The city of Nagoya is easily accessible from both within Japan and without. See below for information when planning your trip to Japan.

Shinkansen (Bullet train):

For delegates already in Japan, Nagoya can be easily reached via the Shinkansen (Bullet train) national network. We recommend using hyperdia.com for train times and fees when traveling around Japan.

Tokyo Station to Nagoya Station: ~100 minutes
Shin-Osaka Station to Nagoya Station: ~55 minutes

International Flights

Delegates can book discounted flights with oneworld, the official airline alliance of IACCP2016

oneworld®, the premier global airline alliance, brings together 15 leading airlines from around the world – airberlin, American Airlines, British Airways, Cathay Pacific Airways, Finnair, Iberia, Japan Airlines, LAN Airlines, TAM Airlines, Malaysia Airlines, Qantas, Qatar Airways, Royal Jordanian, S7 Airlines and SriLankan Airlines. Together with around 30 affiliate members, oneworld’s network currently serves more than 1,000 destinations in 155 countries.

See here for further information about the delegate discount.

International Airports:

Chubu Centrair International Airport (NGO)

Chubu Centrair International Airport is the closest international airport to Nagoya City and is easily accessible by train, bus or car. The airport operates flights to 42 destinations in 22 countries. The airport is served by major international airlines including Cathay Pacific, Delta, Finnair, Ethihad, Asiana, Singapore Airlines, Thai Airlines, Lufthansa, ANA, and Japan Airlines.

By Train to Nagoya Station
Central Japan International Airport Station, the train station for Centrair is located on the Meitetsu Airport Line operated by Meitetsu. The fastest “μSky Limited Express” service connects the airport to Nagoya Station in 28 minutes – allowing transfers to Shinkansen high-speed trains bound for Tokyo and Osaka, the Higashiyama and Sakura-dori Subway Lines, as well as other local bus & rail services.

    From International Arrivals go left, then turn right and walk down the slope.
    At the bottom of the slope the train station entrance is on your left.
    The limited express is “μ-SKY” (Myu-SKY). All seats are reserved and it takes 28 minutes to Nagoya.
    Other limited express services have some cars with non-reserved seats, and only a few cars have reserved seats. It takes about 35 minutes to Nagoya. The fare is 1,230 Yen by reserved seat, and 870 yen by non-reserved seat.
    Get off at Meitetsu Nagoya.

Further information can be found at www.meitetsu.co.jp/eng/airport-access

By Coach to City Center Hotels
Centrair Limousine provides direct bus service to and from central Nagoya, Sakae, and major hotels (with stops at Fushimi‐cho, Hilton Nagoya, Nagoya Kanko Hotel, Sakae, and Nagoya Tokyu Hotel).[22] Travel time is around one hour, and the charge is 1,000 JPY for adults and 500 JPY for children. Reservations are not required.
Further information can be found at http://www.centrair.jp/en/to_and_from/access/bus.html

Narita International Airport (NRT)

Narita is the biggest airport in Japan and is located about 45-60 minutes outside of Tokyo. It handles many international flights from around the world and delegates wishing to fly in to or out of Tokyo can reach Nagoya by rail, bus or airplane. Delegates wishing to travel to Nagoya by bus or train will first need to make their way to Tokyo Station.

Kansai International Airport (KIX)

Kansai International Airport is located about 45 minutes outside of Osaka city and is accessible by limousine bus and rail lines. Delegates wishing to fly in to or out of Kansai International Airport can reach Nagoya by rail, bus or airplane. Delegates wishing to travel to Nagoya by bus or train will first need to make their way to Shin-Osaka Station.

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