Narita International Airport (NRT/RJAA)
New routes and frequency possibilities and why these routes would work
|Annual market between Japan (Tokyo) and Melbourne is 129,000 (75,000) passengers. 51% (45%) Japan originating traffic, 48% (52%) Australians. Melbourne has the 3rd largest population of Japanese nationals overseas among cities without direct flight out of Japan.|
|Annual market between Japan (Tokyo) and Sao Paulo is 95,000 (54,000) passengers. 66% (58%) Japan originating traffic, 33% (41%) Brazilians. Sao Paulo has the 2nd largest population of Japanese nationals overseas among cities without direct flights out of Japan. Also Sao Paulo is the centre of world largest Japanese decent community outside of Japan.|
|Annual market between Japan (Tokyo) and Siem Reap is 121,000 (65,000) passengers. 98% (97%) Japan originating traffic, 1% (2%) Cambodians.|
|Annual market between Japan (Tokyo) and Xian is 121,000 (64,000) passengers. 71% (73%) Japan originating traffic, 29% (26%) Chinese.|
|Annual market between Japan (Tokyo) and Penang is 73,000 (43,000) passengers. 69% (75%) Japan originating traffic, 29% (24%) Malaysians.|
|Annual market between Japan (Tokyo) and Barcelona is 157,000 (104,000) passengers. 82% (80%) Japan originating traffic, 17% (19%) Spanish.|
|Annual market between Japan (Tokyo) and Madrid is 124,000 (83,000) passengers. 72% (69%) Japan originating traffic, 26% (30%) Spanish.|
|Annual market between Japan (Tokyo) and Denver is 36,000 (25,000) passengers. 53% (52%) Japan originating traffic, 46% (46%) Americans.|
|Annual market between Japan (Tokyo) and Las Vegas is 161,000 (100,000) passengers. 91% (90%) Japan originating traffic, 8% (9%) Americans.|
|Annual market between Japan (Tokyo) and Orlando is 89,000 (59,000) passengers. 86% (86%) Japan originating traffic, 12% (13%) Americans.|
|Annual market between Japan (Tokyo) and San Diego is 73,000 (44,000) passengers. 57% (55%) Japan originating traffic, 42% (44%) Americans. San Diego has the largest population of Japanese nationals overseas among cities without direct flights out of Japan.|
Other major reasons to serve this airport
- Narita International Airport is the airport for Tokyo Metropolitan area (35 million inhabitants), the largest metropolitan area in the world, and premier and primary international gateway for Japan’s population of 128 milion.
- Narita International Airport processes almost 60% of the nation’s international air traffic. It is also a key international hub linking Asia with North America, functioning as the main artery for the Asia-Pacific region.
- In comparison to other Asian airports, Narita International Airport features an exclusive well-balanced global route network, which is not heavily dependent on Asian traffic.
Tokyo and Japan
- Tokyo has the largest metropolitan economy in the world (world’s only 1 trillion GDP metropolitan area) and Japan has the 3rd largest economy as well.
- Japan has one of the highest GDP per capita (USD 42,700 per capita) among economically emerging Asian countries and Tokyo has the highest GDP per capita (USD 70,400 per capita, approx.60% higher than national average) in Japan.
- Japan is the world’s 4th largest overall exporter as well as importer.
- Japan is the largest exporter of steel and motor vehicles.
Marketing and other support
Narita International Airport Corporation (NAA) offers a kind of marketing support to airline partners:
- Market Information: Statistics and market analysis on request.
- PR support: Offering the vacant advertisement media in the Terminal Buildings and PR media on our website.
- Airport marketing: Offering event space for destination campaign, inaugural flight and a new aircraft ceremony etc.
- Marketing support: Funding for ad hoc or tailor-made advertisements and campaigns at outside the airport (i.e. placing advertisements in train stations at downtown Tokyo or inside train advertisement media of Narita Express and Skyliner both run between downtown Tokyo and the airport).
- Tokyo Metropolitan Area: 35 million inhabitants
- Tokyo Region: 43 million inhabitants
- 120 min catchment area: 32 million inhabitants
Under-served freight opportunities and other economic impact factors
- Narita International Airport’s cargo handling capacity is 2.45 million tonnes a year.
- A concentration of facilities constructed by freight forwarders as well as facilities for lease by logistic property developers around the airport provides a significant boost to the functions of the airport.
- Freight forwarder warehouses around the airport offer floor space exceeding 400,000 square meters, far surpassing the 200,000 square meters available in the airport.
- These facilities play a part in the airport’s logistics functions giving Narita International Airport a great advantage over other international airports in Japan.
- Narita International Airport is located approximately 60 km east of downtown Tokyo and the airport is linked to downtown Tokyo through Shuto Expressway (lit. Metropolitan Expressway), Higashi Kanto Expressway and New Airport Expressway.
- It has an extensive bus network and a basement train station for Skyliner and Narita Express to downtown Tokyo and other cities in Tokyo Region.
- Getting from Narita International Airport into Tokyo is very easy. Underneath the airport terminal is the train station and it takes only 36 minutes to downtown Tokyo.
- SKYLINER (Keisei line): 36 minutes
- NARITA EXPRESS (JR): 50 minutes
- 50 minutes
Helicopter Access (MCAS):
- 20 minutes
Infrastructure & Operations:
- Runways: 2
- Runway A: 4,000m×60m, 34L/16R
- Runway B: 2,500m×60m, 16L/34R
- Runway Capacity: 52 to 58 movements per hour
- Slot Coordinated?: Yes, Level 3 coordinated airport. Please contact for slot application information of scheduled flights:
- Japan Schedule Coordination (JSC):
- Tel: +81-3-3502-2721
- Operating hours: 06:00-23:00
- Terminals (Number, type and last major refurbishment): Total 2 passenger terminals
- Passenger Terminal 1 (451,000 square meters): 1978 May 20th open, 2006 June 2nd renewal open
- Passenger Terminal 2 (362,300 square meters): 1992 December 6th open
- Min. connect time: Minimum 45 minutes
- Other relevant Infrastructure & Operations details:
- Cargo Terminal Buildings, etc.: 295,800 square meters
- Stands: 137 (146 in the case of using some stands for small aircraft)
Important infrastructure developments and/or other news
- To meet the region’s vigorous demand for traffic growth, Narita International Airport is in the process of expanding its capacity by 35,000 movements p.a. to 270,000 p.a. in preparation for the full-fledged open-skies arrangement, which is due to take effect in 2013.rastructure developments
- A further capacity increase of up to 30,000 annual movements is also planned for 2014 onwards.
- Passengers: 33.8 million passengers in 2010
- 32,216,298 International passengers
- 1,652,384 Domestic passengers
- Total: 33,868,682
- 62 airlines serving 91 scheduled international destinations.
- International Service Total: 60 carriers, 2,678 flights per week
- Domestic Service Total: 4 carriers, 462 flights per week
- (Based on figures 2011 Winter Schedule)
- 11 cargo airlines.
- Freight: 2,125,730 tons in 2010
- Largest carriers: Japan Airlines, All Nippon Airways, Delta Air Lines, United Airlines.
- Aircraft movements: 191,459 in 2010