Basement Level. The arrivals with baggage claim is located at Level one. No duty shops on the second floor of the international terminal. At this level you will find outside the terminal the buses and taxis. When leaving from Tokyo Haneda Airport you should be at level 2 for check-in. The shops and restaurants are levels 3, 4, and 5. There is also an observation deck at this terminal 1 at level 6/R.
Terminal 2: For domestic arrivals you will probably arrive at the second terminal. You will have to go from level 2 when walking into the terminal from the plane and head to Level 1 for your luggage.
Terminal 3: Check-in is at Level 3. Arrivals with baggage claim is at Level 2.
There are ATM’s scattered around the terminals. The airport provides services for disabled Passengers. You can enter into international arrivals hall after clearing immigration and customs at Haneda.
If you have any questions, there is an information counter right in the middle of the hall. Tokyo International Airport provides JAL and ANA luggage delivery counters in the HND arrivals hall to the right of exit customs.
Transportation Tokyo Haneda Airport
Numerous taxis, limousines, and buses operate to and from the airport. The Keihin Kyuko Railway and the Tokyo Monorail also serve Haneda airport arrivals. Inside terminals 1 and 2, as well as the international airport, there are bus stations. Taxi stands are also located outside each of the three terminals. Besides, the Eastern Japan Railways is proposing to build a new Haneda Airport access route that will directly connect to central Tokyo by 2029. Also, access to the car rental office located in terminals 1 and 2’s Tokyo Haneda arrivals lobbies.
Five levels of car parking are available after Haneda arrivals with categories include short-term, long-term, and disabled passenger parking. Car parks P1 and P2 are used by terminal 1 passengers, while car parks P3 and P4, used by terminal 2 passengers. P5 provides service to the international terminal.
Haneda airport to Kyoto by bullet train: you should take the Keikyu train to Shinagawa Station. From there you are able to take the bullet train which is heading to the city Kyoto.
From Haneda to Narita: take the train or the airport shuttle. By train you should switch lines between Keikyu, Toei, and Keisei to arriva at Narita. It will take about 1,5-2 hours. If you take the airport shuttle it will be a but faster and it will cost 3,200 Yen.
There are several hotels available to use when you have a stopover/transfer. You can of course also use it if you want to rest immediately after a late flight or if you have an early flight that arrives the night before.
- Terminal 1: First Cabin Haneda at Level 1F Arrival Lobby.
- Terminal 2: Haneda Excel Hotel Tokyu at Level 2F.
- Terminal 3: The Royal Park Hotel Tokyo Haneda at Level 3F