|1944||Construction of runways, 1,500m east to west and 1,700m south to north (100m widths each) is complete. Two squadrons of naval strike force are stationed permanently.|
|1945||Seized by the U.S. Military and became a supplemental radar base.|
|1955||Non-regular service between Komatsu and Osaka began|
|1958||Released from the U.S. military (Total release was in August). Japan Air Self-Defense Force, Komatsu detachment stationed|
|1961||Inauguration of Japan Air Self-Defense Force Komatsu Base and Hokuriku Air Terminal Building. Komatsu Airport announced as a "Public Facility" based on Article 56-5 of the Civil Aeronautics Act. (Became an official common airport for the Self-Defense Force and Private Airlines)|
|1962||Regular services between Komatsu and Osaka, and Komatsu and Nagoya began.|
|1963||Regular service between Komatsu and Tokyo (Haneda) began.|
|1964||Construction work of runway extension for F-104J airplane was completed. 2,700m long.|
|1977||Transport formed "The Development Plan of Civil Aviation Area in Komatsu Airport."|
|1979||Designated as a quarantine airport. Niigata Quarantine Station, Fusegi Toyama Branch, Komatsu Airport Office opened. Regular International flight service (Niigata - Komatsu - Seoul) began.|
|1981||New Domestic Flight Terminal Building was complete.|
|1984||New International Flight Terminal Building was complete.|
|1991||Singapore Airline charter flight service began. (Komatsu - Singapore. The first-time landing of the charter flight of foreign airline.)|
|1994||Hokuriku International Air Cargo Terminal Co., Ltd. was founded. Regular international cargo flight service between Komatsu and Luxembourg by Cargolux Airlines International S.A. began. (Two round-trip flight per week)
Designated as Foreign Access Zone (FAZ)
|2004||Regular flight service between Komatsu and Narita began. (CRJ, 50 passengers, 1 round-trip per day)
Regular flight service between Komatsu and Shanghai by China Eastern Airlines began. (A320, 156 passengers, 2 round-trip flights per week)
|2005||The service on the temporary runway started for the construction of runway elevation.
Regular flight service between Komatsu and Shanghai was increased to three round-trip flights per week.
|2006||Elevation work of the main runway was completed and the service resumed. (The temporary runway is closed.)|
|2007||Transit shed for domestic cargo flights was completed.
Completion of the apron expansion for functional reinforcement. (6 Large airliner spots).
|2008||Regular flight service between Komatsu and Shanghai was increased to four round-trip flights per week.
Regular flight service between Komatsu and Taipei began.
|2009||Regular flight service between Komatsu and Shizuoka began.|