Centrair Airport opened on February 17, 2005 emerging as a
gateway to the sky for Central Japan.
Centrair Airport, Japan
Japan's Centrair Airport will connect the economic sphere of Central Japan,
which has accumulated Japan’s representative manufacturing industries
beginning with the automobile industry, to various locations in Japan and
all over the world. At the same time it will act as a crucial center for the
exchange of people and commodities.
Japan’s 3rd maritime airport after Nagasaki Airport and Kansai Airport. It
is situated 35km south of Aichi prefecture’s Nagoya City, on the ocean of Ise Bay of Chita Peninsula’s Tokoname City. It is a top-class airport that
parallels Narita International Airport and Kansai International Airport.
Planes can take off and land at convenient times of origin or destination.
Freight crafts can take off and land during the night, improving the
efficiency of the flow of goods.
Thanks to the long runway, planes with more passengers or more freight can
directly fly longer distances (East Coast of the U.S.A., Southern Europe,
and North Africa) from Centrair Airport
International Airport code for Centrair Airport: NGO