This time I investigated Haneda Airport future plan. So I explain about this plan.
After the Tokyo Olympics, the study of new runway will begin in earnest!
Location, Ora City, Tokyo, Japan
Serves, Greater Tokyo area
Opening year, 1931
Passengers, 44,344,739 (50th)
Cargo (tone) 2,039,905 (10th)
Aircraft movements 264,115
Direction 16R/34L, Length 3,000m 9,843ft, Surface Asphalt concrete, Name A
Direction 16L/34R, Length 3,360m 11,024ft, Surface Asphalt concrete, Name C
Direction 04/22, Length 2,500m 8,202ft, Surface Asphalt concrete, Name B
Direction 05/23, Length 2,500m 8,202ft, Surface Asphalt concrete, Name D
Terminal 1 is domestic.
Terminal 2 is domestic and international.
Terminal 3 is international.
New Gate Bridge on The Tama River. This bridge connects Haneda Airport and Kawasaki City, Kanagawa Prefecture.
New Runway (Runway E)
According to materials from the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, the following five runways are being considered.
Plan No.1, Type is Open parallel, Aircraft Movements 104 times/h
Parallel to Runway C and intersects to Runway D.
Plan No.2, Type is Semi Open parallel, Aircraft Movements 91 times/h
Parallel to Runway A and intersects to Runway B.
Plan No.3, Type is Semi Open parallel, Aircraft Movements 112 times/h
Parallel to Runway C.
Plan No.4, Type is Semi Open parallel, Aircraft Movements 102 times/h
Parallel to Runway D.
Plan No.5, Type is Close parallel, Aircraft Movements 91 times/h
Parallel to Runway B.