Japan Air Navigation Service (JANS)

Organisation Overview

Japan Air Navigation Service (JANS) is a governmental agency in the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism.  JANS is the service provision branch of Civil Aviation Bureau of Japan (JCAB) and provides air navigation services within the Fukuoka Flight Information Region (FIR).  Our Organization provides a wide range of air navigation services such as ATS, CNS, AIS, flight procedures design, HF communication, flight inspection, visual aids, and aeronautical satellite operation.

Fukuoka FIR is the only FIR in which JANS is responsible for providing these services.  It consists of a vast inland airspace and huge oceanic airspace with an average of about 4800 flights daily in 2016.

Recognizing that air navigation services are a fundamental infrastrcutre for any state's social and economical development, JANS continues to enhance the safety, capacity and efficiency of air traffic, taking into account both environmental impact and cost-effectiveness.

No. of Annual IFR Movements* 2016:  1,753,477

*IFR Movements include: International Arrivals + International Departures + Domestic + Overflights

Aerodrome Control Service (TWR):  33 (*not including military operated tower)

Approach Control Service:  14 (*not included military operated approach)

Aerodrome Flight Information Service: 13

Remote Aerodrome Flight Information Service:  37

No. of ACCs:  4
No. of ATS Employees:  4050
Total number of Operational ATCOs:  1933

Membership type: Full Member
Head office: 2-1-3, Kasumigaseki, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, 100-8918 Japan
Country: Japan
Telephone number: +81 (3) 5253 8111
Fax number: +81 (3) 5253 1656

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