Central Japan International Airport is located on a man-made island 35km (22 miles) south of Nagoya.
Ise Bay, Aichi Prefecture
Dialling code: +81
Telephone: (05) 6938 1195.
Lufthansa at the airport
How to get there
It takes approximately 40 minutes to drive from central Nagoya to Central Japan International Airport. First, head south on the Nagoya Expressway, then merge onto the Chita Peninsula Road, before finally following the Centrair Line westwards to the airport.
The fastest means of transport between the airport and central Nagoya, the Nagoya Railroad (www.meitetsu.co.jp/eng) transports passengers from Meitetsu Nagoya Station to Central Japan International Airport in as little as 28 minutes. Tickets must be purchased before travel at a vending machine for a fee of ¥870. The Airport Station is connected to the terminal building by a walkway.
Buses to many destinations in the region, which are operated by a number of different companies, leave from outside the terminal building. The transfer time into Nagoya is about one hour, and the fare is around ¥1,400. Detailed information on other destinations is available from the airport information desks and on its website.
Shared-ride minibuses, known as Noriai taxis, operate to a number of destinations in Nagoya and Ishikawa prefectures.
Taxi ranks are located directly outside the Access Plaza, on the second level. A taxi information desk is positioned next to the central information counter on the second level for bookings and information. The fare to central Nagoya is around ¥15,000.
Long and short-term rates are available at the multistorey P1 and P2 car parks that are linked to the terminal by a walkway. Reservations can be made via the airport website or by contacting the parking office (tel: (05) 6938 7830).