Flight Operations To Japanese Grand Prix 


Flight Operations to Japanese Grand Prix 

UAS Operations | - 09/19/2023
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Flight Operations to Japanese Grand Prix –Japan will be the next host of the world’s premier motorsport event, Formula 1, on Sunday, September 24. Taking place over 53 laps of the Suzuka International Racing Course, up to 155,000 spectators a day could populate the stands around the 5.807-kilometre track. Here is what operators need to know. 

Flight Operations to Japanese Grand Prix  

Chubu Centrair International Airport 

  • IATA: NGO 
  • Latitude/ longitude: N34-51.5 / E136-48.3 
  • Elevation: 12 FT / 4 M 
  • Magnetic variation: 07W 
  • Fuel: JET A-1 
  • Time zone: UTC +9 

Operational Information 

  • This is an AEO and a civil airport, operating 24 hours 
  • Slots are required at this airport 
  • Runway length is 11,483 ft 
  • Fire category is 9 
  • Chubu Centrair International Airport is located in Nagoya and 35km from the city 

Operators note: If the flight category is charter flight, charter permission is mandatory as well in securing slot/spot. 

UAS VIP Supervisors are based at key travel hubs to represent our clients’ needs on the ground and ensure they receive priority treatment, the best quality service and enjoy an elevated travel experience.     

For support with your flight operations to Japanese Grand Prix, contact UAS  

To create your bespoke Japanese Grand Prix travel experience, contact UAS Executive travel or UAS Air Charter  

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