- Airport altitude 54 meters; minimum approach to 75 meters.
Komatsu Airport was founded in June 2015, when it took over the location previously occupied by South Blake International Airport (SLSF).
Designed to cater to both civilian and military aviation, Komatsu Airport features a single east-west runway, numbered 27 for landing and 09 for takeoff. The runway is available to aircraft as large as the D-318 by Dani Airplanes. A taxiway connects the runway to a passenger Terminal at the NE corner of the apron, with two fixed jetways of 4m elevation above the pavement, while the apron is intended for small to medium aircraft use. The airport is designed to maximize air traffic without colliding, and it does not include permanent commercial aircraft parking or storage.
The West and South sections of the airport are designed as a modern Japan Air Self-Defense Force (JASDF) air base, including hangars, control tower, radars and missile batteries. The NE section of sim features a small Japanese town, while, at the sea level, a scenic marina with docks for boats and seaplanes is found.
The following list includes all scheduled services to and from Komatsu Airport, as of October 2017. Other non-scheduled charter flights may be available on request. Please contact airlines for more information.
Facilities and services
- Check-in counters:
- x1 International desk
- x2 Domestic desk
- Shops and restaurant.
- 2 lounges in Domestic departure area.
- Observation desk.