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Japan's Haneda International Airport Renames International Passenger Terminal

ANA Check-in desks

All Nippon Airways (ANA), Japan’s largest and 5-Star airline for seven consecutive years, would like to share that in preparation of the launch of international flight facilities in Terminal 2, Haneda Airport is updating the names of the International Passenger Terminal and other facilities to help reduce confusion among travelers.

Starting in March 2020, new international flight facilities will accommodate select international flights in parts of Terminal 2. Currently, international flights at Haneda Airport depart solely from the International Passenger Terminal Building. To ensure travelers head to the correct terminal for their flights, the International Passenger Terminal Building will be renamed Passenger Terminal 3 Building - or Terminal 3 – when the reorganization goes into effect next year.

The relevant Keihin Kyuko Line and Tokyo Monorail railway stations, as well as parking areas will also be renamed to reflect the new terminal names. Details can be found below:



After (from March 2020 onward)

Tokyo International Airport

(Official) International Passenger Terminal Building

(Abbr.) International Terminal,

International Building, etc.

(Official) Terminal 3

(Abbr.) Integrated as “Terminal 3

(Official) International Flight Parking Lot

(Abbr.) P International Flight

(Official) P5 Parking

(Abbr.) P5


Haneda Airport International Terminal

Haneda Airport Terminal 3

Keikyu Corporation

Haneda Airport Domestic Terminal

Haneda Airport Terminals 1 and 2

Haneda Airport International Terminal

Haneda Airport Terminal 3