Kansai International Airport
Kansai International Airport (Domestic)
Domestic departure：Terminal 2 (domestic)
Check-in: 90 min - 25 min before departure
Domestic arrival： Terminal 2 (domestic) arrival lobby
How to access to Terminal 2
Free shuttle bus between Aeroplaza and the Terminal 2 building
Since there is no train connection to Terminal 2, passengers using JR or Nankai lines should exit the wicket and proceed to the right (in the opposite direction to the Terminal 1 building).
Use the free shuttle bus from Aeroplaza on the 1F.
There are limousine buses going to Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 (via Terminal 1).
There is a high speed ferry, the Bay Shuttle, operating that connects Kansai International Airport and Kobe Airport.
From the boat terminal to the Terminal 2 building
After arriving at the Kansai International Airport boat terminal, take a special shuttle bus.
The special shuttle buses are timed to match all ferry services.
From the boat terminal, you will arrive at the Terminal 2 building after going via the Terminal 1 building in approximately 20 mins.
From the Terminal 2 building to the boat terminal
Board a free shuttle bus from the Terminal 2 building, and after arriving at Aeroplaza, purchase a ticket from the high-speed ferry ticket counter on the 1st floor of the Terminal 1 building.
Special shuttle buses going to the boat terminal can be boarded from bus stop No. 12 on the 1st floor of the Terminal 1 building.
*There are no buses directly from the Terminal 2 building to the boat terminal.
It is possible to access Terminal 2 directly by private car or taxi.
For passengers coming by car, please use the "P5" parking lot in front of the Terminal 2 building.
For passengers using taxis, please come to the taxi drop off area of Terminal 2.
Visitors coming to meet or see off passengers are also required to use the parking area for travelers.
If you exit the parking area within 30 mins, parking is free.
After 30 mins, parking fees will be payable and they will be charged counting from time you entered the parking area.