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Fukuoka Airport

Fukuoka Airport(Fukuoka)British: Fukuoka Airport) IsFukuokaFukuoka CityHakata WardIt is in空港.Airport lawThen.Airports specified by Cabinet Order as national airports that fall under item 4 of Article 1, paragraph 6It is divided into.2019May 4Than,Fukuoka International Airport Co., Ltd.It is shifting to the operation of.

Overview

It is located within 5km of downtown Fukuoka and is known as an easily accessible airport. In 1993Fukuoka City Subway Airport LineEntered directly under the domestic terminal,Hakata StationTo about 5 minutes,Tenjin Station-Nishitetsu Fukuoka (Tenjin) Station・ In addition to connecting in about 11 minutesFukuoka city highway OflampIs also located nearbyKyushu ExpresswayDazaifu InterchangeIt takes about 15 to 20 minutes to get there.Because it is close to Hakata Station, where the Shinkansen arrives and departs, it has good access over a wide area, attracting passengers from a wide range from northern Kyushu to Yamaguchi Prefecture.

Passenger terminal buildingIs divided into a domestic terminal and an international terminal.The domestic terminal building is located at 778 Shimousui, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka City, Fukuoka Prefecture, and the international terminal building is located at 1 Aoki, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka City, Fukuoka Prefecture.Both terminals are connected by a free shuttle bus.

RunwayIs one with a direction of 16/34, a length of 2,800m and a width of 60m, on both sides.Instrument landing gear (ILS) It is equipped."Aircraft noise reduction operation (priority runway system)" that prioritizes the use of runway 16 (landing from the Genkai Sea side, takeoff to the Dazaifu side) is adopted.When using Runway 34, a "visual approach" is often performed to fly over the center of Fukuoka City at low altitude, and the ILS approach is performed when the weather is bad.

Since it is operated by one runway, the number of takeoffs and landings per runway is the highest in Japan.[3][4]..For this reason2016May 3This is the fifth case in Japan and the only airport with one runway.Aviation lawBased on Article 107, Paragraph 3Crowded airport(IATA"Level 3", the most crowded level in WSG[5]), And the opening of new airline routes is restricted.[6].

It is positioned as a major regional base airport next to the metropolitan area base airport.In particular, the Haneda-Fukuoka route is the most frequent route in Japan, and four airlines (Japan Airlines-ANA-Sky mark-Star flyer) Operates up to 1 flights per hour.Osaka andNagoya (Chubu)There are many flights to these areasTokaido-Sanyo ShinkansenConflict with[7] Other highway buses[8] ,Shinji PortArrival and departureferry[9] Also exists.Also,KagoshimaThe line was fully opened in 2011Kyushu Shinkansen Kagoshima routeWhen,MiyazakiLines are competing with highway buses, reducing the number of flights each[7].

Japan Air Self-Defense Force Kasuga base It has an Itazuke district.Also, 14% of the siteUS Army in JapanIt is a base, and the runway, taxiway, and some tarmacs are shared by Japan and the United States (48.6 hectares in total).[10] It is used as a terminal for diplomats and U.S. military personnel to move.[10].

2019May 4From Fukuoka Airport HoldingsMitsubishi Corporation-West Japan Railway-Kyushu Electric Power-Changi Airport InternationalEtc. will investFukuoka International AirportShifted to operation by[1].

From March 2020, 3, to separate the helicopter takeoff and landing functions in the airport,Fukuoka Airport Nata District (Nata Heliport)Is newly established.With the exception of the Japan Air Self-Defense Force, which continues to be stationed, and the Japan Coast Guard, which moved to Kitakyushu Airport, related organizations have moved to Nata Heliport.[11].

statistics

Number of users

Original wikidata queryPlease refer to.

The annual number of passengers in 2017 was 2397 (domestic flights 9,222, international 1764)[2], The number of landings is 8, both of which are the 9,261th largest airports in Japan.[12].. According to the results of passenger transportation by route in FY2018, Haneda-New Chitose has the largest number at about 905 million, and Haneda-Fukuoka has about 872 million, which is a dollar box route.Detail isPassenger transport results by routeSee.

In August 2015, 8 international flights went into service.The number of passengers increased by 21% compared to 2004 due to the increase in arrivals from South Korea, Taiwan and China.[3].

Domestic flight statistics

(From Fukuoka Airport) Number of passengers / ranking by service route in 2019[13]
destinationNumber of passengersDomestic rank
Tokyo International AirportAbout 836 million peopleSuperior02 bit
Naha AirportAbout 185 million peopleSuperior07 bit
Narita International AirportAbout 123 million peopleTop 16
Chubu International Airportapprox 091 million peopleTop 30
New Chitose Airportapprox 062 million peopleTop 41
Osaka International Airportapprox 058 million peopleTop 43

History

Fukuoka AirportSecond World WarIn the final 1945Former Japanese ArmyConstructed byAirfield with boardIt starts with (Itazukeharikyujo).After the war, it was requisitioned by the U.S. military and became a base with a U.S. military board.Korean WarInside became an important military base.Immediately after the requisition, some use was permitted on the Japanese side, but most of the facilities were returned in 1972 (Showa 47).

Prehistory

  • 1919(8th year of Taisho)- Sword Washing Army AirfieldIs completed.
  • 1930(Showa 5)- Najima Water AirfieldOpen port[14].
  • 1936(Showa 11)- Fukuoka First AirportOpened.
  • 1940 (Showa 15) -Fukuoka Aviation Radio Marking Station (AN system range beacon (course orientation) by the Ministry of Communications, Construction Bureau, at 1-chome, Midorigahama, Shingu-cho, Kasuya-gun, Fukuoka (at that time), Kasuya-gun, Fukuoka 185/005 and 079/259, 319 kHz 1 kW, station code: GK) were installed.[15][16].

