Nagasaki Airport

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Nagasaki Airport
Nagasaki Kūkō
Nagasaki Airport Omura Nagasaki pref Japan06n.jpg
Airport type Military/Public
Operator Civil Aviation Bureau
Serves Nagasaki, Japan
Location Ōmura, Nagasaki
Elevation AMSL 8 ft / 2 m
Coordinates 32°55′01″N 129°54′49″E / 32.91694°N 129.91361°E / 32.91694; 129.91361Coordinates: 32°55′01″N 129°54′49″E / 32.91694°N 129.91361°E / 32.91694; 129.91361
RJFU is located in Japan
Location in Japan
Direction Length Surface
m ft
14/32 3,000 9,843 Asphalt/Concrete
18/36 1,200 3,937 Asphalt/Concrete
Statistics (2015)
Passengers 3,110,686
Cargo (metric tonnes) 14,706
Aircraft movement 31,888
Terminal building

Nagasaki Airport (長崎空港, Nagasaki Kūkō) (IATA: NGS, ICAO: RJFU) is an international airport located 4 km (2.5 mi) west of the railway station[2] in the city of Ōmura and 18 km (11 mi) north northeast of the Nagasaki railway station in the city of Nagasaki,[2] Nagasaki Prefecture, Japan.

The airport terminal and runway 14/32 are on an island, and the shorter runway 18/36 (now used by the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force for helicopter flights) is on the mainland.


The mainland portion of the airport opened as a military aerodrome in 1923, and commenced civilian joint use as Omura Airport (大村空港) in 1955.

The current island runway and terminal opened on May 1, 1975. Although Nagasaki is superficially similar to Japan's other island airports, Kansai International Airport, Kobe Airport, Kitakyushu Airport, and Chūbu Centrair International Airport, Nagasaki's island existed (in a radically different shape) before the airport was constructed. Constructing the airport required flattening the island's hills and forming landfill around its shore, expanding it from 0.9 to 1.54 km2 (0.35 to 0.59 sq mi).

Airlines and destinations

Airlines Destinations
Air Seoul Seasonal: Seoul–Incheon[3]
All Nippon Airways Nagoya–Centrair, Naha, Osaka–Itami, Tokyo–Haneda
China Eastern Airlines Charter: Shanghai–Pudong
Japan Airlines Osaka–Itami, Tokyo–Haneda
Jetstar Japan Tokyo-Narita (begins 6 September 2018)[4]
Oriental Air Bridge Fukue, Iki, Tsushima
Peach Osaka–Kansai
Skymark Airlines Kobe, Tokyo–Haneda
Solaseed Air Tokyo–Haneda


Year Total Passengers [5]
1998 3,090,345
1999 3,056,828
2000 2,958,058
2001 2,846,646
2002 2,853,510
2003 2,834,289
2004 2,637,308

Incidents And Accidents

  • July 29 2017 - A small propeller plane was on a short final approach for Nagasaki Airport when it belly landed because its landing gear failed to lower. The airport was closed down and the JTSB is investigating.

Ground transportation

Several companies provide scheduled bus service to the airport from Nagasaki, Shimabara, Sasebo, and other surrounding cities. Ferry operators provide service to Togitsu, Nagayo, and the Huis ten Bosch theme park.


  1. ^ "Nagasaki Airport" (PDF). Japanese Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism. Archived from the original (PDF) on 21 October 2016. Retrieved 7 January 2017. 
  2. ^ a b AIS Japan Archived 2016-05-17 at the Portuguese Web Archive
  3. ^ "에어서울, 10월부터 아시아나 日 노선 순차 인수". NEWSIS.COM (in Korean). 15 July 2016. Retrieved 18 July 2016. 
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  5. ^ Nagasaki Airport -About Nagasaki airport

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