Cheap Flights From Luzon Clark International to Nagoya
Flight information Luzon Clark International to Nagoya
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Average flight time, total distance 2747 kilometres
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Nagoya Chubu Centrair and Nagoya Komaki Air Force Base
Nagoya is the capital of Aichi Prefecture in Japan and the fourth most populous city in the country. It is also Japan's leading industrial centers. There are many major industries that started in Nagoya. These include Japanese giants like Toyota Motor Corporation and Noritake. Nagoya also has a rich cultural history evident in its top tourist attractions. Built at the beginning of the Edo Period, Nagoya Castle is a prominent landmark of the city. Although most of the structures are not original as they were heavily damaged during the war, the faithful reconstruction is a marvel. The museum at the castle complex is a must-visit for its wealth of information about the city’s history. Something to note is the cherry blossom gardens in the park surrounding Nagoya Castle. Another “hanami”or flower-viewing spot in the city is the Tsuruma Park. Other places that should not be missed in Nagoya are the Atsuta Shrine and Tokugawa Bijutsukan, or the Tokugawa Art Museum.
Flying From Clark International to Nagoya
Currently, there are no direct flights that fly from Clark International to Nagoya. There are airlines that operate connecting flights between the two cities. These airlines include Asian Airlines and Korean Airlines which fly from Clark to Nagoya via Seoul Incheon. The flag carrier, Philippine Airlines also flies from Clark to Nagoya with stops at Cebu and Manila. There are several other airline combinations that can take you from Clark to Nagoya. Find the best fares now by signing up for Skyscanner Price Alerts to get the best deals on airfares!
Budget Airlines that fly from Clark International to Nagoya
Currently, there are no budget airlines that serve the route from Clark International in Pampanga to Nagoya, Japan.
Departure from Clark International Airport (CRK)
Clark International Airportis the primary international airport serving the Clark Freeport Zone and the Central Luzon Region. It is conveniently accessible from many cities in Luzon, including some parts of the National Capital Region. Currently, the airport is not served by rail services, but there are plenty of bus companies that operate routes to the airport. From the neighboring towns and cities, travelers can take jeepneys for a minimal fare of PHP 15.00 or taxis at PHP 500.00. Passengers coming in from as far as Metro Manila can take a bus ride from the Trinoma Mall for PHP 250.00 for a one-way trip. Travel time from Trinoma Mall to Clark International is about an hour, depending on traffic.
There is a PHP 600.00 terminal fee and a PHP 1650.00 travel tax for all departing passengers on international flights. Please ensure that you have your passport, visa and other travel documents ready. After completing your check-in and immigration procedures, travelers can enjoy the good range of food outlets and shops while waiting for your flight.
Arrival at Chubu Centrair International Airport (JNGO)
Chubu Centrair International Airport is an airport on an artificial island in Ise Bay in Aichi Prefecture. It is approximately 35 km south of Nagoya in central Japan. Centrair is the main international gateway for the Chubu or central region of Japan. In 2005, Chubu Centrair took over almost all the international and domestic flights from the former Nagoya Airport.
Centrair Airport is located about 40 kilometers south of Nagoya but is conveniently connected with Nagoya and various places across central Japan by public transportation. The Meitetsu Airport Line runs an airport express service directly to the Central Japan International Airport Station. The one-way journey between Nagoya Station and Central Japan Airport by Meitetsu Railways takes 30 minutes and costs 870 Yen (PHP 382.62) for a non-reserved seat and 1230 Yen (PHP 540.95) for a reserved seat. Bus services are also available with prices ranging from 1000-1200 Yen (PHP 440.67-527.75). A taxi ride into the city costs approximately 12,500 Yen (PHP 5277.54).
What to Expect in Nagoya
The best months for travel in Nagoya are in spring (March to May) or autumn (September to November). The autumn season is when there are many outdoor activities planned in the city's beautiful parks. Hanami season is in April.
In Nagoya, there are any number of restaurants and other eateries, which can provide you with a good meal in different price ranges. However, the cost of a meal in Japan is still much more expensive than in Clark. A meal in an inexpensive restaurant in Nagoya would cost 700 Yen (PHP 308.00) compared to PHP 150 for a similar meal in Clark.
This information is correct as of January 2017.
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