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Haneda Airport (HND), formally known as Tokyo International Airport, was opened in 1931. With the completion of the new Narita Airport (NRT) in 1978, Narita Airport took over most of Tokyo's international air traffic, and Haneda Airport was designated to handle Tokyo's domestic air traffic. However, thanks to the completion of a new runway and international terminal building, Haneda has resumed handling an increased number of international flights since October 2010.
Still, most international flights (except those to nearby Asian destinations) were banned to often inconvenient early morning and late evening slots until Match 2014 when the international terminal increased in size by 50 percent. Since then, more flights have been available during more convenient daytime hours.
Domestic flights use the airport's two other terminals: terminal 1 is mainly used by JAL, while terminal 2 is mainly used by ANA. Free shuttle buses operate frequently between all terminal buildings (outside of the security check). Transit passengers between the domestic and international terminals may also use the monorail or Keikyu Railway for free if they get a special transit pass at the information counter. In addition, ANA and JAL operate direct buses for checked-through passengers between the secure areas of the international and their respective domestic terminals to further reduce transit times.
International Air Traffic and The Arrival Point of a Majority of Foreign Visitors
Japan's second most important international airport on a man-made island
Formally known as Osaka International Airport
Largest airport in the Chūgoku region; formerly New Hiroshima Airport
Japan's third most important airport also known as Chubu Airport