History as a boarded airfield / boarded base

  • 1944(Showa 19) June- Imperial ArmyAviation unit OfMushiroda AirfieldConstruction started as (Rather Dahikoujo).At that time, the cultivated land of 249 towns was crushed, and 314 farmers were robbed of the farmland.[17].. The main mission was to scout the US military that landed in Okinawa in April 1945.
  • 1945(20)
    • May-5m2 600m runway completed at the airfield site[18].
    • 8 month - Pacific WarDue to defeatAlliesA country of the armyU.S. ForcesIs stationed.When a large U.S. military aircraft arrived, the aircraft sank due to insufficient strength of the runway.[19].
    • September 9-October 14, GHQ is a domestic regular aviation by Japanese crew and equipment to contact the end of the war, so-calledGreen cross flightallow.Operates 4 routes including Tokyo-Fukuoka[20].
    • October-US troopsItazuke baseRequisitioned as.
    • October 10-GHQ instructed to resume 21-hour operation of radio beacon stations in Tokyo, Osaka, Fukuoka and Kagoshima[20].
    • November 11-Resumed operations by the Aviation Agency[21]..Although the timing is unknown, as of 1952, the frequency was changed and the output was 355 W at 600 kHz.In addition, a vertical marker beacon (Z marker) 75 MHz 5W has been added. Limited but directional identification with AN range beacon[22]..Using this radio beacon, it became possible to enter the boarded airfield (at that time) in bad weather.Furthermore, by combining with GCA, it became possible to reach the final approach even in bad weather.[22].
    • Monthly unknown-U.S. military aircraft crashed into the pine forest of the Faculty of Agriculture, Kyushu University via Futamatase, and burned.[23].
  • June 1947 (Showa 22)- Ministry of CommunicationsItazuke branch is opened as a local organization of the Aviation Security Department[24].
  • March 1948, 23-A woman is hooked on a target windsock rope of a military aircraft near a board base and amputates one leg.[23].
  • 1949
    • August 1- Sue TownA bullet accidentally fired from a military aircraft penetrates the left elbow joint of a 15-year-old girl and inflicts a gunshot wound.[23].
    • August 6- Ministry of Telecommunications-Air Security AgencyAir security offices were opened in 17 locations (including itazuke) nationwide with the installation of[20], Becomes Fukuoka Air Security Office[24].
    • December --A second-year junior high school student on an off-airfield road was exposed to jet fuel from an in-flight aircraft and ignited, resulting in a full-body burn.[23].
  • 1950
    • March 3-A jet military aircraft crashes in the backyard of a private house in Chikushi-mura, Chikushi-gun, and burns.[23].
    • June-A military aircraft crashes in a rice field about 6m from Futamatase[23].
    • It broke out on June 6 of the same yearKorean WarWill strengthen the U.S. military air power as one of the forefront bases in Japan.[25].
    • June 6-In the Korean War that occurred on the 27th of the same year, the F-25 and F82C, which launched the board base, shot down four Yak-80 fighters and four Il-7 attack aircraft over Gimpo.Itazuke base becomes the front line base of the Korean War[20].
    • December-Became the Aviation Agency as an external agency of the Ministry of Transport and becomes the Fukuoka Aviation Security Office.[24].
  • 1951(26)
    • January-After the outbreak of the Korean War, it was gradually expanded to 1 towns and 9 towns, and May 9 towns and 5 towns, and the land of farmers was taken away.It occupies a vast area of ​​34 km east-west and 6 km north-south, and became Japan's largest air force base along with Chitose in the north and Tachikawa in the east (Okinawa was not in Japan at that time).Formed a large base group that connects Camp Hakata (Shigajima Village), Bloody Auxiliary Airfield (Gannosu), Hirao Shooting Ground (Fukuoka City), Ashiya Airfield, and Anti-Aircraft Gun Position (Ashiya).[17].
    • February 2-A military aircraft crashes in a wheat field about 3m from Futamatase[23].
    • April --The expansion and maintenance of the runway extension made it possible to use U.S. military jets, and the U.S. Air Force in JapanF-86Will be deployed[26]..The beginning of the noise problem of jet military aircraft.When it is often used as the front line base of the U.S. military, 1 jet planes flew over the citizens' heads to Korea in an hour.[27]..Kyushu University is directly under the takeoff and landing route, and there is a record that lectures were interrupted 1 times in an hour and a half.[27]..Runway 34 (33 at that time) There was a paved open space at the end of the paved road extending southward from the south terminal west taxiway, but there was an alert hanger at that time.[28].
    • August 5- Shimen TownA 500-pound bomb falls from a military aircraft into a wheat field, explodes and makes a big hole.[23].
    • May 5-F10 crashes into a private house in Futamatase. 86 houses burned down.5 residents died[23].
    • August 8-Japan Airlines DC-29 "Venus" (Charter from Philippine Airlines) makes an invitation test flight and makes a round trip between Tokyo-Osaka-Fukuoka for the first time in 3 years[20].
    • August 10- Japan Airlines, Civil aviation routes (Fukuoka- Osaka - Tokyo) Is open.The first flight is the Mokuboshi.36 first flight passengers[20].
    • November --Japan Airlines, Fukuoka --Osaka --Tokyo line starts operation with regular schedule of one round trip a day[29].
  • 1952
    • August-Became the Civil Aviation Bureau as an internal subdivision of the Ministry of Transport and the Fukuoka Air Security Office[24].
    • September --A military aircraft crashed in a house near the Josaibashi tram stop in Fukuoka City. 9 house burned down, 1 person died[23].
    • December 12-Fukuoka City Council voted "Resolution on Withdrawal of Military Base at Itatsuki Airfield and Designation of International Airport".At the end of the resolution, "The name of this airfield is in the Fukuoka city area, regardless of the Nakamachi character" Itazuke ", so I hope that it will be renamed to" Fukuoka Airfield "." Was described as[23][26].
    • Monthly unknown-A military aircraft windsock cuts high-voltage lines in a field 200 meters from Futamatase[23].
  • 1953
    • March --The U.S. Forces Japan requested the Japan-US Joint Committee to use Hakata Bay for the arrival and departure of seaplanes in order to supplement the Itazuke base.City council immediately submits dissenting opinion to Japan-US Joint Committee[23].
    • Monthly unknown-Japanese controller starts working at Tower, GCA, Rapcon[30].
  • 1954(29)
    • March --The Fukuoka City Council passed a resolution "Resolution on the Japan Airlines Okinawa Line's Itatsuki Airport Call", which longs for the Okinawa Line to call at Fukuoka Airport.[26]..Vote.The purpose is to bring Kyushu closer to the inseparable Okinawa Islands.[23].
    • April-Far East Airlines (later All Nippon Airways), Fukuoka-Iwakuni route begins operation[31].
    • November --The U.S. Forces Japan informally requested the withdrawal of Japan Airlines from the boarded airfield due to the withdrawal of the U.S. Forces from South Korea.Private use of the airfield is tense.Japan Airlines was concerned that there was no other suitable airport, that the local economy would be weakened, and that the safe life of the area would be further threatened.[23].
    • November 11-In response to the request from the Far East U.S. Army Command to the Japanese government to cancel the use of Japan Airlines, the Fukuoka City Council resolved to request the Far East U.S. Army to continue using it and attract an international airport.[26].
  • 1955
    • June-The Boarded Base Relocation Promotion Council is formed.It will be an organization involving public and private citizens such as city council, board of education, PTA, agricultural cooperative, Kyushu University, chamber of commerce, etc.[23].
    • July-A letter from the Deputy Commander of the US Far East Air Force to the mayor requesting cooperation in expanding anti-aircraft gun positions at 7 locations around the Itatsuki base.Opposition activity becomes active[23].
    • Monthly unknown-Radio signs around Fukuoka in 1955 materials: Itazuke (388 kHz, QU), Ashiya (1670 kHz, AH), Tsukijo (1540 kHz, TP)[32], BRADY (Brady Air base, Gannosu, 1655 kHz, DG), Ikijima (1642 kHz, KA), Fukuoka (355 kHz, FK, 600 W).Of these, only Fukuoka is operated by the Japanese government, and the others are operated by the stationed forces, all of which are omnidirectional.[16].
  • 1956(31)
    • February 2-At the Japan-US Joint Committee, the Japanese representative proposes the establishment of customs at the U.S. Air Force base with Itazuke.[26].
    • February 2-US military twin-engine transport plane crashes in Takeshita Nishimachi 25 houses burned down, 3 house half burned, 1 house destroyed[33].
    • March --The Japan-US Joint Committee Facility Committee permits the transfer of land as an air terminal and the use of a part of the boarded air force base.[26].
    • September-Japan Airlines, Fukuoka-Naha line begins operation[29]..Initially, Japan Airlines applied for permission to call at the port with a board as a relay point for the Haneda-Okinawa route, but the US Army Forces of the Far East refused to do so, but there is a record that it has been permitted due to activities such as civil movements.[34].
    • November 11-US Air Force in JapanF-1006 Supersaver supersonic fighters arrive with itazuke[26][33].. The F100 is a model that can be equipped with an atomic bomb, and it was suspected that an atomic bomb would be brought in.[35].
    • Monthly unknown-Fukuoka ARTCC (Air Route Traffic Control Center) abolished.Instead, a rapcon with a board is installed.Newly built on the west side of the airfield[36].
    • Monthly unknown-The average number of scheduled flights per month in 31 is 1 for domestic flights and 264 for international flights (including Okinawa).[26].
  • 1957
    • Monthly unknown-Fukuoka city students held a rally and resolved to "oppose bringing in the F100 carrier-based aircraft", and the Fukuoka city council also said, "The intensity of the explosion caused by the F100 makes it impossible to study even at schools with soundproofing devices." And resolved against F100[35].
    • August 2- C47The transport plane and F100 came into contact with each other in the air and crashed into a field in Takeshita Nishimachi, two houses in the vicinity were burnt down, and one and a half were burnt down.[23].
    • August 8-The local line at this point isFar East AirlinesKagoshima (1 hour 20 minutes), Miyazaki (1 hour 45 minutes), Oita (40 minutes) flights each one round trip a day,De Havilland DH.104 Dub The operation was carried out using (capacity 10 people).The fare was about 1.2 to 1.4 times that of the railroad (using the express train), but it took about 5 hours to reach Oita, about 7 hours to Kagoshima, and 10 hours to reach Miyazaki.[37].
    • November 11-A US military aircraft dropped an auxiliary tank at Yoshizuka 13-chome, completely destroyed one house and killed one housewife.Two other houses were damaged[23][33].
  • 1958
    • February 2-Futamatase Honmachi group relocation on the north side of the airfield runway begins with government guarantee due to damage caused by repeated accidents[33].
    • May 5-In KanenokumaT33Is a crash landing.Damage to crops[23].
    • June-All Nippon Airways, Fukuoka-Osaka night mail flight started[31].
    • December 12-F21A fighter arrives[33].
  • February 1959, 34-Auxiliary tanks and parts fall on the Kyuden tennis court and town factory in Najima.Damage to the roof of the factory[23].
  • 1959
    • August 4- Shiga Town(Currently Fukuoka CityHigashi Ward) A transport plane crash-landed off the coast of Saitozaki (Hakata Bay).No damage[26].
    • May 5-Auxiliary tanks and parts fall into 28 places, including the private house of the old boss Osa.Damage to houses, crops and electric wires[23].
    • August 8-House damaged by transport aircraft injection gas at 19-887, Shimotsukiguma Paddy Field, Fukuoka City[26].
  • 1961
    • February 2-Japan Airlines begins operating the Tokyo-Osaka-Okinawa route twice a week.As a result, the number of flights on the Tokyo-Osaka-Fukuoka-Okinawa route will be reduced from 2 round trips to 2 round trips a week.[38].
    • March 3-Car glass was damaged by jet transport jet gas at Motomitsuo, Fukuoka City (east side of the base).27 injured[26].
    • April 4-All Japan Air Transport Co., Ltd. starts regular service between Fukuoka-Iwakuni, Fukuoka-Miyazaki, Fukuoka-Kagoshima, Fukuoka-Omura[38].
    • April 4-Auxiliary tank and simulated ammunition fall from a jet military aircraft in Nakamura, Ono-cho, Chikushi-gun, damaging crops[26].
    • August-At that time, the private domestic trunk line was Tokyo-Osaka-Fukuoka operated by Japan Airlines 8 round trips / day (the aircraft used was DC-3)[39].
    • August 8-During takeoffF102Burns at the northern end of the airfield[23].
    • September 9-F14 crashes on the breakwater on the west side of the ship pool on Shika Island.Damage to sand drain pipes and electric wires[23].
    • October-Japan Airlines Jet (Conveyor 880) Is the first entry into Itazuke[26].
    • December 12-F7 jet crashes in Kashii Horikawa Town.100 private houses burned down, 3 half burned.1 mothers and children died[23][33].
    • December 12-Sonar (submarine search tube) falls from US Navy twin-engine anti-submarine patrol aircraft to Befu Danchi[23].
  • 1962
    • February 2-Hundreds of windowpanes of the Department of Otorhinolaryngology, Kyushu University School of Medicine are damaged by the impact sound of a military aircraft.[23].
    • July 7-A simulated bomb falls on the premises of Yoshizuka Station on the Japanese National Railways[23].
    • 8月 - 当時の民間航空幹線は、東京-大阪-福岡が日本航空により6往復/日が運行されていた(DC-4 での5往復とDC-6Bでの1往復)、東京-福岡が日本航空により3往復/日が運行されていた(DC-4 での1往復とDC-6Bでの1往復とCV-880での1往復)[39].
  • 1963
    • January 1-F18 just after takeoff went off course and crashed into an apron in front of the airport terminal and exploded.100 injured.Damage to offices, etc.[23].
    • May 5-US Air Force in JapanF-105Deploy.14 aircraft arrived from Okinawa[26][33]..Around this time, the number of resident U.S. military aircraft became the largest[26]..From 20 to 38, there were 30 crashes and fire accidents caused by U.S. military aircraft in and around the board base, 10 crash landings, 3 crash landings of helicopter unmanned aircraft, 11 simulated bomb falls, and 11 auxiliary tank falls. , 6 accidental shots of machine guns and rockets, 19 dead, 14 injured, and numerous other accidents[40].
    • December 12-US Fifth Air Force Commander announces reorganization of the Air Force.The Itatsuki base will become a reserve base, and many of the resident aircraft will be relocated to Yokota. 31 F-5D companies and 105 F-3 fighters, a total of 50 aircraft, will be withdrawn from the spring of 100, and will be completed by the summer.[26].
    • Monthly unknown --All Japanese controllers withdraw from the scene with the start of the Fukuoka area control center[30].
    • Monthly unknown --The average number of scheduled flights per month in 38 is 1 for domestic flights and 763 for international flights (including Okinawa).[26].
    • Monthly unknown-ILS was installed as of 1963, although the installation time is unknown.[41].
  • 1964
    • January 1-US Air Force in Japan announces withdrawal of F-30. It was confirmed that the base will not be resident for US military aircraft after October.Although the resident aircraft disappeared, US-Japan joint exercises and other irregular arrivals of U.S. military aircraft continued.[26]..In fact, 348 combat support teams were stationed in an emergency after that.[42].
    • February 2-29 F100 jet fighters withdraw from board base[33].
    • Monthly unknown-Over 100 U.S. military aircraft stationed at this time (F105 60, F102 20, F100 20, T33 3) T39 2)[33].
  • 1965(40)
    • March-Japan Air System enters[26].. On March 3, Japan Air System started jet flights on the Tokyo-Sapporo and Tokyo-Fukuoka routes using the CV1M "Ginza".[20].
    • August 8-From Okinawa baseC13035 aircraft flew all at once to evacuate the typhoon[23].. On August 8, the Fukuoka City Council passed a resolution against the unilateral use of B6, C52 and other U.S. military aircraft with itazuke bases.[23].. Although the B52 was announced in advance, it did not actually arrive, but 35 aircraft arrived without prior consultation due to typhoon evacuation.[23].
    • August 8-The government received consent from the US representative to use the boarded airfields of Cathay Pacific and Korean Air at the Japan-US Joint Committee, and was officially decided by a cabinet meeting on the 5th.In addition to Japan Airlines' Okinawa flights so far, international routes will be expanded.[26].
    • September 9-Korean Air's first aircraft enters[26].
    • September 9-Cathay Pacific's first aircraft enters[26].
    • Monthly unknown-Jet airliner goes into service on Tokyo line[43].
  • 1966
    • March --Nishi Nippon Airlines joint use permit[26].
    • March 3-Fukuoka Airport Office Fukuoka Control Office (became the Fukuoka Air Traffic Control Department under the Ministry of Transport Establishment Law of May 5, 1966) moved to Nata, Wajiro-cho, Fukuoka City.He lived together in the U.S. Army Rapcon, which was on the west side of the Itatsuki Airfield, and was entrusted with some enroute operations in Kitakyushu and the Chugoku region by the U.S. Army from September 5.[36].
  • 1967
    • September 9-Japan Airlines, Fukuoka on international flights- BusanStarted operation of the line.It became the shortest route for Japan Airlines international flights.Initially, DC-6B was used, and after April 1969, 4, YS-1A, which was wet chartered by Japan Air System, was used, and the route was Osaka-Fukuoka-Busan.After that, DC-11 etc. were used.[44][45].
    • October-The Osaka Civil Aviation Bureau was established as a regional branch office of the Ministry of Transport, and became the Fukuoka Airport Office as a subordinate organization.[24].
    • Monthly unknown-Around this time, ILS, radar approach facility (ASR), radio landing guidance facility (GCA), radio landing guidance facility (DF, direction finder), non-directional radio beacon (NDB, Homer Beacon) Was installed[33]..In addition, as a railway facility, a railway siding that diverged from Takeshita Station on the Kagoshima Main Line of the Japanese National Railways was pulled in for 2400 m and used to bring in supplies such as fuel and ammunition.[33].. It can be confirmed that it is under construction at the stage of April 1948 (Showa 23).[46] The curved road from No. 2 Tokoji Ryokuchi on the south side of Hanmichibashi XNUMX-chome to Oki Gakuen High School is from that background.
  • June 1968 (Showa 43)- Pueblo caseThe tension of the situation on the Korean Peninsula increased, and from Kadena Air Base in OkinawaF-4Dozens of aircraft will be relocated[47]..Until then, about 348 fighter-bombers of the 20 combat support corps were US military F4C phantom fighter-bombers.A3 Sky WarriorCarrier-capable attack aircraft,RB66Destroyer bomber, C130 Hercules transport, Air Self-Defense Force T33 trainerRB57FHigh-altitude reconnaissance aircraft will be stationed[48]..U.S. Army Colonel Ben Matrick declared, "If the international situation is tense, it is possible to shut out about 40 civilian aircraft a day from the Itatsuki base."[48]..It clearly shows the situation of the boarded airfield before the return. June 1968, 6Kyushu University Computer Center Phantom crashIs an accident that occurred immediately after this[49].
  • 1969(44)
    • April-Start of operation of the 4st Passenger Terminal Building.Japan's firstPassenger boarding bridgeEquipped with.
    • April 4-The 22th Interceptor Reconnaissance Company stationed at the board baseRF-101Withdraws to the United States[30]..An accident occurred in which one aircraft during takeoff burned[50].
    • May 5-The 10th Interceptor Reconnaissance Company E-B165, which is resident at the Itatsuki base, moves to Okinawa.U.S. military resident aircraft disappears[30].
  • 1970(Showa 45) December 12-The US-Japan Security Council approved a plan to consolidate and integrate US military-managed airfields, and returned the boarded airfield.Ministry of TransportTransfer to[30].
  • 1971(46)
    • February --Two controllers from the Fukuoka Air Traffic Control Center (ACC) start working at the Fukuoka Airport Office as an advance corps to take over control operations.[30].
    • May 5-Established a preparation room for transfer of air traffic control operations in the General Affairs Division of Fukuoka Airport Office.Familiarity training with U.S. military controllers[30].
    • June 6-"Genkai Arrival" comes into effect.Control by only Japanese controllers using the non-radar control method begins.See footnote for non-radar reasons[30]..It can be seen that the return of the boarded airfield was unexpectedly quick.
    • July 7-At midnight, the transfer of control operations from the US military was completed.Control operations were carried out using the U.S. military facilities on the west side of the airport as they were.[30][51]..The U.S. military brought back the ITAZUKE TOWER plate posted outside the control tower and stored and exhibited it at the National Museum of the US Air Force.[52]..TACAN was removed with the withdrawal of the U.S. military, making it impossible for the aircraft to measure distance[53] (Fukuoka VORTAC started operation in July 1973).
    • December-Freener Survey Team report submitted, "We should hurry to build a high-speed escape taxiway at Fukuoka Airport", "Fukuoka terminal radar equipment should be replaced with new equipment. Current equipment is at least 12 years old. It is no longer useful, "and" the control tower should be updated as soon as possible. "[30].

