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Flights From Cebu To Nagoya

Flight information Mactan-Cebu International to Nagoya

Cheapest return price last month

P13,190

Direct airlines

2

Flights per week

4

Average flight time, total distance 3049 kilometres

4h 10min

Most popular airline last month

Philippine Airlines

Nagoya Chubu Centrair and Nagoya Komaki Air Force Base

2 airports

Nagoya is Japan’s fourth-largest metropolitan area just next to Tokyo, Yokohama, as well as Osaka. It is home to auto-making giants Toyota, Mitsubishi, Honda, and many others. In addition to being an economic superpower, it is also known as a historical as well as cultural wonder, being a place where samurais and ninjas evolved.

 

Because of the abovementioned elements, Nagoya has become a tourism hub that is flocked by tourists from all over the world. Its major draws are the Atsuta Shrine, the most eminent Shinto (the way of gods) shrine that is home to a preserved Imperial grass-mowing sword; Osu Kannon, a popular Buddhist temple that was built between 1192 and 1333; and Nagoya Castle, a stronghold that was built in 1612, it has its own ninja school teach visitors the history, strategies, as well as ninja weaponry.

 

Putting the said factors into consideration, it can be said that Nagoya is the place to be for backpackers as well as seasoned travelers who want to achieve a distinguished vacation that is worth remembering. This is applicable even to those who are coming from the Philippine city of Cebu. However, to ensure that their getaway is as enjoyable and convenient as it can be, it is best for them to take note of a couple of transportation-related matters. Some of them are elaborated below.

 

What airlines fly the Cebu – Nagoya route?

 

At present, Philippine Airlines is the lone service provider that offers flights from Cebu to Nagoya. They serve both direct as well as connecting flights with connecting flights done via Manila.

 

What should passengers expect from the airports?

 

·         Mactan-Cebu International Airport

 

Mactan-Cebu International Airport is the biggest commercial aviation facility in the Visayas, which is a main island in the Philippines. Because of this, it is the one that is primarily used for international travel, particularly those who are from its central region. At present, it has respectable amenities like duty free stores, dining options, ATMs (and other banking facilities), luggage equipment, first aid stations, and more.

 

In the coming years, though, these will be drastically improved thanks to the agreed multi-billion-peso renovation deal that was signed by the government and a private entity. If everything pushes through, passengers will have access to refined amenities that will make international travel from Cebu more comfortable.

 

·         Central Japan International Airport

 

Central Japan International Airport (also goes by the name Chubu Centrair International Airport) is the civilian aviation infrastructure that serves Nagoya City as well as the country’s central Chubu Region. Just recently, a second terminal was built at the southern area of its primary complex to further serve its customers. Existing amenities include an air ticket office, an information desk, a post office, a medical clinic, a police station, currency exchange kiosks, a nursing room, a children’s play area, duty free shops, restaurants, and many others.

 

What about transportation?

 

·         Mactan-Cebu International Airport

 

Commuting to Mactan-Cebu International Airport for a trip to Nagaya is not stressful since the city has a conducive road transportation system. Plus, there are trustworthy transportation alternatives almost everywhere. Passengers can choose from jeepneys or multi-cabs that charge USD .16 or PHP 8.00, buses that charge USD .52 or PHP 25.00, taxis that charge USD 3.20 or PHP 152.00, and rental cars that come with daily rates of USD 37.58 or PHP 1,782.58.

 

·         Central Japan International Airport

 

Visiting Nagoya’s finest attractions and getting around the city is easy thanks to its organized transportation system, wide roads, and the discipline of their motorists. There, passengers can choose from Nagoya Railroad trains (USD 8.52 or PHP 404.10), public buses (USD 13.72 or PHP 650.73), taxis (USD 147.00 or PHP 6,972.21), and rental cars (starts at USD 86.74 or PHP 4,114.16).

 

What about food expenses?

 

Food are more expensive in Nagoya than in Cebu. For instance, a regular meal in a regular restaurant may cost around PHP 374.67 in the former, but only about PHP 200.00 in the latter. To add, a fast food meal may cost approximately PHP 304.42 in Nagoya, but only around PHP 100.00 in Cebu.

 

What are the visa requirements?

 

Filipinos who plan to travel to Japan should bear in mind that they need to obtain the following documents: a passport that is at least six months valid and a visa. The visa would legally enable them to stay in the country for a maximum of 90 days or three months.

 

With regard to the visa application, they are divided into three categories that are carry out succeeding fees: temporary visit visa for visiting relatives, which costs USD 42.16 or PHP 2,000.00; temporary visit visa for visiting acquaintances or tourism, which costs USD 25.30 or PHP 1,200.00; and temporary visit visa for short-term visit affairs, which costs USD 25.30 or PHP 1,200.00.

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