Thu, 23 August 2018

Change in Security Check Cut-Off Time at Haneda Airport

All Nippon Airways has announced that as from 1 December 2018, domestic passengers at Haneda Terminal 2 in Tokyo will need to pass through the security check point at least 20 minutes before departure time.

Bags passing through an airport security x-ray machine. Picture by Steven Howard of Click to enlarge.

Over the last 12 years, the aviation industry has changed drastically and Haneda Airport has expanded its terminals and welcomes an ever increasing number of flights. The rate of on-time departures has been impacted by this expansion and longer walk ways for passengers to get to their flights, which is why the security cut-off time is being adjusted by five minutes, moving from the previously required 15 minutes to the new 20 minutes.

ANA customers who use the “ANA SKiP Service” must also comply with this five-minute time change.

“We highly appreciate the cooperation and understanding of our valued customers,” said Shigeru Hattori, Senior Vice President, ANA Airport Center. “As Haneda Airport grows, we aim to create the best possible experience for travelers by adapting to that growth.”

Japan is expecting a surge in visitor arrivals over the next two years as the country will host the Rugby World Cup in 2019 followed by the Olympics in 2020.

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