JAPAN | Tokyo
Haneda Airport

RJTT

A ground support facility at Haneda International Airport, supporting trips throughout Japan

Hiroshi Higashiyama

On behalf of our team,
welcome to Japan!

Think of Universal Aviation in Japan as more than your ground handler or concierge. Think of us as your friends. We like to form personal relationships with our clients. We want to help newcomers get a feeling for Japan, its traditions, culture and cuisine. For residents of Japan, we want you to feel welcome as you return home. As you travel, we will work to find you the best destinations, lodgings and opportunities to explore this magnificent country.

Our main operation is located at Haneda Airport, and we also provide supervisory services at all airports throughout Japan, including our other offices at RJAA, RJBB and RJCC.

I look forward to working with you on your next trip.

Sincerely,

Hiroshi Higashiyama

Representative Director
Universal Aviation in Japan

Three different ways we can take care of your
ground support needs throughout Japan

  • We operate ground support facilities at RJAA, RJTT, RJBB and RJCC.
  • We can send our agents to meet you at any destination.
  • We can help coordinate ground support for any location.

Services

Ground support capabilities

Languages spoken Japanese, English, Chinese, and Korean
Customs and immigration? Yes
UVair® contract fuel available? Yes
Conference rooms? No
Limousine service and car rental? Yes
Crew accommodation arrangements? Yes
Security arrangements? Yes
Maintenance? Yes – minor assistance only
Direct ramp access? No
Computerized worldwide weather briefings? Yes
Baggage handling? Yes
Permit coordination? Yes
Lav service? Yes

Flight support

RVSM: Implemented
ACAS/TCAS II: Required for turbine engine aircraft with MTOW exceeding 15,000 kg or more than 30 pax seats
ICAO Annex 16, Chapter II: Restrictions are in place.
RNP 5/RNP 10 airspace: Yes
8.33 MHz channel spacing: Not required
Airport fire protection category: RJTT: 9

Directions

From the north, east or west:
Travel to Tokyo city center and take Highway 1 south, following the signs for Haneda Airport.

From the south:
Follow Highway 1 north towards Tokyo. Continue following the road signs for Haneda Airport. The turnoff for terminals is about 9 miles (15 kilometers) before the city center.

Follow road signs to the International Terminal (5 minutes). The car parking area is located next to the International Terminal. Pax meeting/drop-off point is on the 2nd lane from the curb in front of the the International Terminal Building entrance.

The roads to Haneda Airport often experience traffic congestion during peak hours. Allow sufficient time for your journey from Tokyo to the airport in case of unforeseen delays.

Facility contact information

Universal Aviation
Haneda Airport
5 Floor, Dai 2 Sogo Building
Haneda-kuko, Ota-ku Tokyo 144-0041
Japan

Location FAQ

Hours of operation 0900 – 1800 (24 hours on request)
Airport restrictions? Yes – maximum of 10 days parking permitted for GA aircraft
Noise restrictions? Yes – Stage 2 aircraft are banned regardless of maximum takeoff weight
Slots required? Yes – There is limited availability during peak airport hours (2200z – 0200z and 0700z – 1100z).
VIP passenger lounge? Yes
VIP crew lounge? Yes
Air conditioning? Yes
Internet access/Wi-Fi? Yes
Digital newspapers Yes – 1,942 titles from 97 countries in 57 languages available
Refreshments? No
Flight-plan filing? Yes
Restrooms? Yes
Showers? Yes
Prayer room? No
Hangarage? No
VIP catering? Yes

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Contact Information

Contact details for Universal Aviation at RJTT
Contact detail Location detail
Country: Japan
Main office: Tokyo (Haneda), Japan
ICAO: RJTT
Other office(s): Narita (RJAA)
Osaka-Kansai (RJBB)
Sapporo (RJCC)
Locations served: All of Japan
Radio frequency: 132.075 MHz
SITA: TYOSSUV
Representative director: Hiroshi Higashiyama
Phone: +81 3 57087544
Mobile: +81 80 20727049 (Risa Suzuki)
Fax: +81 3 5708 7574
+81 3 5708 7543
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