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New-Chitose Airport

  • PAX: 23,600,000
  • IATA: CTS
  • ICAO: RJCC

About The Airport

Hokkaido Airports (HAP) was established in August, 2019 to operate 7 Airports in Hokkaido, New-Chitose, Wakkanai, Kushiro, Hakodate, Asahikawa, Obihiro and Memanbetsu. Hokkaido is a popular tourist destination where the great nature spreads and tourists can enjoy gourmet and hot springs. And in winter, powder snow attracts skiers and snowboarders all over the world. New-Chitose Airport (CTS) is the 5th largest airport in Japan with 23.6million passengers including about 4 million international passengers in FY2018, located about 40km south of Sapporo-City. CTS slot will be expanded from 42 ATM to 50 ATM per hours from the 2020 summer schedule. 

Facts and Figures

  • List of Top 5 Airlines: All Nippon Airways, Japan Airlines, Skymark Airlines, AIRDO and Peach Aviation
  • Number of Serving Airlines: 46
  • Number of Direct Destinations: 51
  • Number of Terminals: 2
  • Number of Runways: 2
  • Length of Main Runway (m): 3000m x 2
  • Passenger Numbers (mppa): 23.6 mppa (2018)
  • Cargo Tonnes (p.a.): 18,117t (2018)
  • Ownership: Hokkaido Airports Co., Ltd,
  • Operational Opening Hours: 24 hours
  • Total Catchment Population: 5.5 million in Hokkaido
  • Urban Population: 1.9 million in Sapporo City
  • Aircraft Parking Stands: =>42 (PBB:8) Domestic => 23 (PBB:18)