The Nagoya Chubu Centrair International Airport or also known as Central Japan International Airport opened in February 2005 replacing the old Nagoya Airport. The old airport is now named Nagoya Airfield and all commercial flights and the IATA code (NGO) moved to the new airport.
The airport has a single runway and one main terminal formed in the shape of a T. Domestic flights are handled in the northern part of the terminal and international flights in the south. The terminal has three floors: departures are on the third, arrivals on the second and the first floor is used for maintenance and passenger buses. An LCC terminal opened in the summer of 2014. With well over 11 million passengers it is Japan's 8th busiest airport.
The Nagoya Chubu Centrair International Airport is located on an artificial man-made island a few km of the coast about 35 km south of Nagoya.
The Chubu Centrair Airport has its own train station: the Central Japan International Airport Station on the Meitetsu Airport line. An express train will take you to the Meitetsu Nagoya station (next to the main JR Nagoya station) in just 28 minutes. One-way ticket is JPY 1200.
A shuttle bus operates as well: the Centrair Limousine shuttle bus will stop at central Nagoya and several large hotels. A ticket costs JPY 1000 for adults and 500 for children and travel time is about an hour.
A taxi from Chubu Centrair International Airport to Nagoya Station is about JPY 15.000.
Website of the airport taxi company : 15000.