History as Fukuoka Airport

  • 1972(47)
    • April 4-Mostly returned from the US Air Force and put into service as a "Type 1 Airport".Radio callsign changed from "Itazuke" (eg Itazuke Tower, Itazuke Approach) to "Fukuoka".It was designated as the first specific airfield under the Aircraft Noise Prevention Measures Law as a second-class airport, and the schedule for regular flights avoiding 22: 00-07: 00 was set in the form of administrative guidance.[30]..The responsibility for firefighting has also been transferred to the Japanese side.At the time of the transfer, there were three equipment, including a chemical fire engine borrowed from the US side.There are only two personnel, a section chief and a chief.For the time being, the self-defense fire brigade, which is composed only of people involved in the airport building, was in charge. In April 3, the U.S. side notified the Japanese side that "current firefighting power cannot handle accidents involving large aircraft with 2 or more passengers."[53].
    • August-Formal operation of (terminal) radar control operations using the CPN8-C type radar with a range of 40 NM left by the US military is limited to 18 hours during the day.The total number of controllers is 12.5[30].
    • Monthly unknown-The average number of aircraft handled per day in 1972 was 1% of military aircraft.171% of jet planes, 6% of propeller planes, 49% of helicopters[30].
  • 1973(48) July --Started control operations at the new control tower on the east side of the airport. The range of ASR / SSR is 7NM.A total of 50 controllers.The old TACAN with itazuke on the premises was abolished.Gannos AirportFukuoka VORTAC operation started on the site[30].
  • 1974(49) April-The second passenger terminal building is put into service.
  • 1975(Showa 50)- Air siam(Bangkok-Los Angeles, the airport's first long-haul international flight)Air France(Paris-Tokyo, the first European flight at a regional airport) calls at the port, but both companies withdraw in about two years.
  • 1978
    • October-Terminal radar control operations will be in a 10-hour position.It will be operated 24 hours a day, including the tower and approach.[30].
    • Monthly unknown-Average daily handling of 1978 aircraft in 1[30].
  • 1981(56)
    • April-International passenger terminal building (later Terminal 4 building) is in service.
    • April 4-Around 17:3 am, a fire broke out near the radar transmitter / receiver in the Airport Surveillance Radar (ASR) room at the radar site on the west side of the airport and was extinguished about an hour later.The room was half-burnt and both sets of spare machines became unusable. From the 40th, control by non-radar control method will be implemented.Expected to take several months to recover (according to the article)[54]..Reinforced concrete one-story building 240m250m per room containing ASR equipment2Was baked.The fire made the ASR unusable, and the transmitter site in the next room was sooted, making it impossible to use the transmitter.Only the transmitter had a reserve facility at the airport, so wireless anti-aircraft communication could be used, and there was no problem in guiding takeoff and landing.[55].
  • 1982
    • March --Fukuoka District Meteorological Observatory Fukuoka Airport Meteorological Radar completed. Official operation started from June 3th. Monitor precipitation echo data including 6km turbulence (eddy)[56].
    • August --ARTS-J Trial operation started.Range is 8NM[30].
  • January 1983 (Showa 58) --ARTS-J official operation started.The total number of controllers is 1[30].
  • January 1984-The average number of aircraft handled per day in 59 was 1.The percentage of military aircraft is 1984%[30].
  • September 1987, 62 (Showa 6)- Continental Micronesia AirlinesThe first machine ofGuamGet in from.
  • September 1988, 63 (Showa 3)- Singapore AirlinesThe first machine ofSingaporeGet in from.
  • 1989 (first year of Heisei)
    • December 12-Air China (CCA) Flight 16 (Beijing to New York via Shanghai) was hijacked during a flight to Shanghai and landed on Runway 981 at Fukuoka Airport over Iki.The landing request to Fukuoka Airport is at the discretion of the captain in consideration of the remaining fuel.The hijacker was thrown out of the plane by the crew[30].
    • Monthly unknown-The average daily number of aircraft handled in 1989 was 1.The total number of controllers increased from 261 in 63 to 56[30].
  • 1993(5) June- Fukuoka Municipal SubwayEntered.
  • 1995(7) September --Started operation of domestic freight building.
  • 1997(9)
    • February --ARTS-E (Terminal Radar Information Processing System) started operation.Cover area 2NM.[30]
    • Monthly unknown-Average daily handling of 1997 aircraft in 1[30].. In February, the operation of control operations will be transferred to the new control tower.[24].
  • 1999(11) May-New international passenger terminal building and international cargo building are put into service.Renamed the former International Passenger Terminal Building to Terminal 5 Building.
  • 2004(16) January --Started ILS operation on Runway 1.
  • April 2005-Straightening of taxiway (E-17), start of service of bypass taxiway (E-4)[18].
  • 2008(20)May 6 --Due to the revision of the Airport Law, the airport will be classified as an airport specified by a Cabinet Order as an airport that falls under Article 4, Paragraph 1, Item 5.
  • 2015(27) June- 2019(31) With the goal of completing in March, the entire domestic terminal 3 building and part of the terminal 1 building will be removed, and the rest of the terminal 2 building and the entire terminal 2 will be completely renovated, with 3 floors above ground and 5 below. Started full-scale renovation work to build a new domestic passenger terminal building on the floor[57].
  • 2016(28)
    • May 3 --Aviation LawCrowded airportSpecified in.
    • May 10 --Domestic Terminal 1 Building is closed.From the next day, the names of Terminal 2 Building and Terminal 3 Building will be changed to Domestic Passenger Terminal Building.
  • 2019(31)May 4 --Privatization of airport management business such as runways.
  • 2020(2nd year of Reiwa)
    • March 3-Fukuoka Airport Nata District (Nata heliport) Start of operation[11].
    • March 3-Fukuoka Air Base, 31th Regional Coast Guard Headquarters, abolished.Affiliated aircraft moved to Kitakyushu Air Base.

Facility

Passenger terminal building

Passenger terminal buildingThere are two buildings, domestic and international,Fukuoka International AirportIt is operated by Co., Ltd. (Fukuoka Airport Building Co., Ltd. until January 2019, 1).The domestic terminal is located on the east side of the runway, the international terminal is located on the west side of the runway, and there is no charge between the two districts at intervals of about 31 minutes.Shuttle busIs in operation.The subway station is located in the basement on the south side of the domestic terminal, and is connected to the check-in counter simply by moving the access hall up and down.

Until October 2016, 10, it was operated in four domestic flights, No. 4, No. 1, No. 2, and international flights. From 3 to 4, the domestic flight area was redeveloped, and construction was carried out to integrate Terminals 2016 and 2020 and expand a part of them.Terminal 2 was dismantled and became an apron expansion site.

