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Tokyo Haneda International Airport

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Name Tokyo Haneda International Airport
Region Asia and Pacific
Territory Japan JP.gif
Location Ōta, Tokyo Metropolis
Serving Tokyo
Elevation 6.401 m <br />21 ft <br />21 ft6.401 m <br />
Coordinates 35° 32' 55.79" N, 139° 47' 1.86" E
Designator Length Width Surface ROPS
4/22 2499 m8,198.819 ft <br /> 61 m200.131 ft <br /> ASP yes/yes
16L/34R 2999 m9,839.239 ft <br /> 61 m200.131 ft <br /> ASP yes/yes
16R/34L 2999 m9,839.239 ft <br /> 61 m200.131 ft <br /> ASP yes/yes

Observation RJTT 080400Z 18013KT 9999 FEW030 BKN/// 22/14 Q1005 NOSIG
Station Tokyo International Airport
Date/Time 08 May 2021 04:00:00
Wind direction 180°
Wind speed 13 kts
Lowest cloud amount few clouds
Temperature 22°C
Dew point 14°C
Humidity 60%
QNH 1005 hPa
Weather condition n/a

Tag(s) Parallel Runway Operation
Tag(s) Tropical Revolving Storm

The primary international airport serving the Greater Tokyo Area. It is located in Ōta, Tokyo, 14 km7.559 nm <br />14,000 m <br />45,931.759 ft <br /> south of Tokyo Station, Japan.


Humid subtropical climate (Köppen climate classification Cfa).



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Airport Layout

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Accidents & Serious Incidents at or in vicinity of RJTT

  • A320, vicinity Tokyo Haneda Japan, 2016 (On 22 December 2016, an Airbus A320 cleared for a night approach to runway 16L at Haneda, which involved circling to the right from an initial VOR approach, instead turned left and began an approach to a closed but partially lit runway. ATC noticed and intervened to require a climb away for repositioning to the correct runway using radar vectors. The Investigation found that the context for the crew’s visual positioning error was their failure to adequately prepare for the approach before commencing it and that the new-on-type First Officer had not challenged the experienced Captain’s inappropriate actions and inactions.)
  • B773, Tokyo Japan, 2016 (On 27 May 2016, a Boeing 777-300 crew made a high speed rejected take off when departing from Tokyo after a number one engine failure warning was quickly followed by a fire warning for the same engine and ATC advice of fire visible. As the fire warning continued with the aircraft stopped, an emergency evacuation was ordered. The Investigation found that the engine failure and fire had occurred when the 1st stage disc of the High Pressure Turbine had suddenly failed as result of undetected fatigue cracking which had propagated from an undetected disc manufacturing fault.)