|Operator||Nagasaki Prefecture (airfield); Tsushima Airport Terminal Building Co., Ltd. (terminal)|
|Elevation AMSL||207 ft / 63 m|
Location in Japan
Source: Japanese Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism
Tsushima Airport (対馬空港) (IATA: TSJ, ICAO: RJDT) is an airport located 10 km (6.2 mi) northeast Tsushima, a city in the Nagasaki Prefecture of Japan.
| All Nippon Airways |
operated by ANA Wings
|Oriental Air Bridge||Fukuoka, Nagasaki|
The airport opened in 1975 on a site created by leveling a small mountain.
In 2003, a small propeller training aircraft used by Sojo University crashed on approach to Tsushima, killing three occupants.
Scheduled flights to and from the airport use Boeing 737 and Bombardier Dash 8 aircraft. The airport has also been served by Korea Express Air turboprop service from Seoul Gimpo and Daegu.