Domestic terminal building

  • In service: January 2020
  • Structure: 5 floors above ground, 2 floors below ground, 12 boarding bridges
  • Total floor area: 128,000 square meters

International Terminal Building

  • In service: January 1999
  • Structure: 4 floors above ground, 6 boarding bridges
  • Total floor area: 69,000 square meters

Overview of the old terminal (domestic flight)

Terminal 1 Building

  • In service: January 1969
  • End of service: October 2016, 10
  • Structure: 1 basement floor, 3 floors above ground (some 4 floors)
  • Total floor area: 19,000 square meters

Terminal 2 Building

  • In service: January 1974
  • Structure: 1 basement floor, 5 floors above ground
  • Total floor area: 60,000 square meters

Terminal 3 Building

  • In service: January 1981
  • Structure: 3 floors above ground (4 floors in part)
  • Total floor area: 30,000 square meters

Facilities in the terminal building

  • Fukuoka BankFukuoka Airport Branch (Domestic Flight B1F), International Terminal Branch Office Foreign Currency Exchange / ATM Corner (International Flight 1st and 3rd Floors) (* "Terminal Building" omitted below)
  • West Japan City BankFukuoka Airport Branch (Domestic flight basement 1st floor)
  • Seven BankATM (1 on each of the 1st floor of international flights and 1st floor of domestic flights)
  • convenience store
    • Seven-Eleven ――One store each on the north of domestic flights and the first floor of international flights
    • FamilyMart --One store on the second basement floor of domestic flights
    • Directly managed by Fukuoka Airport Trading --3 stores
  • Airline lounge,Credit cardFor membersAirport lounge
  • Restaurant- Ramen runwayThere are many domestic flights on the 3rd and 4th floors.Store details [2] reference. We are aiming to complete the entire building in 2020.
  • Beer Garden (Summer Only) --The beer garden was held on summer nights using the observation deck of the former Terminal 2, but after the closing of business on September 2016, 9 due to the renovation work of the domestic terminal building, the domestic terminal Closed until the building renovation work is completed.
  • Medical institutions-Internal medicine / gastroenterology, dentistry and pharmacies.
  • Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and TourismOsaka Aviation BureauFukuoka Airport Office
  • Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and TourismKyushu Regional Development BureauHakata Port / Airport Development Office Fukuoka Airport Branch Office is located in the international flight area.
  • Immigration Control AgencyFukuoka Immigration Bureau --Fukuoka Airport Branch Office (international flight area), security department (domestic flight area)
  • Japanese Meteorological AgencyFukuoka Aviation Local Meteorological Observatory
  • Fukuoka Prefectural PoliceFukuoka Airport Police Station(Domestic terminal north / side)

In addition, it was in Fukuoka Airportpost officeIs about 500m away from Hakata North Post Office (only delivery of postal items at the post office in Fukuoka Airport)Hakata Kita Post Office) Takes over the business2016May 3It was abolished in.

cargo

There are two cargo buildings, domestic and international.Both are located on the west side of the runway.

Control facility

At the Fukuoka Airport Office, which is a control facilityFukuoka Flight Assistance Center (Fukuoka FSC)Is installed and does not have an air traffic controllerIki-Kamigoto-Fukue-Ojika-TsushimaAt each airport and at night timeKitakyushu-佐賀Control operations at each airport remotely from Fukuoka FSC.

In the airfieldAviation Security Radio FacilityIs ILS only, like VORRadio Navigation Land StationThere is no.In addition, on the runway extension line,Higashi WardGannosuIt is inFukuoka Air Traffic Control DepartmentFukuoka set up inVORTACUse (Voltac) as an alternative. VORTACVHF omnidirectional radio beacon (VOR)When,Tactical Air Navigation System (TACAN)Is a radio navigation land station with an annex.In the 30's managed by the U.S. military, an aviation radio beacon station operated by the U.S. military (call sign: Itazuke / 382.5 kHz / 100 W / A2 / omnidirectional) was operated on the premises.[58]..At the same time, there was a direction finder (137.88 MHz, 121.5 MHz) with the call sign Itazuke Homer operated by the U.S. military, and the direction was measured at the request of the aircraft.[59]..From the 20's under the control of the U.S. military to at least the 30'sGCA (Ground Controlled Approach) was installed[60].. ILS has been installed since the U.S. military management era in the 30's[61]..In addition, until the start of operation of Fukuoka VORTAC, TACAN with a board (station code ITA, CH82) was placed on the premises, and Fukuoka VOR (station code DGO, output 200 W, frequency 114.5 MHz) was placed in Gannosu.

Service route

Aviation unionIs as shown on the right. OW: One world, ST: Sky team, SA: Star alliance

* ★ at the end of the wordCheap Airline (LCC)

Domestic flights

The Fukuoka-Haneda line is one of the most frequent routes in the world.Gimpo-Jeju,Sydney-Melbourne,Delhi-MumbaiNo. 4 in the world for domestic flights[62].

AirlinesDestination
Japan Airlines(JAL) (OW)[63]Tokyo/Haneda,Tokyo/Narita,Osaka/Itami,Sapporo/New Chitose,Hanamaki,Sendai,Izumo,Tokushima,Matsuyama,Kochi,Miyazaki,Kagoshima,Yakushima,Amami
Japan Transocean Air(JTA) (OW) Okinawa/Naha
All Nippon Airways(ANA) (SA)[64]Tokyo / Haneda, Osaka / Itami,Nagoya/Chubu, Sapporo/New Chitose,(I.e.,Tsushima,Fukue, Miyazaki, Okinawa / Naha,Miyako(Seasonal operation),Ishigaki(Operates until March 2021, 10)
Sky mark(SKY)Tokyo / Haneda, Sapporo / New Chitose,Ibaraki, Okinawa/Naha
Star flyer(SFJ)[65] Tokyo / Haneda, Nagoya / Chubu
Solaseed Air(SNJ)[65]Okinawa/Naha
Fuji Dream Airlines(FDA)[66]Niigata,And,Shizuoka,Nagoya/Komaki
IBEX Airlines(IBX)[65]Sendai, Osaka / Itami, Niigata, Nagoya / Chubu[67]
Oriental air bridge(ORC)[68]Fukue, Miyazaki, Komatsu, Tsushima
Amakusa airline(AHX)[66]Amakusa
Jetstar Japan(JJP) ★[69]Tokyo/Narita,Osaka/Kansai, Nagoya / Chubu
Peach Aviation(APJ) ★ [70]Tokyo / Narita, Osaka / Kansai, Sapporo / New Chitose, Okinawa / Naha, Ishigaki (scheduled to enter service from October 2021, 10)


International flights

International flights are currently served by companies from Asia, Southeast Asia, Europe and the United States.In particular, there are six low-cost carriers from neighboring South Korea.The domestic passenger terminal building departs from the international passenger terminal building located on the opposite side of the runway.There is no subway, but it is between the domestic passenger terminal building.Free shuttleIs in operation,Hakata Station,TenjinDistrict, Ohashi Station,Dazaifu CityIt is also connected by a fixed-route bus.In addition, the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism will select a privatization company.San FranciscoIncorporate the attraction of lines into the business plan,Fukuoka International AirportHas set up a new department to attract routes and plans to attract the same lines by 2023.If openedAmerican mainlandThe route with was in 1999Delta Airlines PortlandSince the line was withdrawn, it has been in service with Kyushu.North AmericaIt will improve the convenience of traveling with each city and lead to the expansion of business and tourism exchanges.[71].

In addition to the following, many international charter flights and charter cargo flights by domestic and overseas airlines also fly.

AirlinesDestination
Japanese flagPeach Aviation(MM) ★Taipei/Taoyuan
Republic of Korea flagKorean Air(KE) (ST)Seoul/Incheon,Busan
Republic of Korea flagAsiana Airlines(OZ) (SA)Seoul/Incheon
Republic of Korea flagJeju Airlines(7C) ★Seoul/Incheon, Busan
Republic of Korea flagAir Busan(BX) ★Busan
Republic of Korea flagTway Airlines(TW) ★Seoul/Incheon,Daegu
Republic of Korea flagJin Air(LJ) ★Seoul/Incheon
Republic of Korea flagEaster air(ZE) ★Seoul/Incheon
Republic of Korea flagAir soul(RS) ★Seoul/Incheon
Republic of China flagChina Airline(CI) (ST)Taipei/Taoyuan
Republic of China flagEVA Air(BR) (SA)Taipei/Taoyuan,Kaohsiung
Republic of China flagTiger Air Taiwan(IT) ★Taipei/Taoyuan, Kaohsiung
Flag of the People's Republic of ChinaAir China(CA) (SA)Beijing/Capital(Via Dalian),Shanghai/Pudong,Dalian
Flag of the People's Republic of ChinaChina Eastern Airlines(MU) (ST)Beijing / Daxing(Via Qingdao), Shanghai / Pudong,Qingdao,Wuhan(Via Shanghai/Pudong)
Flag of the People's Republic of ChinaChina United Airlines(KN) ★Beijing / Daxing (via Yantai),Yantai
Flag of the People's Republic of ChinaXiamen Airlines(MF) (ST)Fuzhou
Flag of the People's Republic of ChinaShenzhen Airlines(ZH) (SA)深圳(Scheduled to enter service on May 2020, 5[72]
Hong Kong flagCathay Pasific Airlines (CX) (OW)Hong Kong
Hong Kong flagHong Kong Express Airlines(UO) ★Hong Kong
Macau flagMacau Airlines(NX)Macau
Philippines flagPhilippine Airlines(PR)Manila
Philippines flagCebu Pacific Air(5J) ★Manila
Vietnam flagVietnam Airlines(VN) (ST)Hanoi,Ho Chi Minh City
Kingdom of Thailand flagThai Airways(TG) (SA)Bangkok/Suvarnabhumi
Kingdom of Thailand flagThai Lion Air(SL) ★Bangkok/Don Mueang
Kingdom of Thailand flagThai AirAsia(FD) ★Bangkok / Don Muang (scheduled to enter service on September 2020, 9)[73]
Kingdom of Thailand flagThai AirAsia X(XJ) ★Bangkok/Don Mueang
Malaysia flagAirAsia X(D7) ★Kuala Lumpur
Singapore flagSingapore Airlines(SQ) (SA)Singapore
United States flagHawaiian Airlines(HA)Honolulu
United States flagUnited airlines(UA) (SA)Guam
Finnish flagFinnair(AY) (OW)Helsinki(Seasonal operation)

Destination city

Domestic flights

International flights

In addition, charter flights to Australia are operated every year in the fall.There are also charter flights to Southeast Asia.

Future flight plans

Scheduled to start service and resume operations
Service plan / examination
Increase/decrease flights/scheduled

Past airlines / routes

Domestic flights

International flights

AirlinesDestination
Japanese flag Japan Airlines (JL) Seoul / Incheon, Busan, Shanghai / Pudong, Hong Kong
Japanese flag JALways (JO) Honolulu
Japanese flag All Nippon Airways(NH) Dalian, Beijing / Capital, Bangkok / Don Muang
Japanese flag Vanilla air(JW) ★Taipei/Taoyuan
Republic of Korea flag Korean Air (KE) Jeju
Republic of Korea flag Asiana Airlines (OZ) Busan,Jeju
Republic of Korea flag Jeju Airlines (7C) Muan, Jeju, guam
Republic of Korea flag Air Busan★ (BX) Daegu
Flag of the People's Republic of China Air China (CA) 成都
Flag of the People's Republic of China China Eastern Airlines (MU) Nanjing, Chengdu (via Nanjing)
Flag of the People's Republic of China China Southern Airlines (CZ) Changchun,Guilin, Dalian,Tianjin(Via Dalian),Changsha(Via Dalian),Shenyang,Guangzhou, Shanghai/Pudong
Flag of the People's Republic of China Air China (WH) Xi'an(Via Qingdao), Qingdao
Flag of the People's Republic of China Juneyao Airlines (HO)[100] Shanghai/Pudong
Republic of China flag China Airline (THERE) Kaohsiung
Republic of China flag V air (ZV) ★[101] Taipei/Taoyuan
Hong Kong flag Cathay Pasific Airlines (CX) [102] Taipei/Taoyuan
Hong Kong flag Cathay dragon airlines(KA) Hong Kong
Kingdom of Thailand flag Bangkok Airways (PG) Bangkok/Suvarnabhumi
Kingdom of Thailand flag Air siamLos Angeles(Via Honolulu), Honolulu, Bangkok / Don Muang (Via Hong Kong), Hong Kong / Kai Tak
Malaysia flag Malaysia Airlines (MH) Kuala Lumpur (via Penang), Penang
Singapore flag Jetstar Asia Airlines (3K) ★[103] Singapore (via Bangkok), Bangkok / Suvarnabhumi
Indonesian flag Garuda Indonesia (GA)Jakarta(Via Denpasar), Denpasar
Sri Lanka flag Airlanka Airlines (UL) Colombo(Via Singapore), Singapore
British flag British Airways (BA) UK(Osaka-via Anchorage),Anchorage
French flag Air France (AF) Paris(Beijing-Karachi-via Athens),Athens,Karachi, Beijing/Capital
Dutch flag KLM Royal Dutch Airlines (KL)[104] Amsterdam
Luxembourg flag Cargolux Airlines (CV) Luxembourg(Cargo)
United States flag Northwest Airlines (NW) Honolulu
United States flag Delta Airlines (DL) Portland,Honolulu[105]
United States flag Continental Airlines (CO) Guam
Guam flag Continental Micronesia Airlines (CS) Guam (via Saipan),Saipan
Australian flag Australian Airlines (AO) Gold Coast(Via Cairns),Cairns
Australian flag Qantas (QF) Sydney(Via Cairns),Melbourne(Via Cairns),Brisbane(Via Cairns), Cairns
New Zealand flag Air New Zealand (NZ) Christchurch(Via Auckland),Auckland
Papua New Guinea flag New Guinea Airlines (PX) Port Moresby
Other airlines

