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Chubu Centrair Airport ( NGO ) Terminal Map Information

Chubu Centrair NGO Terminal Map


 The Terminal Layout and Train Station;, International & Domestic Arrivals and Transfer Procedures; Terminal Details, and Airport & Airline Lounges:

The Terminal complex of Centrair Airport consists a Main Terminal and a low-cost-carrier LLC Terminal - to each other. 
- The Central Japan International Airport TrainStation - the Meitetsu Airport Line Express takes passenger within 28 minutes to the Meitetsu - Nagoya station, which is next to the main JR Nagoya station.

- International Arrivals at Centrair Airport
need to go through Quarantine, Immigration (passport check), Baggage Claim (retrieve bags & check against your bag receipt number - contact airline staff if your bag is missing) & Customs (if goods purchased at Duty-Free are under limit, proceed to green lights; if not sure or if good exceed limit, proceed o the red light  (duty payment is at the bank in the immigration area) - all these facilities are next to each other - thereafter, proceed to Level 2's unrestricted area in the Arrivals Lobby, with exit to the Access Plaza. 
    If continuing journey on a domestic flight:  go through quarantine, immigration, baggage claim, Customs; enter the non-restricted Arrivals lobby, take escalaor/elevator there to level 3, pass check-in counters and proceed to domestic check-in, and on to security inspection and domestic boarding.
    If continuing journey on an international flight, with a boarding pass, follow sign "Connections',  go through security check, and proceed to level 3 and on to your connecting gate.
- Domestic arrivals continuing to International departure: pick up bags, take escalator or elevator to level 3; walk staight on to International check-in, security inspection, customs, immigration, and on to boarding area.


The five-level T-shaped Main Terminal at Centrair Airport
has three piers emanating from the central ticketing area. Its Level G - the ground level -houses maintenance, catering, & ground operations. Level 1 houses the Welcome Garden Domestic flights are handled in the Terminal's northern part, while  international flights are handled in the southern part.
    The Access Plaza is in front of the Terminal's Level 3 (Departures level). At the south side it connects to Parking P1 A-G, to high-speed Boat Terminal in the center and to Parking P2 Sections H - M.  At the North Side it connections to the Passenger Terminal in the center, to Centrair Hotel and to Central Japan  Airport Station (Nagoya Railroad /Meitetsu) on opposite sides. To the left of the Information Center are escalators & elevators to Level 1's Bus Terminal, taxi stands & Oralee/Tokome Tourist Info Counter; this area also offers a Family Mart, baggage lockers, ATM machines; Currency Exchange, Global WiFi , Mobile Center & Souvenir order service.
    Level 1 of the passenger terminal houses a shop & an Information desk, and the Welcome Garden from which all other levels can be accessed via escalator & elevator.  The Pier of level 1 connects to the Center Pier Garden at level 2, as well as to all other levels via escalator & elevator.
    Level 2, the Arrivals level,  has a separate Access Plaza leading to both to the Arrivals Lobby, as well as to the check-in counters on level 3. Outside of the Access Plaza is access to  Parking P1 and to the Marine Terminal (for speedy water connections).  The Arrivals area is divided into domestic & International arrivals, and houses the baggage claim area, rental car & tourist information desks, and the  following lounges: Sakura, Star-Alliance, KAL, & Centrair Global. New Muslim prayer rooms (men/ women) are on level 2, in the Arrivals lobby (next to the clinic), in the non-restricted area of International departure.  Prepaid SIM Card vending machines with passport scanning features are available to foreign visitors at the  international arrivals section. 
    Level 3, the Departures level, is connected to the Access Plaza.  It is divided into Domestic & International Departures, has a Departure Lobby with check-in desks (domestic counters K - P at right, counters I, J in the center, and international counters H - A at left.  After checking in, security inspection follows for both domestic & international departures on opposite sides.
  At the International Departure side, Customs inspection and Information counter follow thereafter. To the left are a number of lounges, internet kiosk, children's play area, currency exchange, and access to gates 19-24. After duty-free shops and Sakura & Star Alliance lounges, there is access to gates 12-18. 
   At the Domestic Departures side, after security inspection, are a children's play area, internat kiosk, a number of massage chairs, Centrair Lounge, Electronic Plaza,  and access to gates 2-11.
    Level 4, Sky Town - a shopping center with Sky Deck. The Sky Town shopping center, which is accessible to the general public, has more than 60 shops and restaurants organized into the ‘Renga-dori Street’ and the ‘Chochin-yokocho Street’. The Chochin-yokocho shops have individual themes with an authentic Japanese look. To get the ultimate relaxation, watch planes take off and land in the bathhouse called ‘Miya-no-Yu’, which also has a restaurant and a Refresh Salon.

Banking Currency Exchange
 - The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ offers both banking and currency exchange services, located at the Departures Lobby, level 3.
 - Centrair Currency Exchanges are available in the Departure Lobby,, and at South Wing - level 3
 - Travelex is available at Access Plaza and after international security check on Level 3

Airport & Airline Lounges (Sakura, Star Alliance, KAL, Centrair Global,  & Centrair Airline):
- Sakura Lounge at Level 2, is at post-security, level 3, international departures, near entrance to gates 12-18. Offers the following business services: Wi-Fi, iPad, personal computer, fax machine, copier, & 10 modular outlets. It also has a massage therapist, along with automatic massage chairs.  Eligibility:  JAL first- & business-class passengers; JAL Global members (includes one additional  person); JMB Diamond and Sapphire members (includes one additional  person).
- Star Alliance Lounge is right next to the Sakura Lounge. Business services include LAN WiFi service, power outlet, printer & fax machines, & massage chairs.  Eligibility:  First- & business-class passengers on international flights, and Star Alliance Gold members.
- KAL Lounge: take elevator after passing through Immigration, at left to level 2, International Flights. Business services include LAN WiFi, cble adapters (by request), & massage chair.  Eligibility: first- or business-class passengers, Sky Team Elite Plus members who board Sky Team flights, Airport Angel & Priority Pass members, and select Diners Card members.
- Centrair Global Lounge: take elevator on the left to level 2 after passing through security check. Business services include LAN WiFi & fax & copy machines.   Eligibility: Passengers of China Eastern Airlines, China Airlines, Delta Air Lines & Cathay Pacific Airways.
- Centrair Airline Lounge (for domestic flights) - ANA & JAL (check with your airline if qualified) - is immediately after security check, near gates 2-8 entrance. It offers LA WiFi access, fax & copy machines.  Eligibility:  Air Asia X, Air Berlin, Air China, ANA All Nippon, American Airlines & Asiana Airlines - but check with your airline first. 

The new  LCC Terminal - intended for domestic low-cost airlines - is located next to the south wing of the Main Terminal's international gates and also function as an alternate terminal during peak hours.