Chubu Centrair (NGO) Airport

Chubu Centrair NGO Airport Overview

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 received another Skytrax award, and for 2013 IATA named it -among worldwide airports- as being number 3 in the 10-20M passengers/yr category .

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.

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)

Present & Future Airport Developments:  The new & separate 30,000 sq.meter LCC Terminal for domestic low-cost airlines is now under construction - located next to the south wing of the Main Terminal's international gates - to be opened by late 2014.  Its flexible apron will accommodate different types of aircraft.  The LCC Terminal will also function as an alternate terminal during peak hours, allowing non-LCC domestic or foreign carriers wanting to save money to use it as well.   (As of Dec. 14, 2014, there have been no news regarding the opening of the LCC Terminal).
Chubu will also construct a new parking garage in front of the building.


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