Shizuoka Airport

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静岡 空港
Mt. Fuji Shizuoka Airport

34 ° 47 '46 "  N , 138 ° 11' 22"  E Coordinates: 34 ° 47 '46 "  N , 138 ° 11' 22"  E

Height above MSL 132 m (433  ft )
Transport links
Distance from the city center 10 km southeast of Yaizu
Basic data
opening 4th July 2009
operator Shizuoka Prefecture
Terminals 1
Start-and runway
12/30 2500 m × 60 m asphalt


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The airport from a bird's eye view

The Shizuoka Airport ( jap. 静岡空港 , Shizuoka Kuko ; . English Mt. Fuji Shizuoka Airport ) is on the urban areas of Makinohara and Shimada in Shizuoka Prefecture in Japan situated public airport . It opened on July 4, 2009.

Shizuoka Airport is a 3rd class airport under Japanese law .


The airport is located near the Mount Fuji volcano

The airport is located near the Fujisan volcano and was built, among other things, so that tourists can reach the mountain more quickly. It is also used for trips by residents of Shizuoka Prefecture. Most of the destinations served from the airport are in Japan and China. The construction has long been politically controversial and postponing completion resulted in the resignation of Shizuoka's governor Yoshinobu Ishikawa .

Home carrier

The home carrier of the new airport is Fuji Dream Airlines , which flies to 170 destinations in Japan with Embraer . Your route network is to be expanded to include additional destinations.


The following destinations will be served at the beginning of 2014:

getting there

Shizuoka Airport is near Kanaya Station on the Tōkaidō Main Line . The Tōkaidō Shinkansen runs directly under the airport, but is not connected. There are also bus connections to many nearby places. The bus station is right in front of the terminal. There is also a car connection to the Tōmei motorway , which runs south of the airport, via the junctions Yoshida IC and Sagara-Makinohara IC .

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism (English)