Fukuoka International Airport FUK serves the Kyushu Prefecture of Japan and its City of Fukuoka. It is Japan's third-busiest commercial Airport.
FUK Airport is located in Hakata-ku, 3 km east of Hakata Station, and southeast of the city center of Fukuoka. It is connected to all parts of the city by Kuoka City Subway (a 10-minute ride to the business center). Due to its closeness to residential areas, flights are limited to 7am-10pm.
With around 21 milion passengers a year, and a long runway, Fukuoka Airport is served by a host of domestic and international airlines offering direct flights throughout Japan, as well as to cities throughout East Asia.
Fukuoka International Airport has four passenger terminals: connected Domestic Terminals T1, T2, T3 & separate International terminal IT.
NOTE: WiFi service has been upgraded to SSID's Wi2 (the service also covers international operators iPass, Boingo, AT& & Notava).
Current and future Airport developments: In July 2016 the Government announced that it is seeking to privatize the Airport offering a long-term concession contract. The funds derived from the sale are intended to be used for the construction of a 2.5 km runway (west of the current runway), with landing facilities and guide path.
Furthermore the Government wants to ease current airport congestion, and to obtain more overseas visitors.
Current WiFi service has been upgraded to SSID's Wi2, which includes international operators iPass, Boingo, AT& & Notava).