Chubu 'Centrair' Airport NGO (Centrair, short for Central Airport, also indicates its Central Japan location), serves Japan's regions of Chubu & Nagoya. The Airport had recently was awarded by SkyTrax 'The World's Best Regional Airport' 2015 and 2016, and in Feb. 2017 Skytrax upgraded it to a 5-Star Regional Airport rating.
Nagoya NGO Airport is located on an artificial D-shaped island in the Ise Bay of the Chita Peninsula, in Tokoname City (Aichi Prefecture) - 35 km south of Nagoya - a 28-minute ride by train via the 'uSky Limited Express'. The Airport can be accessed by the 'Shin Tomei' Expressway. Also, high-speed ferries serve the Airport from/to Tsu & Mie Prefectures.
With an estimated 9.8 million passengers a year, Centrair is served by domestic airlines ANA, JAL & JTA, and by many major international airlines (including Delta & United), offering direct and connecting flights to all parts of the globe.
NOTE: A new entry procedure requires that foreign nationals applying for entry into Japan need to be fingerprinted & get facial photos there before being interviewed by immigration inspectors.
- The passenger terminal is open 5am-11:30pm; Arrivals Lobby and Plaza access are open 24 hours/day.
Important Contact numbers:
Airport Police Station: +81 569 38 0110 (this number applies also to items lost/found in the restricted international flight zone.
Airport Customs branch: +81 569 38 7600 / on weekdays use 7624/ fax 7625 instead (this number applies also for items lost/found at Customs area).
Centrair Airport has a Main Terminal and an LCC Terminal for low-cost arriers.