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RJTT Universal Aviation s m in Tokyo (Haneda) RJTT/HND Haneda International Airport N35° 33’ 12.00” /

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Haneda International Airport

N35° 33’ 12.00” / E139°46’ 52.00”

21 ft.

007° W

Multi R

+9 (DST)

Jet-A

34L/16R

9,842 ft. x 197 ft.

HIRL

AOE

SLOTS

Contact information: Main office: Tokyo, Japan Locations served: All of Japan SITA: N/A Director: Hiroshi
Contact information:
Main office: Tokyo, Japan
Locations served: All of Japan
SITA: N/A
Director: Hiroshi Higashiyama
Radio frequency: 131.075 MHz
Phone: +81 3 5708 7544
Mobile: +81 90 2170 8017
Fax: +81 3 5708 7574
We provide superior service at all airports throughout Japan.
Our shared purpose is the success of your trip.
My team and I look forward to welcoming you on your next visit.
Sincerely,
Hiroshi Higashiyama
Representative Director, Universal Aviation in Tokyo
E-mail: japan@universalaviation.aero
Web: universalaviation.aero
Key ground support capabilities include:
Flight support:
• Office hours: 0900–1800L
(available 24 hours on request)
• RVSM: Implemented 2005,
Oceanic Control FL290-390.
• Able to provide ground handling up to commercial-
size jets (cargo charter, passenger charter,
government/diplomatic flights)
• ACAS/TCAS II: Required for turbine-engine aircraft
with more than 30 passenger seats or more than
15,000kg MTOW
• Slot arrangements and permits
• Diplomatic clearance support
• ICAO Annex 16, Chapter II: All Chapter II aircraft over
34,000kg MTOW banned in Japanese airspace.
• Professional agents fluent in English, Chinese, and
Korean
• RNP 5 airspace: Yes
• 8.33 MHz channel spacing: Not required
• Weather briefings available on request
Haneda International Airport
• UVair® contract fuel available
• ICAO flight plans remain in system for
30 minutes after ETD
• Maintenance support arrangements
• Oxygen servicing (prearrangement required)
• Luxury ramp transportation (minivan for
up to four passengers) to terminal building
• Ground transportation arrangements
General Aviation
• Hotel reservations
Parking
• Local tour arrangements
• Rental phones (3G)
• Flower-arrangement service on departure
• Currency exchange
Passenger
Meeting
• Credit card payment (AMEX) accepted
Area
GA ARR/DEP
04
• VIP lounge
Area
9842 X 197
06
• Helicopter charter service to downtown
9842 X 197
34L
34R
8202 X 197
Parking areas
Passenger meeting areas
See next page
for driving directions
8202 X 197
16L
16R
20
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RJTT Universal Aviation sm in Tokyo (Haneda)
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Universal Aviation sm in Tokyo (Haneda)
RJTT Universal Aviation sm in Tokyo (Haneda) RJTT/HND Haneda International Airport N35° 33’ 12.00” / E139°46’

RJTT/HND

Haneda International Airport

N35° 33’ 12.00” / E139°46’ 52.00”

21 ft.

007° W

Multi R

+9 (DST)

Jet-A

34L/16R

9,842 ft. x 197 ft.

HIRL

AOE

SLOTS

City view

Driving directions

   

Directions to airport

- From the north, east or west:

Travel to Tokyo city center and take Highway 1 south, following the signs for Haneda Airport.

- From the south:

Follow Highway 1 north towards Tokyo. Continue following the road signs for Haneda Airport. The turnoff for terminals is about 9 miles (15 kilometers) before the city center. Follow road signs to the International Terminal (5 minutes). The car parking area is located next to the International Terminal. Pax meeting/drop-off point is on the 2nd lane from the curb in front of the the International Terminal Building entrance. The roads to Haneda Airport often experience traffic congestion during peak hours. Allow sufficient time for your journey from Tokyo to the airport in case of unforeseen delays.

Facility address Universal Aviation Fifth floor, Dai 2 Sogo Building 1-7-1 Haneda Kuko Ota-ku Tokyo 144-0041 Japan

General/passenger information

The Tokyo prefecture is home to 12.5 million people; more than 35 million people

 

Airport view

Airport view

live in the Tokyo metropolitan area. Despite cramped conditions, Tokyo is filled with culture and entertainment. Man-made modern sites are never far from natural wonders. Come visit such sites as the Imperial Palace, Tokyo Tower, and Akihabara Electrical Appliance Town. Shop many galleries, or play at Tokyo Disneyland.

For an outstanding side trip, consider visiting Mount Fuji (Fuji-san in Japanese) – a snow-capped, centuries-dormant volcano.

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