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Cheap Flights to Chubu Centrair International Airport

Cheap Flights to Chubu Centrair International Airport

Chubu Centrair International Airport (NGO) is the main international gateway to central Japan, serving over ten million passengers per year. Also known as Nagoya Airport, the airport is located on a man-made island about 35 km from the city of Nagoya. Booking a cheap flight to Nagoya is made simple with Skyscanner's travel tools. To see all flight routes available to you, enter your starting destination and travel dates into Skyscanner's flight search tool, using airport code NGO as your final destination. You can then filter your results by airline or travel time, or sort the list by price to find a flight that best fits your budget.

Best Time to Book a Flight to Nagoya

Tourists generally enjoy visiting Nagoya in the spring when the weather is warm and comfortable. Between the end of March and the beginning of April is also when the city's beautiful cherry blossom trees generally bloom. The summer and fall months are warm-to-hot in terms of temperature but can be quite rainy. June and July are generally the wettest months. From November to March, the weather ranges from cool to cold. Snowfall does occur in the winter but only in small doses.

Airlines that Fly to Chubu Centrair International Airport

Chubu Airport is served by dozens of Asia's top airlines, including Cathay Pacific, EVA Air, All Nippon Airways, and Singapore Airlines. You can connect to NGO from major domestic cities and from countries like China, Korea, and Taiwan. Select cities in Europe and North America are also available. Air Canada Rouge operates direct flights from Vancouver to Nagoya seasonally, in the summer and fall months.

Arriving at the Airport

Nagoya's airport terminal is uniquely shaped like the letter "T", with one side reserved for domestic flights and the other for international flights. Arrivals are on the second floor of each section. You can expect the arrival procedures to take between 15 and 30 minutes.

For all your transportation-related needs, head to the Access Plaza, which is directly connected to the passenger terminal. Taxis, busses, and rental cars can all be booked at this transportation centre. Taxi rides into Nagoya generally take between 45 and 60 minutes and will usually cost over $150 CAD. The taxi pickup point is located just outside of the Plaza. Since the airport is located on the water, you can also take a high-speed boat to certain locations for a reasonable rate.

Chubu Centrair International Airport Facilities

Chubu Airport is well-equipped to handle all passenger needs. If you're coming off a long international flight, you can grab a quick coffee, stop by one of many currency exchange booths, and check your messages with the airport's free Wi-Fi. There are also three hotels located on the island. One is directly attached to the airport and the other two are within a few minutes' walk.

If you are at NGO for a layover, you'll have time to explore some of the airport's other incredible amenities, like the "Bathhouse with a View", a relaxing bathhouse where you can watch airplanes arriving and departing. Throughout the terminal, you'll also find restaurants offering everything from traditional Japanese cuisine to North American fare. Tourists can also spend hours shopping at the dozens of great shops and stands.

What to See and Do in Nagoya

Nagoya is well known for its many fun and informative museums, like the Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology and the Nagoya City Science Museum. Attractions featuring animals, like the Higashiyama Zoo and Botanical Gardens, are also quite popular, especially amongst travelling families. Nagoya Castle is, by far, one of the most popular tourist attractions in the city. As a shining example of Japanese architecture, the castle is definitely a must-see.

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