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Aomori Airport

(AOJ)

Aomori ken,Japan

IATA Code AOJ City Code
City code of AOJ: refers to metropolitan areas of Aomori
ICAO RJSA
Airport Name Aomori Airport City Aomori
Region Aomori 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 17-739-2000
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Introduction of Aomori Airport

Aomori Airport (IATA code: AOJ, ICAO code: RJSA) is an international airport located 11.2 km (7.0 mi) south southwest of Aomori Station in Aomori, the capital city of Aomori Prefecture in northern Japan. The airport has international service within East Asia in addition to several domestic routes and serves as an international gateway to northern Tōhoku. In 2018, the airport was the 27th-busiest in Japan by passenger traffic.

Aomori Airport has one 3,000-meter-long (9,843 ft) runway that is aligned in a northeast to southwest heading. The runway gets covered in an average 669 centimeters (21.95 ft) of snow annually. The 38-vehicle White Impulse snow removal crew gets rid of the snow covering the airport's runway, taxiway, and apron; an area covering 55 square kilometers (21 sq mi), in 40 minutes.

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