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The Naval Engineering Command Far East (NAVFACFE), Public Works Department  (PWD) has implemented the changes to the Narita (NRT) and Haneda (HND) Shuttle’s  schedule and procedures outlined below beginning 01 March 2022. 

NAVFACFE PWD will provide separate shuttles for AM departures/arrivals and PM  departures/arrivals.  

The set times of the Airport Shuttles will be adhere to regardless of early or late flight  schedules or flight delays.  

1) Scheme of Maneuvers.  

a. Both AM/PM Shuttles will follow the same scheme of maneuvers that begins at NAF  Atsugi proceeding to HND/NRT for drop-offs, NRT/HND for pick-ups, and returning to  NAF Atsugi. 

b. Times shown on the schedule below represent final times the shuttle will either arrive  or depart from each location.  

For example, AM Shuttle will make multiple stops around the installation (see paragraph  3) but leave the final bus stop at 0520 departing from NAF Atsugi.  

The AM Shuttle will arrive at HND at 0630 for drop-offs and arrive at NRT at 0800 for  drop-offs.  

The AM Shuttle will remain at NRT and arrive at NRT Terminal-1 (NRT T-1)  approximately at 0945 for a departure at 1000.  

c. Due to COVID restriction, we are unable to mix newly arrived passengers with  passengers departing Japan.  

This means if you arrive at HND at 0500 you must wait for the AM Shuttle departure at  1230 even though the same bus is dropping off passengers at 0630.  

d. If your flight is late or you are unable to get through security/customs before a shuttle  departs, then you will need to either wait for the next shuttle or contact your sponsor for  other pick-up alternatives.  

This situation applies even if you are on the shuttle manifest.  

e. Shuttle Drivers will not actively search for arriving passengers to ensure they make it  to the shuttle.  

It is the responsibility of the traveler to be at the pick-up locations (see paragraph 4). 

f. If you are traveling with pets, then see Note 1 to arrange special accommodations.  Airports shuttles are not authorized to transport pets.  

  Depart Drop off   Pick up Arrive
AM Shuttle 0520 0630 0800   1000 1020 1230 1400
PM Shuttle 1020 1130 1330   1900 1920 2100 2200

2) Scheduling.  

Shuttle passenger reservations are mandatory and must be received no later than1400 the day  prior to travel.  

Flight arrivals and departures scheduled for the weekend or holiday(s) will make shuttle  reservations by 1400 the last working day before the weekend or holiday(s). 

For all inbound & outbound (arrivals & departures), make reservations on NAF Atsugi at  Bldg. 1290 Unaccompanied Housing Front Desk.  

Reservations must be made in person or by email if on official travel.  

DSN: 315-264-3440  


Making a reservation will guarantee a seat will be provided for you, by allowing  NAVFACFE PWD to properly size the quantity of shuttle(s) needed to meet the AM/PM  shuttle requirement.  

For example, if NAVFACFE PWD receives enough reservations to warrant multiple  shuttles in either the AM or PM schedule, then PWD will send multiple shuttles at the  same time.  

In the event a traveler does not make the proper reservation (e.g. arrives at an airport  without any notification) then the shuttle will accommodate travel to and from, but  passengers with reservations will be given priority for shuttle seating.  

If there is not enough seats available, then the unannounced travelers will need to wait  for the next shuttle or make alternative arrangements with their sponsor.  

3) NAF Atsugi Airport Shuttle Stop Locations.  

