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Location in Japan
The airport opened on October 13, 1962 as Okayama Airport. It had scheduled service by All Nippon Airways (Tokyo Haneda) and Toa Domestic Airlines (Matsuyama and Miyazaki); however, the runway was too short to accommodate jet service, and the largest aircraft that could reliably use the airport was the NAMC YS-11.
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|62||Urayasuguchi・Seikibashi Station・Higashi-chūōchō Station・Daiunji-mae Station・Shin-Saidaijichōsuji Station・Tenmanya Bus Terminal・Yanagawa Station (Okayama)・Nishigawa-ryokudōkōen Station||Okayama Station||Okaden Bus|
- AIS Japan Archived 2016-05-17 at the Portuguese Web Archive
- Kōnan Airport Administration Office (December 14, 2009). 飛行場の概要 (in Japanese). Retrieved February 26, 2011.
- "Plane overshoots runway, goes into lake in Okayama". Japan Today. 11 June 2015. Retrieved 12 June 2015.
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