Flights to and from Niigata Airport are operating according to the regular schedule.
There are no restrictions on traveling to Niigata.
Radioactive contamination has not been detected in food and water from Niigata.

Niigata Airport Outline

Niigata Airport

With a 2,500m runway, Niigata Airport serves as a regional hub airport on the Sea of Japan coast. Regular domestic flights operate between Niigata and six cities with seven airports: Sapporo, Narita, Nagoya (Centrair), Nagoya (Komaki), Osaka, Fukuoka, and Okinawa (Naha). International charter flights and regular flights connect Niigata to Khabarovsk, Vladivostok, Seoul, Shanghai, and Harbin.

Niigata Airport is located in a very accessible and convenient location, only 25 minutes away from JR Niigata Station by limousine bus and 10 minutes away from the nearest highway interchange. Niigata Prefecture’s transportation network is well-developed, and both people living in Niigata and people living in neighboring prefectures make use of Niigata Airport for business travel and for going on vacation.

Niigata Airport Guide (PDF:1.19MB)

Matsuhama-cho, Higashi-ku, Niigata City, Niigata Prefecture
Hours of Operation
Regular Domestic Flights
Sapporo, Narita, Nagoya (Centrair, Komaki), Osaka, Fukuoka, Okinawa (Naha)
Regular International Flights
Khabarovsk, Vladivostok, Seoul, Shanghai, Harbin
Airport Open Date
Designated as a Second Class Airport (Nationally Established and Governed)
9m High at the Center of the Runway
Basic Airport Facilities
Runway A: Length 1,314m/Width 45m
Runway B: Length 2,500m/Width 45m
For Large-Size Airplane: 3 Berths
For Middle-Size Airplane: 3 Berths
For Small-Size Airplane: 15 Berths
For Others: 4 Berths