|IATA: OKA – ICAO: ROAH
||Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport
||Naha, Okinawa, Japan
||11 ft / 3 m
||26°11′45″N 127°38′45″E / 26.19583°N 127.64583°ECoordinates: 26°11′45″N 127°38′45″E / 26.19583°N 127.64583°E
|Source: Japanese AIP at AIS Japan
For the airport in Naha, North Sulawesi, Indonesia (NAH/WAMH), see Naha Airport (Indonesia).
Naha Airport (那覇空港 Naha Kūkō) (IATA: OKA, ICAO: ROAH) is a second class airport located 4 km (2.5 mi) west of the city office in Naha, Okinawa.
The primary air terminal for passengers and freight traveling to and from Okinawa Prefecture, Japan, the airport handles international traffic to Taiwan, Hong Kong, Korea, and China. Japan's fifth largest airport, it also carries domestic flights to Tokyo International Airport (Haneda) and many other cities on Japan's four main islands. Naha is also a hub for service to other locations in Okinawa, including Ishigaki Airport. In all, flights connect Naha to more than 30 destinations. Its single 3,000 m (9,843 ft) runway handles in excess of 150 flights daily. The Governor of Okinawa, Hirokazu Nakaima, has expressed his interest to build a second runway to accommodate flights, to be operational by 2015.
The basic and detailed design engineering works in addition to the later construction management phase of the main passenger terminal were awarded in the 1990's in part to the Japan Branch of the American design-build engineering company, The Austin Company, which joined Japanese firms in a joint venture design consortium.
The Okinawa Monorail carries passengers from Naha-kūkō Station to the center of Naha, and to the terminal at Shuri Station, which is closest to Shuri Castle. In addition, bus service is available to many parts of Okinawa Island. Extensive parking lots are available as well.
The airport is also home to Naha Air Base.
Naha Airport served 14,495,054 passengers in FY2006.
Airlines and destinations
|All Nippon Airways
||Fukuoka, Hiroshima, Ishigaki, Kagoshima, Kobe, Kumamoto, Miyako, Miyazaki, Nagoya-Centrair, Niigata [seasonal], Osaka-Itami, Osaka-Kansai, Sendai, Takamatsu, Tokyo-Haneda, Tokyo-Narita
|China Eastern Airlines
|Hong Kong Airlines
|Hong Kong Express Airways
||Fukuoka, Hanamaki [seasonal], Nagoya-Centrair, Osaka-Itami, Osaka-Kansai, Tokyo-Haneda
|Japan Airlines operated by Japan Transocean Air
||Fukuoka, Ishigaki, Kitakyushu, Kobe, Komatsu, Kumejima, Matsuyama, Miyako, Okayama, Osaka-Kansai, Tokyo-Haneda, Tokyo-Narita
|Japan Transocean Air operated by Ryukyu Air Commuter
||Aguni, Amamioshima, Kitadaito, Kumejima, Minamidaito, Miyako [seasonal], Yonaguni, Yoron
||Fukuoka, Kitakyushu, Kobe, Tokyo-Haneda
|Skynet Asia Airways
China Airlines Flight 120|
- On December 1, 1994, Ramzi Yousef planted a bomb on Philippine Airlines Flight 434, with the intent of mass murder. The bomb exploded on the Boeing 747-283B en route from Cebu to Tokyo, killing one passenger. The plane made an emergency landing at Naha Airport safely.
- On January 31, 2001, Japan Airlines Flight 907, bound for Naha from Tokyo International Airport, nearly collided with another Japan Airlines aircraft. The Boeing 747 for Flight 907 suddenly dived and avoided a DC-10.
- On August 20, 2007, China Airlines Flight 120, a Boeing 737-800, had an engine explode shortly after landing at Naha Airport, resulting in a fire that gutted the aircraft. All passengers and crew members were evacuated safely.
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26° 11' 44.93" N
127° 38' 45.13" E
||004° W (01/06)
||CIVIL GOVERNMENT, (LANDING FEES AND DIPLOMATIC CLEARANCE MAY BE REQUIRED)
|International Clearance Status
||Airport of Entry
|CENTRAL WEST PACIFIC
(CWP 1) SELCAL avbl.
||(CWP 2) SELCAL avbl. 2998 4666 8903 11384 13300 17904
||9840 x 150 feet
2999 x 46 meters
||Distance From Field
||Bearing From Navaid
||JP-4, Wide cut turbine fuel MIL Spec T-5624
||O-117, 1100, Reciprocating Engine Oil (MIL L 6082)|
O-123, 1065,(Dispersant)Reciprocating Engine Oil(MIL L 22851 Type III)
O-133, 1010, jet Engine Oil (MIL l 6081)
O-148, MIL L 7808 (Synthetic Base), Turboprop/Turboshaft Engine
O-156, MIL L 23699 (Synthetic Base)Turboprop/Turboshaft Engine
||LPHOX, Low pressure oxygen servicing|
LOX, Liquid oxygen servicing
||Call Naha Twr when MA-1A rqr.
||(NC-100, A1, J4)
||(KM-1) (KM-3) (TC-1) (C-2B) (C-3) (20 KVA)
||Rwy 18-36 GS 2.75 , MEHT 64'.
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