Central Japan International Airport (Centrair) (NGO)
The airport opened in 2005 and was the 3th airport in Japan built on a man-made island.
The island is located 35km (22 miles) south of Nagoya in Ise Bay.
The airport was given the nickname ‘Centrair' after a public naming competition.
Airport website: www.centrair.jp
from Nagoya by airplane to :
Trains are the fastest means of transport between the airport and central Nagoya.
The Nagoya Railroad takes you from Nagoya Station to Centrair in only 28 minutes.
The Airport Station is connected to the terminal building by a levelled connection passage.
It takes 30-40 minutes to drive from central Nagoya to Centrair.