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Kitakyushu (KKJ) Airport

Kitakyushu KKJ Airport Overview

Kitakyushu Airport KKJ, opened in 2006, serves Kyushu Island and the city of Kitakyushu and is mostly a domestic airport. It is built on an artificial island in the Suo Gulf.
The Airport is located 3 km east of the city of Kitakyushu, situated on the northeast shore of Kyushu Island. The Airport is accessible by a 2.1 km toll-free bridge connecting to the Higashikyushu Expressway via the Kanda-Kitakyushukuko interchange.

With a long runway and an estimated 3 million passengers a year, Kitakyushu Airport is served mainly by  a number of airlines offering direct and connecting flights to all parts of the globe.
The two-level Passenger Terminal at Kitakyushu Airport has a barrier-free design.
The first level is the Arrivals level with domestic & international baggage claim areas, Immigration & Customs Inspection,  and separate Domestic & International Arrivals Halls with a rental car desk in the international section.
The second level is the Departures level, housing  a  Departure Lobby check-in desks, and security check, leading to both the domestic & the international waiting areas and to the gates.The level 2 boarding gate offers a caffee with light meals for late night/early mornings,  while in the Departure lobby is Cafe Rosen. Also, six stores are disbursed on level 2.
The third level houses a modern restaurant and a ramen bar.
The observation deck is open 6:30am-9:30pm, but charges a small fee; it includes a footbath open 10am-6pm.

Parking options at Kitakyushu Airport are available in the parking lots across from the passenger terminal, with 1,750 spaces for regular cars, 4 for large-size cars & 20 for motorcycles.  Disabled parking for 20 cars is next to the passenger terminal entrance.  For more parking information call 093 551 4947 during business hours.

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