The Fukuoka Airport is a large international airport that consists of four different terminals - Terminals 1 to 3 handles domestic flights and the International Terminal is on the opposite side of the runway (complimentary bus transfer service is provided). The airport is home to various duty-free shops, restaurants and plenty of modern travel facilities that passengers can enjoy. If you are looking for a place to freshen up, the Relaxing Lounge Time in the Domestic Terminal offers paid-access to enjoy the nap rooms and showers. There is also a KAL Lounge in the International Terminal if you would like to purchase a lounge pass. Complimentary WiFi is provided throughout the airport and travellers who wish to rest in somewhere more comfortable may opt for the Hyatt Regency Fukuoka which is located approximately 10 minutes away from the airport.
Flights to Fukuoka Airport, Japan (FUK)
A large number of flights arrive into the Fukuoka Airport each day and the majority of these flights are from domestic destinations like Tokyo and Nagoya as well as international gateways like Singapore, Hong Kong and Seoul. Popular airlines that fly into this airport include All Nippon Airways, Japan Airlines and Fuji Dream Airlines.
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Travelling to and from Fukuoka Airport to Fukuoka’s city centre
The Fukuoka Airport is located just two stops away from Hakata Station and five stops away from Tenjin Station - as such, one of the most popular ways to get from the airport to downtown is via the use of subway. The ride should take approximately 5 and 11 minutes respectively and it should cost around SGD 3 (USD 2.30). Alternatively, you may also opt for a bus that is operated by Nishi-Nippon Railroad for the same price - the journey should take around 20 minutes. The most convenient (which is also the most expensive) option would be to flag down a taxi but this will cost you around SGD 25 (USD 18.20) and take approximately 25 minutes. For information on car rentals, please check out the Car Hire page.
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