Government facilities and units located in the airport

  • Japan Air Self-Defense ForceKasuga baseItazuke area (airfield area)
  • US Army in JapanAirfield with board[106]
    • At the U.S. Forces Japan base in Fukuoka AirportUS Air ForceAir Mobility Command3 staff members are stationedUS NavySasebo base(NagasakiSasebo) Is used as a logistical support base.It is also expected to be used as an operational base in the event of a Korean Peninsula emergency.[107].
    • It is the only U.S. military-only area in Japan's private airport, equipped with warehouses and refueling facilities, and is equipped with U.S. military personnel.DiplomatThere is also a terminal for moving.In addition, airport runways, taxiways, and some tarmacs are designated as Japan-US joint use areas.[108].
    • There is no resident aircraft unit, but transport aircraft belonging to the Air Mobility Command come flying regularly every week, and Navy aircraft may also be used.The number of U.S. military aircraft flying in is the highest among civilian airfields in Japan (2017 times in 94).[10].

Facilities and units that were once deployed

Previously,Japan Coast Guard,Fukuoka Prefectural Police,Fukuoka City Fire DepartmentHelicopter was also resident, but in order to secure a runway expansion site at Fukuoka Airport and alleviate congestion, all functions (parking area, hangar, etc.) except the Self-Defense Forces and the US Army will be available at the end of 2019.GannosuWas built inFukuoka Airport (Nata area)(Nata Heliport), orKitakyushu AirportWas relocated to[109].

Shuttle bus

A shuttle bus connecting each facility in the airport (domestic terminal, freight terminal, international terminal)West Japan RailwayIt is operated by.The sales office in charge is the Takeshita Motor Sales Office, which operates every 10 to 15 minutes.

The fare is free, but because it is operated under a specific transportation license, only aviation convenience users, airport facility workers and visitors can board.It is not necessary to show an airline ticket when boarding, and it can be used by airport users who do not use airplanes, such as seeing off and picking up.Most of the passengers in the early morning hours are airport facility workers heading to the company department in the international terminal.

This bus uses a special route that rarely uses the surrounding general roads.First, stop a little north of the domestic terminal, open the gate using the in-car remote control, enter the restricted area, and pass through the exclusive road in the restricted area.In front of the freight terminal, take the general road again and arrive at the international terminal.For this reason, it is possible to operate on time without being caught in traffic jams on general roads.

It has been used since April 2021, 4.Mitsubishi Fuso AerostarFrom non-stepArticulated bus OfMercedes-Benz CitaroReplaced by G to reduce congestion[113].

Shuttle bus stop

Since the route near the domestic terminal is slightly different depending on the direction of operation, there are differences in stops and travel times.subwayFukuoka Airport StationWhen heading to, the domestic terminal south / bus stop is the closest.

Domestic terminal → International terminal (time required: about 10 minutes)
Domestic Terminal South --Domestic Terminal North --(Private Road) --In front of Freight Terminal --International Terminal (1st floor)
International Terminal → Domestic Terminal (Approximately 15 minutes)
International Terminal (1st floor) --In front of Freight Terminal-(Private Road) --Domestic Terminal South

Access to airport

Hakata StationIt is located about 2.7 km from the international terminal to the domestic terminal and about 3.4 km to the domestic terminal.In addition, it is next to Hakata StationTakeshita StationIs a little closer to the international terminal, about 2.5km.

At the airportBicycle parkingIs not maintained, butFukuoka Airport StationFukuoka Municipal Bicycle Parking Lot is set up adjacent to.

Train

Automobile

  • At Fukuoka Airport, parking and parking are available for both domestic and international flights, so you can board for your own use.
  • Rent-a-car users can rent a car by making a reservation with the car rental company in advance.
  • Depending on the company, there are places where you can pick up and drop off by minibus to the store and accept it, and there are places where you can pick up your car directly at the airport.

Bus route

Detailed information on fixed-route buses, highway bus destinations, stops, etc. from Fukuoka Airport is available regardless of the operating company."Transportation access (bus)'It is described in.

General route bus

Nishitetsu Bus is in charge except for one route, and the following buses arrive and depart.In addition, by general route bus departing from and arriving at Fukuoka Airport, there are buses for Fukuoka City (Hakata Station, Tenjin, Ohori Park, PayPay Dome, Hilton Fukuoka Seahawk, Fukuoka Tower), Higashihirao Park / Aeon Mall Fukuoka, and Shien / Sue. Only "Fukuoka Airport Domestic Terminal South" on the south side of the Domestic Passenger Building departs and arrives, and does not depart and arrive at the highway bus stop on the north side of the Domestic Passenger Building. The "Fukuoka Airport Mae" bus stop is located along the prefectural road outside the airport premises in front of the domestic terminal.

  • Domestic terminal (Fukuoka Airport Domestic Terminal South) Arrival and departure
  • Departure and arrival in front of Fukuoka Airport
    North direction
    • To Hakata Station (No. 37)
    • Enokida-cho / Hakata Station (No. 37-1: Weekday evening only)
    • Futamatase / Enokida-cho / Hakata Station (No. 38: Weekday evening only)
    South direction
    • Higashihirao Park / Aeon Mall Fukuoka area (no number)
    • Higashihirao Park / Sue / Umi area (No. 3)
    • Tsukiguma / Shime / Umi area (No. 37)
    • Tsukiguma / Sakuragaoka / Umi area (No. 38/39)
    • KanenokumaMinami Fukuoka Station・ Zasshonokuma garage (No. 43)
  • Departure and arrival at the international terminal
    • Hakata Bus Terminal / NishitetsuDazaifu StationDirection (Dazaifu Liner Bus Traveler)
    • Canal City Hakata / Tenjin / Hilton Fukuoka Sea Hawk (Royal busService)

High-speed / limited express / express bus

Buses to the following destinations depart and arrive at Fukuoka Airport.The operating company is in parentheses at the end of each.

Shared taxi

道路

Problems and plans

Problems at the airport

When entering from the south of the airport or taking off to the south, the city area (Chuo-ku,Hakata Ward,Onojo City,Kasuga CityEtc.) Aircraft frequently fly at low altitudes.Also, when entering from the north and taking off to the north,Kyushu UniversityFly at low altitude over the city area around the site of the former Hakozaki district.Although the noise per aircraft has decreased due to technological advances in aircraft, the noise level has remained almost unchanged since the 1s as the number of flights increased.[7].

Originally it is an airport that operates 24 hours a day, but due to noise problems and consideration for the surrounding environment, the area around the airport is urbanized, so the Japan Coast Guard, Self-Defense Forces aircraft, etc. are used in an emergency.DivertExcept for, the runway usage time is from 7:22 to XNUMX:XNUMX (however, if there are many delayed regular flights, the usage time will be extended).[117][118]..Since regular flights must land by 22:20, midnight air cargo flights cannot be operated, and the most demanded Tokyo-Fukuoka flight from Haneda departs at 21:30. (The last flight from Fukuoka Airport to Haneda departs at XNUMX:XNUMX).

In terms of the number of departures and arrivals, it exceeded the runway processing capacity, which is a guideline for operation without delay in 2012.[119]..Takeoffs and landings are carried out every 2 minutes and 17 seconds during times of congestion, and the number of takeoffs and landings per runway per year is the highest in Japan. In 1, it was designated as a congested airport based on the Aviation Law.In addition, in 2016Kyushu University Computer Center Phantom crashIn 1996, it overrun at takeoff and jumped out of the runway and then burned.Garuda Aircraft Takeoff AccidentEtc. 2010 times by 3Aviation accidentIs occurring.

Fukuoka City and its surroundings are stipulated by the Aviation LawRestricted surfaceThere is a height limit due to, in the city centerSkyscraperConstruction is impossible. Around JR Hakata StationCanal City HakataAbout 60m in the area and about 70m in Tenjin[120], WestFukutoshin OfSeaside mochiAbout 150m[121] Etc. from the airportradiusHeight restrictions are gradually relaxed up to 16.5km, and there are no restrictions outside 24km.skyscraperIs not in the center of Fukuoka, but in the subcenterSeaside mochi(Fukuoka Tower<234m.However, the observation room is 123m above that.antenna> ・Hilton Fukuoka Sea Hawk<143m> etc.)Kashii-Chihaya-Island cityIs in.Furthermore, while the location of Fukuoka Airport is highly convenient, such as interfering with the broadcast radio waves of the former BS analog broadcasting and causing radio interference, it also has an adverse effect on city planning and citizens' lives.

In addition, for environmental measures such as relocation compensation costs, housing soundproofing measures, TV reception failure measures, etc.Airport Area Maintenance OrganizationIs installed[122], Approximately 74 billion yen (actual result in 2006) is spent annually as countermeasure costs[7]..In addition, there is privately owned land that occupies almost one-third of the land at the airport (described later), and an annual rent of about 1 billion yen is incurred to provide the land to the airport, which causes a large deficit.

Origin of the problem

Airport notification area 353haOf these, 108ha is privately owned and 7ha is owned by Fukuoka City.[7], These 116ha are rented by the country that manages the airport.Land lease fee is about 84 billion yen per year (FY2007)[7][123] It accounts for about one-third of expenditure.This burden is heavy, and ordinary income without considering the transfer from the national general account was a deficit of 1 billion yen in FY3.[124].

Since 1944, the history of the existence of private land in the airportImperial Japanese ArmyWas built as an airfield for mainland defense.The Army gathered the residents of the planned settlement and unilaterally announced that they would make a compulsory purchase of houses, fields, and forests in a short period of time, and the residents were forced to evict while wearing their clothes.At that time, the land price was paid to the residents by the Army, but the acquisition amount was unilaterally decided by the army without negotiations.Originally, the land registration is transferred along with the sale and purchase of land, but the ownership transfer work of the register is underway while the Legal Affairs Bureau staff is not available just before the end of the war, and the land owner himself is also a soldier Land registration did not proceed because there were many cases and he was absent.Then, in August 1945, the war ended, but the airfield, which had just been completed by the causatives of Allied POWs and the mobilization of junior high school students, but the base function was not yet in place, was not systematically managed by the Army. After the end of the war, the field cultivation was resumed by the original owner.The money paid to the owner as a land acquisition fee was regarded as a condolence money and compensation money.

