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.
Chubu will also construct a new parking garage in front of the building.

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