Location details, contact information, airlines, departure and arrival flight status, transportation, facilities and services, parking, special passenger amenities, nearby hotels and answers to passengers' frequently asked questions.
Kansai International Airport, opened on 4 September 1994, is an air island serving the Osaka urban area. In addition to some domestic flights, it operates international destinations in Asia, the Middle East, Oceania, Europe and the United States.
Official Website: kansai-airport.or.jp
Number of Terminals - 2 - Terminal 1 (domestic and international flights) and Terminal 2 (low-cost flights), open 24 hours a day. Free shuttle buses are available between the two terminals, which can also be reached on foot via Sora Park.
Annual passenger traffic: 3 million passengers went through it in 2021.
Information booths on the second and fourth floors of Terminal 1 and on the ground floor of Terminal 2, plus courtesy phones for assistance. Tourist office in the south wing of the first floor of Terminal 1, from 7:00 am to 10:00 pm (Tel +81 724 566 160).
The airport is located on an artificial island in Osaka Bay, linked to the towns of Sennan and Izumisano by a bridge and situated 50 km (31 miles) southwest of Osaka.See Map
Car rental desks are located in the Aeroplaza, accessible through the second floor of Terminal 1.
Short and long-stay areas and motorcycle-only spaces are available in P1. The first 30 minutes of stay are free of charge. Electric vehicle charging stations at P1, P2 and P5. Tariffs
P1 & P2 - Multi-level facilities with direct access to the second floor of Terminal 1.
P3 & P4 - Open-air sectors on both sides of the Aeroplaza.
P5 & P6 - Car parks located in front of Terminal 2.
Passengers requiring wheelchairs or special assistance should inform their airline of their needs in advance of their arrival. There are adapted toilets, lifts, Braille signage and reserved spaces in the multi-level car parks.
Latest updates: November 13, 2023