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Miho Yonago Airport

(YGJ)

Yonago,Tottori ken,Japan

IATA Code YGJ City Code
City code of YGJ: refers to metropolitan areas of Yonago
ICAO RJOH
Airport Name Miho Yonago Airport City Yonago
Region Tottori ken Country/Region Japan (JP)
Time Zone+09:00ContinentAsia
Airport Type Customs Airport Bank Work Time Table Closed on Saturday and Sunday.
Hub for (Airlines) Phone Number +81 859-45-6121
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Introduction of Miho Yonago Airport

Miho Yonago Airport(IATA: YGJ, ICAO: RJOH),also known as Miho Airbase,is a Japan Air Defense Force (JASDF) base located 11 km northwest of Yonago in Tottori Prefecture. It is owned and operated by JASDF and receives military operations as well as civil air services.

JASDF has operated a number of transports at Miho Air Base including Curtiss C-46 Commando and NAMC YS-11 aircraft. A passenger terminal was built at the airport in 1956 and scheduled service to Osaka International Airport began in 1958, followed by Tokyo Haneda Airport in 1964. The airport has also had service to Nagoya (Chubu and Komaki), Sapporo (New Chitose), Kansai International Airport, Fukuoka and Oki. The airport is connected to various locations by bus. There is also a railway line, the Sakai Line, in the vicinity, which connects the airport with the Yonago Station and Sakaiminato Station.

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