However, the U.S. military, one of the Allies, went to the airfield in September 1.AdvanceHowever, due to the rise of communist blocs such as the Soviet Union after the end of the war and its locational importance with the Korean Peninsula, it was decided to expand this airfield as a base.He expelled the residents who had returned to the former airfield and sentenced the surrounding residents to surrender the land to the US military within 48 hours in order to expand it as a base.Then, the airfield was expanded with a bulldozer to build a large air base overlooking the Korean Peninsula, China (Korean WarIn the Vietnam War and the Vietnam War, fighters and bombers were dispatched from this base.[10]).In addition, due to the occupation by the Allied Forces, legal acts based on Japanese law such as land acquisition and transfer of ownership were not carried out for the containment and expansion of the airfield by the US Army.San Francisco Peace TreatyAfter the signing, a land lease agreement was started between the Japanese government and the landowners in the US military base.

in addition,Jiichiro MatsumotoAlso bought up the land around the airport and lent it to the country when the airport was expanded later.This was because he used his position as a member of the House of Representatives to obtain information on the airport expansion plan in advance (Insider trading) Is pointed out as the reason[123][125]..The Matsumoto clan has been the leading landowner to this day.

Due to these circumstances, private land with about 700 owners exists on the airport premises.In addition, the landowner's union is divided into several unions such as former absentee landlords, self-owned farmers, and peasants because the land reform of the fields after the war has not been completely implemented due to the background of forced military land. When the US military base was returned to Japan in 1972, it became a second-class airport under national control, but the Ministry of Transport took over the land contract form of the military land era.

In addition, the terminal for private use was approved under the control of the U.S. military because it was a very bad shape in the northeast corner of the airport, so there was a disadvantage in the location of the domestic terminal that took over it. There is up to.

Measures to respond to increased demand

Due to the above safety issues, chronic congestion, and tight terminal capacity, construction of a new airport or expansion of the runway at the current airport was considered.The government has also set up the Fukuoka Airport Survey Liaison and Coordination Meeting, which consists of the national government, Fukuoka Prefecture, and Fukuoka City, from 2005 to 2008.Public involvement We examined the future of Fukuoka Airport using the method of (PI).Among them, the runway processing capacity of Fukuoka Airport in the case of one runway is calculated to be 1 times a year in terms of the number of takeoffs and landings.[7].

According to the survey up to 2007, PI stated that "the current airport cannot meet the future increase in demand", and that new airport construction, runway expansion, and neighboring airports (neighboring airports)Saga Airport,Kitakyushu Airport) Was presented. In fiscal 2008, a detailed study of new airport construction and runway expansion was conducted, and a comparative study of these was conducted.

In April 2009, following the end of PI, Fukuoka Prefecture and Fukuoka City held a joint press conference, and instead of constructing a new airport, "a plan to build a new runway parallel to the current runway was proposed by the local community. I support it. "The new runway will be 4m, 2,500m west of the existing runway.Close parallelFukuoka Expressway Line 2It will be installed with 1.5m embankment to avoid interference with, and the operation is scheduled to start in 2024 at the earliest.[126]..This will increase the number of departures and arrivals by about 3%.Business scale is about 2,000 billion yen[127]..The country will start the runway expansion from 2012Environmental impact assessmentThe procedure is being carried out.

However, according to PI, "it is predicted that the airport capacity will be exceeded again in a dozen years." "The new airport has an advantage in solving various problems that the current airport near the city area has, and public involvement. There were also many opinions calling for the need for a new airport and opinions calling for further investigation and consideration. The new airport is an issue for the future of the region. " It mentions the need for research and the importance of national and regional cooperation in research, and has implications for future new airport construction.[128].

In addition, helicopter takeoff and landing operations will be separated from the airport to ensure the safety of aircraft takeoff and landing, and a heliport will be constructed in Nata, Higashi-ku, with the aim of increasing the number of helicopter takeoffs and landings.Fukuoka Airport Nata DistrictStarted operation in March 2020[11].

Reorganization of domestic terminal area

The domestic terminal 1 building is more than 40 years old, and the newest domestic terminal 3 building is also 30 years old, and the domestic terminal building is aging rapidly.In addition, the apron on the domestic flight side, which has a large number of flights, has only one parallel taxiway, so the landed aircraft cannot be quickly removed from the runway, or the departure aircraftPush backIs causing congestion such as waiting.

Therefore, when completed in 2019, the domestic terminal side parallel taxiway will be double-tracked by lowering Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 to the rear.[126] In addition, the domestic terminal, which is divided into three buildings, will be consolidated into one.[129]..However, even with these measures, when the north wind blows around the airport, the runway occupancy time per aircraft will be longer for approach and landing from the runway 34 side (south side) than on the 16 side (north side). The problem of reduced runway processing capacity remains when using the 1th minute side[130].

Incident/accident

Air accidentshijack事件
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  • On January 1959, 1, a fighter belonging to the board base was at the U.S. Forces Korea Osan Air Base.Nuclear bombA fire accident occurred with the weapon mounted, a part of the nuclear bomb melted, and the detonated part was also burnt and exposed.However, this bomb has a shape that stuffs the part containing nuclear material into the main body, and it seems that this part was removed at the time of the accident.radioactive contaminationThere was no such[133].
  • 1962(Showa 37) On March 3, a siege of a base with a board occurred.
  • 1999(11)May 6, A woman from China who lived in Fukuoka at the airportSuspicious deathWas discovered.In this case, the Fukuoka Prefectural Police said that a Chinese man who was a female dating partnerArrestWritTakeFugitive warrantI was chasing the whereabouts, but after thatSuspectThe man returned to China.After returning to Japan, this man was from ChinaPolicemenHe was detained by the authorities.In Japan and ChinaCriminal delivery agreementThe Fukuoka Prefectural Police requested the Chinese investigative authorities to cooperate in the investigation, but the Chinese side did not give a clear response, and then in 2005, at the request of the Fukuoka Prefectural Police.International Criminal Police OrganizationAccording to an investigation by (ICPO), a Chinese court against the man in 2002ProbationWithDeath penaltyIt turned out that he had handed down the judgment.The Fukuoka Prefectural Police has inquired the Chinese side about the execution status of the death penalty, but as of 2012, there is no response.[134][135].
  • 2005(17)May 8,Honolulu International AirportGoingJALwaysImmediately after flight 58 (DC-10) took off, the first engine burned abnormally and fired, causing metal fragments of turbine blades to explode and scatter.The engine body and airframe were generally safe.After that, the aircraft returned to Fukuoka Airport and made an emergency landing.The 1 passengers were safe.In addition, this case is not an accident statistically, but is treated as an irregular operation.[136]. (JAL Ways Flight 58 Engine Explosion Accident
  • 2007(19)May 9, From the continental United StatesUnited States Air ForceHonolulu Hickam Air Force BaseViaUS Army in KoreaOsan Air Force BaseWas heading forF-16Diverted to Fukuoka Airport due to engine trouble.To Fukuoka Airport, which has become a Type 2 AirportFighterThis is the first landing.
  • 2008(20)May 2, To Incheon, South KoreaAsiana AirlinesFlight 131 took off without permission from the controller.At this time, the helicopter that had the controller's takeoff clearance started taking off from the western apron, but when the controller noticed the aircraft's runway, the route that was originally permitted to cross the runway was changed to a route parallel to the runway. I was instructed to avoid the accident.At the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and TourismSerious incidentI don't think it corresponds to (the risk of an accident).

