OverviewGetting to/from Centrair Airport: The Centrair Eco Gas Station can be accessed by taking Centrair East (Centrair-Higashi) IC Expressway exit.
The 'Airport Limousine' is a new bus service to/from hotels in Nagoya (Sakae/ Fushimi area)- taking abou an hour; tickets are about JPY 1,000, for children 500.
The Access Plaza serves as link to trains, and other public transportation, including rental cars. It also offers tourist information.
An exclusive railway pass - the 'Kintetsu Rail Pass wide' is available at the Airport's Meitetsu Travel Plaza. The pass allows for unlimited railway travel via the Kintetsu line, covering an extensive network across the Kansai area. It also is valid for a round-trip between Centrair Airport & Nagoya's train station.
Scheduled bus service from Centrair Airport:
(a) The Meitetsu Bus to Nagoya City’s Fujigaoka takes 72 minutes, nd stops at Tomei Nisshin & Tomei Toyota.
(b) The Chitanoriai Bus has two lines to Tokoname & Handa, one is to Chita Handa station, taking 38 minutes, the other is to Kowa station, taking 49 minutes. Contact the Information Desk inside the passenger terminal for more bus information.
The Centrair train station is part of the Meitetsu Airport Line. Its ‘uSky Limited Express’ connects the Airport to Meitetsu-Nagoya station in 28 minutes. This station is adjacent to the JR Nagoya Station, allowing for transfers to the Shinkansen high-speed trains to Kyoto & Shizuoka, or transfers to JR, Meitetsu and Kintetsu local trains, as well as to the Nagoya Municipal Subway.
Three high-speed ferry services link Centrair to the west side of Ise Bay. One ferry connects to the passenger terminal in Tsu and takes 40 minutes, another ferry links Matsusake to Tokoname and takes 45 minutes.