AM Shuttle (Departure)  

i. 0505: B980 (Transient ROM) – King Ave 

ii. 0510: B1290 (UH Barracks) – Ranger ST  

iii. 0515: B946 (Navy Lodge) – Oriskany ST  

iv. 0520: B482 (NGIS) – Halsey Ave  

AM Shuttle (Arrival)  

i. 1400: B980 (Transient ROM) – King Ave  

ii. 1405: B1290 (UH Barracks) – Ranger ST  

iii. 1410: B946 (Navy Lodge) – Oriskany ST  

iv. 1415: B482 (NGIS) – Halsey Ave  

PM Shuttle (Departure)  

i. 1005: B980 (Transient ROM) – King Ave  

ii. 1010: B1290 (UH Barracks) – Ranger ST  

iii. 1015: B946 (Navy Lodge) – Oriskany ST  

iv. 1020: B482 (NGIS) – Halsey Ave  

PM Shuttle (Arrival)  

i. 2200: B980 (Transient ROM) – King Ave  

ii. 2205: B1290 (UH Barracks) – Ranger ST  

iii. 2210: B946 (Navy Lodge) – Oriskany ST  

iv. 2215: B482 (NGIS) – Halsey Ave  

4) Airport Terminal Pick Up Locations.  

Narita International Airport – Terminal 1 (NRT T-1): Personnel arriving at the South  Wing of the Terminal will need to head to the North Wing.

Exit from “N2” to cross the street to the parking lot where the shuttle will be waiting.  

Follow the awning to the end, where the shuttle with a “NAF Atsugi” sign displayed in  the windshield will be awaiting passengers. 

Narita International Airport – Terminal 2 (NRT T-2): Personnel arriving will need to go to  the North Wing departure lobby on the 3rd Floor.  

Exit out of the “N2” door and the shuttle will be outside the door with a “NAF Atsugi” sign  displayed in the windshield at Bus Stop #2.

Haneda International Airport – Terminal 3 (HND): Personnel arriving will need to use  the elevator marked for “Chartered Bus”.  

Go to the 1st floor and exit the elevator to the parking lot.  

Driver will be waiting there with a sign for “NAF Atsugi”.  

Driver will leave you there momentarily and return to this location with the shuttle. 

Note 1: Pets and/or service animals are strictly prohibited.  

Exception: Travelers on official travel orders may request alternative transportation at  DSN 315-264-3563/3900., or commercial from the United States: 011-81-467-63- 3563/3900 

Note 2: US Government-sponsored contractor personnel traveling on official  Invitational Orders (IO) or Letter of Authorization (LoA) are permitted access to the  Airport shuttle bus with a copy of the NAF Atsugi HQ issued Letter of Identification  (LOI) containing specific authorization or instructions permitting access to  Government-provided ground transportation and services.  

Note 3: Personnel traveling on the DD Form 1610, Request and Authorization for  TDY Travel of DOD Personnel orders and require government-provided  transportation support or services are required to have Block 12 (b) check marked  and/or provide a justification statement entered in Block 16 (Remarks Section). 

Example: “Member/traveler is authorized government-provided transportation to/from  airport” or “Government-provided rental is authorized for the period of start  date to end date”.  

This standard will apply to similar official travel documents.  

IMPORTANT: By direction, Pacific Fleet (PACFLT) personnel are not authorized  government vehicles using TAD orders.  

Note 4: Child safety restraint systems are mandatory for children 4 years old and/or  45 pounds or less.  

Advance notice is required for seating accommodations, if available.  

Note 5: Government Auto. NAVFAC's role as the Navy's single manager of Civil  Engineering Support Equipment (CESE) is to ensure government vehicles are  provided at the optimal/minimal levels to support mission requirements.  

The foundation of CESE inventory is based solely on mission requirements and does  not include TAD support.  

As such, they are not considered to be reasonably available to support TAD without  diminishing the mission for which they were acquired.  

Accordingly, it is NAVFAC policy that government vehicles will not be used to  support TAD.  

Exceptions may be granted on a limited basis in rare situations (e.g. vehicle use on  Base, during working hours, chargeable to the Base Host or tenants).  

For after-hours assistance, contact your Sponsor or the Command Duty Officer at  (Mobile) 070-7798-8984 or commercial 011-81-70-7798-8984. 

Your feedback is always welcome.



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