Chofu Airport (Chōfu Hikōjō) (ICAO: RJTF) is an airport located 1.2 NM (2.2 km; 1.4 mi) northwest Chōfu, Tokyo, Japan, west of central Tokyo. It is administered by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government. The airport's main commercial activity is New Central Airlines commuter flights to the islands south of Tokyo.
Used as an Imperial Japanese Army Air Force base during World War II, the airfield was equipped with Ki-61 Tony fighters used for air defense against USAAF B-29 Superfortress attacks. Occupied after the war by American forces, the airport was briefly used as a photo-reconnaissance airfield by P-51D Mustang (F-6) aircraft of the 6th and 71st Reconnaissance Groups beginning in late September 1945, mapping the extent of wartime damage over Honshū. The mapping flights ended in January 1946, ending operational military use by the Americans.