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|Sendai Airport is one of the most important airports in Japan. Originally built by the Imperial Japanese Army in 1946 as a flight training school for the Kumakaya army, Sendai Airport located in Natori, which is 13.6km from the South-eastern Exit of the Sendai Train Station, Sendai.|
About Sendai Airport
Sendai Airport is a medium-sized airport with a large four-floor passenger terminal building, 8 jet bridges that cater for aircraft arriving and departing the airport, air cargo terminal, four helipads, and facilities to cater for small-sized private aircrafts. Though a medium-sized airport, Sendai Airport handles both domestic and international air traffic. While the eastern axis of the terminal building handles international air traffic, the western axis is responsible for handling domestic air traffic and air cargoes.
Sendai Airport has an extensive domestic network linking Sendai to many Japanese cities, such as Tokyo, Niigata, Hiroshima, Nagoya, Fukuoka, Matsuyama, Kansai, Komatsu, Kobe, and Asahikawa. In addition to having an expansive domestic network, Sendai also have an infinitesimal international network that directly connects Sendai to cities in neighboring countries, such as China, Thailand, New Zealand, Hong Kong, and Guam. With an expansive domestic network and an infinitesimal international network coverage, Sendai Airport is a central hub for many airlines.
Some of passenger airlines that service Sendai Airport include Peach, EVA Air, IBEX Airlines, Air Do, Air China, Asiana Airlines, Japan Airlines, Thai Airways, Skymark Airlines, United Airlines, and All Nippon Airways. A lot of cargoes also arrive and depart Japan via the Sendai Airport, making this airport a major hub for many cargo airlines.
Sendai Airport Hotels
Hotel Monterrey Sendai
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