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  1. ^ a b Regarding the conclusion of the operating right implementation contract for public facilities, etc. related to the Fukuoka Airport Specified Operation Project, etc. (August 30, 8) -Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism
  2. ^ a b “29 Airport Management Status Report” (EXCEL) (Press Release), Civil Aviation Bureau, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, (March 2019, 3), https://www.mlit.go.jp/common/001283215.xlsx 2019/7/14Browse. 
  3. ^ a b "Fukuoka designated as a "crowded airport" 1 runway ... Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism limits the number of departures and arrivals". Sankei WEST. p. 2 (August 2015, 9). 2015/9/4Browse.
  4. ^ Outside Japan,London Gatwick AirportHowever, one 3,300m runway handles 1 departures and arrivals annually.However, since the operating hours at Fukuoka Airport are limited from 26:7 am to 10:XNUMX pm, it is not possible to make a general comparison.
  5. ^ "International Flight Departure Coordination Secretariat Business Overview (PDF)”. International Flight Departure and Arrival Coordination Secretariat (JSC). 2017/2/1Browse.
  6. ^ "Fukuoka designated as a "crowded airport" 1 runway ... Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism limits the number of departures and arrivals". Sankei WEST. p. 1 (August 2015, 9). 2015/9/4Browse.
  7. ^ a b c d e f g Fukuoka Airport Survey Liaison and Coordination Meeting (2008-9) (PDF). Fukuoka Airport Comprehensive Survey PI Report (Step 4) Detailed Version (Report). Fukuoka Prefecture Planning and Regional Promotion Department. http://www.pref.fukuoka.lg.jp/uploaded/life/35/35505_misc4.pdf. 
  8. ^ Hakata issue(Hakata Bus Terminal - Busta Shinjuku),Dontaku(Nishitetsu Tenjin Expressway Bus Terminal - Meitetsu Bus Center)Such.
  9. ^ To TokyoOcean Tokyu Ferry, To Osaka / KobePrestigious Taiyo FerryandHankyu Ferry.
  10. ^ a b c d e f g "Secret life" in an emergency at Fukuoka Airport "US military base" on the premises The actual situation is ... Usually also a boarding gate Military operation base Nishinippon Shimbun May 2018, 05 14:06 (Updated May 00, 05:14) Minutes)
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  12. ^ "29 (FY) Standings by Airport (EXCEL) ”. Civil Aviation Bureau, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism (March 2019, 3). 2019/7/14Browse.
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  14. ^ Genji Hata (Author), Jianhui Liu (Author), Mamiko Naka (Author) (2018-3-27). Here and there in Dalian (the frontier of the empire traced in the image). Akiyo Shobo 
  15. ^ Japan Radio History Volume 1951, edited by Radio Control Committee, published by Radio Control Committee, XNUMX
  16. ^ a b Aviation Yearbook, 30 Edition, Japan Aeronautic Association, 1955, P215, List of Aeronautical Beacons
  17. ^ a b "Actual conditions and analysis of military bases", edited by the Base Problem Investigation Committee, Sanichi Shobo, 1954, P103, XNUMX The actual situation of military bases and the peasant's struggle against them, C-board base
  18. ^ a b "Transition of Fukuoka Airport", Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism Kyushu Regional Development Bureau Hakata Port and Airport Development Office
  19. ^ "Talking with Professor Takaaki Mizuno", Group Committee for News [Others], Society of Soil Engineering, 1980-06-25, Professor Mizuno is an emeritus professor at Kyushu University. "Fukuoka's Itatsuki Airfield was originally called Mushiroda Airfield, and was built by the Army at the end of the war. Many citizens, students, etc. were mobilized to work at that time. Because I was inconvenienced, I mixed volcanic ash and built a runway with a thickness of about 10 cm, but the drainage was poor on the previous rice field, and the result was poor. AlreadyA small biplane called a red dragonflyIt seems that there was no inconvenience in the arrival and departure because there was only one left.However, about a week after the end of the war, a large US military airplane landed on August 1, 20, and sank into the runway.A U.S. military major and sergeant, dressed in a pistol and an automatic rifle, suddenly came to my laboratory at the university and were taken to the rifle on a rig that asked me to investigate the cause. It was.The other party seemed to be quite nervous when he was stationed for the first time, but as he talked, he soon became friends.The cause was that I had no choice but to answer that the U.S. military plane was too heavy, but then I was greeted by a jeep with several assistants and workers in the classroom every time, and I was forced to do a ground penetration test. It was.When the construction of laying the mountain soil and rolling it started, I was impressed by the fact that I conducted a large flat plate loading test of about 8 inches and carried out strict control. "
  20. ^ a b c d e f g History of Japanese Aviation (below) / Mainichi Newspapers / Published April 1983, 4 / From the chronological table at the end of the book.
  21. ^ 「航空無線」、電波時報、1954/06、P88、山岡杉雄、運輸省航空局無線課長、「20年10月21日通信統制の件と称する連合軍最高司令部の覚書きが発せられ、航空無線援助業務復活の第一歩を踏み出すこととなった。」、「覚書きの内容は「航空援助のため札幌、鹿児島、東京および大阪における4象限式航空路標識施設を直ちに作動するように命令する」という意味のもので、同年11月21日は、名古屋、福岡および天草の4コース・レンジ開設が指令された。」
  22. ^ a b "Radio Time Report", edited by Radio Control Bureau, Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications, published by Radio Promotion Association, 1952/6 "Aircraft flying from Tokyo to Fukuoka by radio waves", Sugio Yamaoka (Radio Division Manager, Aviation Agency) Tear-drop approach at that time A visual approach course by GCA and a precision approach method by GCA were set. "How to descend using the range (Fukuoka) Fly over the range at an altitude of 4500 feet, and after confirming that it has passed over the range with the marker receiver, immediately turn left and head toward the south course (185 degrees). Continue to fly gradually and descend to an altitude of 10 feet at the point where you flew only 2500 miles, where you make a 45 degree right turn, that is, a horizontal flight in the direction of 230 degrees, and 1 degrees after a 180 minute flight. (Left) Make a turn, that is, fly in the direction of 50 degrees and return to the top of the range course. Here, turn left 45 degrees and proceed in the direction of 5 degrees along the course, and gradually lower the altitude during this time. The altitude will be 2000 feet before it reaches just above the range again. After passing directly above the range, turn left and fly in the direction of 335 degrees, that is, to a high school at sea, lower the altitude to at least 1025 feet, and go out under the clouds during this time. After that, land on the boarded airfield while looking at the ground. If it is not under the clouds even if you lower the altitude to 1025 feet, make a 180 degree turn and raise the altitude in the direction of the aviator, 3500 to the sky above the aviator. Take a foot altitude and contact the control tower to await its command. "" GCA ground equipment descent and landing flight at an altitude of 3500 feet over the range. 5 degrees along the north course. Fly while descending. You can see this accompaniment on GCA's PPI indicator, so GCA will call you to tell you if you are flying to the correct high school. If you lower it to an altitude of 1500 feet, make a left turn to 230 degrees. And continue to fly while maintaining this altitude and direction. The school is often seen on the PPI of GCA. If you come on the extension of the runway with a board, GCA will notify you to that effect. Immediately turn left 155 degrees and proceed in this direction. This point is about 8 miles from the end of the runway and is an extension of the runway, so the plane is on GCA's PAR (Precision Approach Radar). The image of the aircraft appears, where the aircraft continues to descend and land under the clouds, constantly in contact with the GCA and correcting the direction and rate of descent. "
  23. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af Fukuoka City (1978/3). Fukuoka City History. Volume 8 (Showa Part 4 Part 543) Chapter XNUMX Itazuke Base / pXNUMX 
  24. ^ a b c d e f "Overview of Fukuoka Airport", published by Fukuoka Airport Office, Osaka Civil Aviation Bureau, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, April 2004, P4. "History"
  25. ^ 51st Fighter Wing (http://www.osan.af.mil/About-Us/Fact-Sheets/Display/Article/404669/51st-fighter-wing/), "Moved from Naha AB to Itazuke AB, Japan, on Sept. 22 1950 with two F-80C combat squadrons and support element for combat operations over Korea", "51st FIW redeployed to Itazuke AB in December 1950"
  26. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w "Collection of materials on board base problems", published by Board Base Relocation Promotion Council, 1967, P12
  27. ^ a b "Intelligence", Intelligence Company, 1956-01, Farmer Crushing to the Wing-Fukuoka Air Base with Board, Yanosuke Narasaki (Yanosuke Narasaki)
  28. ^ Geospatial Information Authority of Japan map / aerial photo viewing service (http://mapps.gsi.go.jp/) Can be confirmed. Confirmed existence until November 1981. Confirmed that it has been removed as of October 11.Reference number: USA, Course number: M1983-10, Photo number: 630, Date of shooting: 2/40/1956 (Showa 04).The exact time of installation is unknown, but it is certain that it was built after the runway was extended to the south. https://mapps.gsi.go.jp/maplibSearch.do?specificationId=24 Reference number: USA, Course number: R31-No66255, Photo number: 236, Date of shooting: 2/34/1948 (Showa 04) https://mapps.gsi.go.jp/maplibSearch.do?specificationId=07
  29. ^ a b "JAL's History”. Japan Airlines. 2017/4/29Browse.
  30. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w "Fifty Years of Air Traffic Control: In the Safety of Air Traffic", Air Traffic Control Fifty Years History Compilation Committee, Published by Air Traffic Control Association, March 2003, P3 "174-5 Fukuoka Airport", P14 Chronology, "Take" At the time of the over, the first difficult problem was to secure personnel. The U.S. military is actually operating Rapcon and was supposed to transfer it to the Japanese side together with the facility.・ Forty-three personnel were required to carry out radar control operations. At that time, the training pace of air traffic control officers was about 424 per year, and the number of personnel was originally the FDP and ARSR operation personnel of the Air Traffic Control Department. The plan was to cover the personnel of the newly operated terminal radar. At that time, the return of Okinawa in May 43 was already in sight, but the return of the board was not planned. In order to secure the air traffic control, the Aviation Bureau first negotiated with the control communication officer at Hakodate Airport, Koto Heliport, and Amami Airport, which were operated by the air traffic control at that time. On top of that, only 40 people could be assigned for boarding. As a corollary, the boarded terminal radar operation was postponed and non-radar operation was decided. "
  31. ^ a b "Timeline Details │ ANA Group Corporate Information”. All Nippon Airways. 2017/4/29Browse.
  32. ^ "Radio Time Signal 1- (2)", edited by Radio Control Bureau, Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications, published by Radio Promotion Association, 1955/02, "About Aviation Communications", Sugio Yamaoka
  33. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k "Itazuke Base Problem Declaration / Resolutions", Itazuke Base Relocation Promotion Council, 1965
  34. ^ Intelligence, Intelligence Company, 1956/1, Farmer who breaks into wings Fukuoka Air Base with Itazuke, Yanosuke Narasaki (Yanosuke Narasaki), "A recent problem is" the exclusion of Japan Airlines from Itazuke ".The disapproval of the US Far East Air Force was caused by Japan Airlines' application for permission to call at Itazuke as a relay point for the Haneda-Okinawa route.Apart from the turmoil of business sources, this rallied all the citizens in opposition, as it meant the strengthening of the Itazuke Air Force and the blow to Fukuoka City, which lost its doorway.As a result, the Far East Air Force responded, "Jet aircraft will not increase, there is no idea to shut out Japan Airlines, but that is when the other five base expansions (Tachikawa, Yokota, Kisarazu, Komaki, Niigata) go smoothly." Obtained. "
  35. ^ a b "Buraku", The Institute of Buraku Problem Publishing Department, 1957/04, P61, Movement to Liberation
  36. ^ a b "Fifty Years of Air Traffic Control: A Story of Air Traffic Safety", Air Traffic Control Center Fifty Years History Compilation Committee, Published by Air Traffic Control Center, March 2003, P3 "108-5 Fukuoka Air Traffic Control Center", on the eve of relocation A farewell party with the U.S. Air Traffic Control Center was held at Kasugahara U.S. Army Camp, but this evening, Canada Pacific AirlinesDC-8An accident occurred in Haneda where the model machine caught a wheel on the approach lights and crashed into the runway.The general affairs section chief and the control section chief of the ministry who were attending the party suddenly returned to Tokyo.On the day of the move, British Overseas Airways (BOAC)B-707An accident occurred in which the model plane crashed at the foot of Mt. Fuji.
  37. ^ Aviation Technology (33), Japan Aviation Technology Association, 1957/12, "White Paper on the Sky: Current Status of Civil Aviation (2)", Civil Aviation Bureau, P25-32
  38. ^ a b Annual Report of Aviation Statistics 36, Civil Aviation Bureau, Ministry of Transport, 1963, P122, "Abbreviation of Civil Aviation in 36"
  39. ^ a b Aviation Technology, Japan Aviation Technology Association, November 1962, P11-3, "White Paper on Aviation: Current Status of Civil Aviation", Civil Aviation Bureau
  40. ^ According to "Itazuke Base Problem Declaration / Resolutions", Itazuke Base Relocation Promotion Council, 1965, Fukuoka Defense Facility Bureau materials.
