Chubu Centrair International Airport, also known as the Central Japan International Airport, is located just 22 miles south of Nagoya.
Nagoya is the largest city in the central Chubu area of Japan, itself the country's third largest province, making Chubu Centrair an important international aviation destination, particularly for business and industry trading or manufacturing in Japan.
Chubu Centrair is one of five airports servicing Japan, and currently welcomes more than 9 million domestic and international passengers a year.
Its main terminal is T-shaped and set over four floors. The ground level of Chubu Centrair is used for catering and ground operations, while the first floor is used for processing arrivals and the second floor for departures. The topper-most floor contains a 'Sky Town' shopping mall with 61 shops and additional restaurant outlets.