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“New Chitose Airport PORTOM HALL” was born in November 2019 within the International Passenger Terminal of
New Chitose Airport – an aerial gateway to Hokkaido serving more than 20 million passengers a year.
New Chitose Airport is one of Japan’s busiest airports in terms of passenger traffic*,
making the Hall the ideal location for business and vacation visits.
*Serving approx. 22.80 million passengers in 2019 (domestic: approx. 19.50 million; international: approx. 3.30 million; source: New Chitose Office,
Japan’s Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism)
"Portom" is a coined term from the Latin word "Portus Omnibus" which means "a port for all people".
It characterizes the hall in the "sky port" that was opened by Hokkaido to the world.
The Portom Hall is suitable for meetings and events with numerous participants from the main island of Japan or abroad.
Directly connected with the New Chitose Airport.
Reduces the hassle of movement with it's door to door connection
Ample facilities and equipment that can be used for a wide range of purposes such as meetings for a small number of people up to events with a size of 300 participants
Easy access to tourist spots
such as Sapporo
Adjacent to the luxury hotel
"PORTOM INTERNATIONAL HOKKAIDO" ※
Portom International Hokkaido,located at New Chitose Airport, the gateway to Hokkaido’s sky, is located in the international passenger terminal and is a luxury hotel that welcomes domestic and foreign customers and conveys the beauty and culture of Japan.
*About three minutes' walk
The facilities can be used in various ways according to the purpose and the number of participants.
New Chitose Airport Portom Hall includes Main Hall with 330 mobile audience seats
to meet a variety of needs from small-/ medium-sized conferences
to exhibitions and receptions.
The Hall will be directly connected
to the International Arrival Lobby (2F).
Will be located around 10 minutes
on foot from the Domestic Terminal
via the Connecting Path.