  41. ^ The following books have a description of budget requirements. ITAZUKE AIR BASE The next Pacific Air Force installation to be considered is Itazuke Air Base which is located 700 miles southwest of Tokyo Japan. The planned use of this base is for the air defense of southern Japan a tactical fighter wing of three squadrons fighter interceptor squadron and air rescue squadron. (Omitted) The second item is for an addition of 1,558 square feet of space to the existing radar approach control rapcon center to house added equipment and personnel. When completed a total of 3,119 square feet of structure will be provided for a teleautographic receiver UHF DF control wind indicator and monitor control unit for the ILS system at this base. It is used for monitor control of "."In Japan, it was installed in Haneda in 1961 and in Nagoya in 1966, but the Itazuke base was also established from a relatively early stage. Military Construction Authorization, Fiscal Year 1964: Hearings Before the Committee on Armed Services, House of Respresentatives, Eighty-Eighth Congress, First Session, Pursuant to HR 4825 and HR 6500, Bills to Authorize Certain Construction at Military Installations, and for Other Purposes. March 26, 27, 28, April 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 30, May 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, 9, 13, 14, 15, 17, 20, 21, 22, and 24, 1963 (1963, Hardback) Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Armed Services
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  43. ^ Tatsuo Hatta (10 2014). “Fukuoka City and the Future of Kitakyushu City Changed by Kitakyushu Airport”. AGI Working Paper Series 2014 13: 1-23. NOT 120005673969. http://id.nii.ac.jp/1270/00000063/ 2017/4/29Browse.. 
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  46. ^ Geospatial Information Authority of Japan map / aerial photo viewing service,Reference number USA Course number R236-No2 Photo number 33
  47. ^ "The trajectory of stupidity University people swayed by the" era of communism "", Ryuta Onodera, Haruyoshi Shobo, 2017/8, P21
  48. ^ a b "History of Base Struggle", Shosuke Qingdao, Tadashi Shinta, Social News, 1968, P11, "Puepro Incident and Base with Board"
  49. ^ "Seeing Japan's Eyes and Military Bases, Board Bases and Phantoms / Yasuhiro Tsutsumi / p149-151", Democratic Literature, 1969/05, Japan Democratic Literature Society, "January last year (1968), the Korean People's Army The USS Pueblo, which was spying in the territory, was captured. Soon after, a roaring sound roared over Fukuoka City in the middle of the night, and the next morning, the space of the Itatsuki base was occupied by dozens of U.S. military RF4C aircraft flying from Kateno. He was involved in the "Operation Fox", which mobilized 6 troops and flooded South Korea with more than 2 units from bases in the US mainland, mainland Japan, Okinawa, and Philippine.Itazuke continued to move in a hurry. It was one of them that crashed at Kyushu University on June XNUMX. "
  50. ^ RF-101H Kentucky ANG crash at Itazuke AB c1968.jpg [1], "A US Air Force McDonnell RF-101G Voodoo (s / n 54-1459) from the 165th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron, 123rd Tactical Reconnaissance Group, Kentucky Air National Guard, burst into flames during take off at Itazuke air base, Japan, in 1968-69. "," Date: 22 April 1969 "
  51. ^ "Fifty Years of Air Traffic Control: In the Safety of Air Traffic", Air Traffic Control Fifty Years History Compilation Committee, Published by Air Traffic Control Association, March 2003, P3 "174-5 Fukuoka Airport", "Showa 14 (46)" At midnight on July 1971, 7, the takeover was completed in the narrow control tower illuminated by the lights of the media coverage. The U.S. soldiers who shook hands with the Japanese controller who took over pawned their shoulders with their left hands. I went down the control tower quietly, looking at it as if to say "Ganbareyo".The next day's newspaper, along with this photo, said, "The US military base was born by requisitioning the former Army's seated airfield in 1. October 20. For the first time, Japanese civilian passenger planes began to fly. , "Give control to Japan ..." was a long-cherished wish of aviation officials. This was realized on this day. "The majority of US soldiers who left Itazuke were assigned to Vietnam, where they were defeated. "
  52. ^ National Museum of the US Air Force, Itazuke Tower (http://www.nationalmuseum.af.mil/Visit/Museum-Exhibits/Fact-Sheets/Display/Article/195981/itazuke-tower/)
  53. ^ a b Aviation Information, Sekireisha, September 1971, P9, "Returned Base with Board", Koichi Inasaka
  54. ^ Yomiuri Shimbun April 1981, 56 (Showa 4) Evening edition, "Fukuoka Airport Radar Room Burning Electric Leakage or Flight 17 (170st) for Radio Control"
  55. ^ Mainichi Shimbun, April 1981, 4, morning edition
  56. ^ "Fukuoka Airport Meteorological Radar", Technical Communication June 1983, Climate and Research Division, Engineering Department, Fukuoka District Meteorological Observatory, Ikuno Trust
  57. ^ "About "Basic Design" for Fukuoka Airport Domestic Flight Redevelopment (Fukuoka Airport Domestic Passenger Terminal Building Redevelopment Project)”. Fukuoka Airport Building Co., Ltd. (January 2014, 1). 2017/2/5Browse.
  58. ^ Radio Handbook 34 version, 鸚鵡 kai, published on April 34, 4, P17, "List of aviation radio beacon stations"
  59. ^ Radio Handbook, 34 version, 鸚鵡 子, published on April 34, 4, P17, "VHF radio direction detection station", "Measured radio waves of aircraft stations are the radio waves indicated by the radio direction detection station. To use "
  60. ^ Radio Handbook Published by the 29 edition of the Association P188 "Radio waves used for aeronautical radio navigation-against GCA", "Name: with board, call name: Fukuoka Control, frequency: 121.5MHz, 136.8MHz, 142.02MHz, 3475 kHz, 4890" kHz, 6640 kHz (all A3) ”Radio Handbook, 34 edition, published by the Association P134“ Radio waves used for aeronautical radio navigation-against GCA ”,“ Name: with board, call name: Itazuke GCA, 134.1MHz, 121.5MHz ( All A3)
  61. ^ Aviation Technology, Japan Aviation Technology Association, November 1962, P11-3, "White Paper on Aviation: Current Status of Civil Aviation", Civil Aviation Bureau, "Fig. 8 Aviation Security Radio Facility Layout Map", see this figure for the time. not listed.In this figure, ILS can be confirmed only at Tokyo International Airport and Itazuke.Okinawa is not listed because it has not been returned.
  62. ^ Hong Kong-Taipei has the highest number of flights in 2017 Fukuoka-Haneda ranks 4th on domestic flights British OAG
  63. ^ Jay Air,Japan Air CommuterThere are flights operated by other aircraft and crew
  64. ^ ANA WingsThere are flights operated by other aircraft and crew
  65. ^ a b c Codeshare with All Nippon Airways
  66. ^ a b Code share with Japan Airlines
  67. ^ Ibex Airlines decides to increase flights and reduce flights on Sendai / New Chitose Line FlyTeam December 2018, 8
  68. ^ Code share with All Nippon Airways.All Nippon Airways aircraft are used on some routes.
  69. ^ Codeshare with Japan Airlines (only when connecting to JAL international flights)
  70. ^ Codeshare with All Nippon Airways (ANA) on some flights in Tokyo / Narita
  71. ^ "New operating company for San Francisco Line plans to attract to Fukuoka Airport to expand business and tourism exchanges”. Nishinippon Shimbun. 2019/10/13Browse.
  72. ^ a b Shenzhen-Fukuoka direct flight, launching in April next year Asian Economic News
  73. ^ a b Thai AirAsia to Fukuoka in September 9 round trips per week Aiation Wire
  74. ^ VietJet Air launches new routes to Aichi, Fukuoka and Kagoshima this summer Jiji Dotcom December 2020, 1
  75. ^ About Shanghai Airlines Guangzhou-Fukuoka Round-Trip Passenger Route Opening Application Civil Aviation Administration of China September 2018, 9
  76. ^ About international flight license announcement Civil Aviation Administration of China September 2019, 1
  77. ^ About international route business license application Civil Aviation Administration of China September 2019, 1
  78. ^ About international route business license application Civil Aviation Administration of China September 2019, 6
  79. ^ a b c d e International route approval result Civil Aviation Administration of China October 2019, 10
  80. ^ a b c d International route approval result Civil Aviation Administration of China
  81. ^ a b c d e f g h i International route approval result Civil Aviation Administration of China
  82. ^ International route approval result Civil Aviation Administration of China
  83. ^ AirAsia exec sees bright 2019 for aviation industry Philippine News Agency January 2019, 1
  84. ^ June 1995-September 6 (summer operation): Japan Air System History of Asahikawa Airport
  85. ^ April 1992-October 4: Japan Airlines JAL's History
  86. ^ June 1995-September 6 (summer operation): Japan Air System History of Memanbetsu Airport
  87. ^ July 1996-November 7: All Nippon Airways History of Kushiro Airport
  88. ^ April 1995-October 3: Japan Airlines Aomori Airport Company Profile
  89. ^ June 1996-September 6: All Nippon Airways [2001 Akita Airport Overview [Partially Processed Version]]
  90. ^ Overview of Yamagata Airport June 1996-April 6: Japan Air System
  91. ^ History of Fukushima Airport May 1993-March 5: All Nippon Airways
  92. ^ July 1994-November 11: All Nippon Airways Toyama Kitoki and the history of the airport
  93. ^ February 2010-April 2: Skymark
  94. ^ October 1996-January 10: Japan Air Commuter
  95. ^ December 1984-February 12: Japan Air Commuter, Central Japan Airlines About Yonago Airport
  96. ^ July 2004 suspension: Japan Air Commuter
  97. ^ August 1966-January 8: Oriental Air Bridge History of ORC business
  98. ^ August 1985-January 12: Oriental Air Bridge History of ORC business
  99. ^ August 1984-January 12: Oriental Air Bridge History of ORC business
  100. ^ Juneyao Air suspends Fukuoka-Shanghai / Pudong route from March 3 Traicy November 2017, 3
  101. ^ V Air stops operations at the end of September Merges with parent company TransAsia Airlines FlyTeam December 2016, 8
  102. ^ Cathay, Fukuoka line suspended due to winter schedule of 17, dragon becomes larger Travel Vision April 2017, 4
  103. ^ Jetstar Asia suspends Fukuoka / Bangkok / Singapore routes from October FlyTeam December 2016, 5
  104. ^ “KLM Royal Dutch Airlines suspends Fukuoka / Amsterdam route on January 2016, 1”. FlyTeam(July 2015, 10). http://flyteam.jp/news/article/55332 2015/10/1Browse. 
  105. ^ "Fukuoka-Honolulu route abolished Delta Air Lines withdrawal in May Direct flights between Kyushu and Hawaii disappear". West Japan NewspaperNishinippon Shimbun (November 2019, 1). 2019/1/22Browse.
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  108. ^ “Delivery of US military facilities, completion of relocation work at Fukuoka Airport 30 billion yen paid by the Japanese side”. Mainichi Newspapers (Mainichi Shimbun). (June 2021, 1). https://mainichi.jp/articles/20210128/k00/00m/040/043000c 2021/1/28Browse. 
  109. ^ “Nata Heliport opens and relocates from Fukuoka Airport, assuming arrivals and departures 7 times a year”. West Japan Newspaper (Nishi-Nippon Shimbun). (March 2020, 3). https://www.nishinippon.co.jp/item/n/595388/ 2021/1/28Browse. 
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  111. ^ "5 Japan Coast Guard news trainers have been reassigned" "World ships921st collection (April 2020 oversized issue) Kaijinsha P.179
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  113. ^ Introduced articulated buses for domestic and international shuttle buses at Fukuoka Airport! !! Start of operation on April 4 (Tuesday) -Prepare an environment for future recovery of passenger demand- (PDF) -West Japan Railway, October 2021, 4
  114. ^ For mutual access with the airport access railroadToei Subway Asakusa LineThe train that runs onTokyo International Airport(Haneda Airport) andNarita International AirportFukuoka is the only subway in Japan that has access to the airport.
  115. ^ Toshinobu Yashiro "About IC card tickets in regional core cities (PDF) "Bulletin of Yasuda Women's University" No. 37,Yasuda Women's University, 2009, p. 113. * The data quoted in 2001 shows a figure of 57.9%. (Original data: Asia Pacific Tourism Exchange Center "Fact-finding Survey of Tourists Using Aircraft <Fukuoka Airport Edition)" March 2001)
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  118. ^ Narita Airport is another airport in Japan that limits the runway usage time even though it is a 24-hour airport.
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  120. ^ In Fukuoka City, in line with the rebuilding of buildings within 500m around Tenjin and Hakata Station,Tenjin Big Bang"Hakata ConnectedWe are formulating a city plan called "National Strategic Special ZoneHeight restrictions are being relaxed by utilizing the system.
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  122. ^ At the time of establishment, it was "Fukuoka Airport Area Maintenance Organization". Renamed to its current name in 1985Osaka International AirportI became in charge of peripheral measures for the airport, but in 2012 I was in charge of operations related to the airport.New Kansai International AirportIt has been transferred to Fukuoka Airport and has become an organization specializing in Fukuoka Airport.
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  131. ^ Japan Transport Safety Board Accident Investigation Report 55-1, January 1980, 01
  132. ^ Aviation Accident Investigation Commission Accident Report
  133. ^ Asahi ShimbunAugust 2016, 2, two morning editions
  134. ^ "99 Fukuoka Airport Suspicious Death: China's Own" Death Penalty "Sentence". Sports Nippon(July 2012, 2). http://www.sponichi.co.jp/society/news/2012/02/04/kiji/K20120204002568900.html 2012/10/27Browse. [Broken link]
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