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Cheap Flights to Osaka Kansai International Airport

Cheap Flights to Osaka Kansai International Airport

Located 50 kilometres southwest of the city of Osaka, Osaka Kansai International Airport (KIX) is the second largest air facility in Japan. The airport is served by more than 50 airlines and receives flights from over 70 cities in North America, Europe, Asia, and Australia.

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Best Time to Book a Flight to Osaka Kansai International Airport

Osaka sees a boost in crowds during the hot summer months, when most of the city's outdoor events and festivals take place. You can expect hotels and airfare to be expensive during this time. The least expensive time to book a flight to Kansai International Airport is during winter (January to March), but the sun sets as early as 5:00 at this time of year, making outdoor sightseeing difficult.

Travelling during May, after Golden Week, provides the best chance at lower airfare, beautiful weather, and excellent sightseeing opportunities. If you already know when you want to fly to Osaka, Skyscanner's Price Alert tool can notify you of ticket price fluctuations so that you can book the lowest possible fare.

Airlines That Fly to Osaka Kansai International Airport

Among the dozens of major airlines offering flights to Osaka Kansai International Airport are Air China, Air France, All Nippon Airways (ANA), Cathay Pacific, Delta airlines, KLM, Lufthansa, and United Airlines. For more information about airlines that fly into Kansai, click here.

What to Expect When Arriving at the Airport

Kansai International Airport consists of a single terminal building that serves all arrivals and departures for domestic and international flights. International Arrivals is located on the first floor, while Domestic Arrivals is located on the second floor. Restaurants and shops are located on the third floor of the terminal building.

Transportation options for getting to the city centre include the Airport Limousine Bus service, which connects Kansai International airport to various destinations in and around Osaka, the Nankai Rapid train, which runs to the city centre in about 45minutes, and the JR Airport Express train, which serves most of the major train stations in Osaka. There are also two ferry services that connect the airport island with nearby Awaji Island.

Airport Facilities

Included in the wide selection of services and amenities in Kansai International Airport's huge terminal building are over 110 retail shops, 35 eateries, duty-free shopping, ATMs, bars, and coffee shops. Information desks are located on each floor and are manned by knowledgeable staff who speak multiple languages. Free WiFi is available throughout the airport.

What to See and Do in Osaka

As Japan's leading business and commercial hub, the city of Osaka offers plenty of entertainment, sightseeing opportunities, world-class dining and shopping, and a buzzing nightlife. Particular points of interest are the Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan aquarium, the arcades in the underground shopping mall, and the Universal Studios theme park. Need a place to stay in the city? Search Skyscanner's deals on hotels in Osaka.

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