|Airport type||Public (Type-3)|
|Serves||Izu Ōshima Town|
|Location||Izu Ōshima, Tokyo|
|Elevation AMSL||124 ft / 38 m|
Location in Japan
Source: Japanese Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism
Ōshima Airport (大島空港, Ōshima Kūkō), also known as Tokyo Ōshima Camellia Airport (東京大島かめりあ空港, Tokyo Ōshima Kameria Kūkō), is an airport located on the island of Izu Ōshima, Tokyo, Japan (IATA: OIM, ICAO: RJTO).
Ōshima Airport was built in June 1964, with a 1,200 metres (3,900 ft) runway. The runway was lengthened to its present 1,800 metres (5,900 ft) length in October 2002 to permit operations by jet-powered aircraft. From August 2008, All Nippon Airways (ANA) began daily services to Haneda Airport in Tokyo. New Central Airservice began operations to Chofu Airport from 2009. ANA ended service to Oshima in October 2015. Since 9 July 2021, Oshima Airport has been called Tokyo Oshima Camellia Airport (東京大島カメリア空港, Tōkyō Ōshima Kacmeria Kūkō) as nickname.
|New Central Airservice||Chōfu|
|Toho Air Service||Miyakejima, Toshima|
Prior to 2015, ANA Wings operated a daily service to Haneda Airport.
Oshima Airport is operated by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government. The terminal is open from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. daily and contains a restaurant, shop and observation deck. The Japan Civil Aviation Bureau and Japan Meteorological Agency maintain offices on-site.
|Ōshima Kōen Line||Okata Port||Ōshima Kōen||Ōshima Bus||When there is not flight, you get on at Ōshima Airport Iriguchi Bus stop, it takes ten minutes from Airport to there on foot.|
|Oshima Highschool||Motomachi Port|
It is located north of Airport Terminal, it takes 5 minutes from this airport on foot.
|Buratto・Nodahama Line||Nodahama||Okata Port||Ōshima Bus||Runs on only between July and August.|
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