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|Komatsu Airport is one of the strategic regional airports in Japan. Originally a base for Imperial Japanese Navy during the Second World War, Komatsu Airport is a joint public-owned and military airport.
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Route Inn Grantia Komatsu is 3.5km from the Komatsu , which is just a 5-minute drive from the airport. Some of the wonderful facilities in the Route Inn Grantia Komatsu include spacious, fully air-conditioned room, Wi-Fi, tennis court, and a driving range. Located 3.8km from Komatsu , this hotel is just a 5-minute walk from the West Exit of the JR Komatsu Train Station. Modern rooms, public bath, sauna, Wi-Fi, and Japanese Style or Western Style buffet breakfast are some of the standout features of the Komatsu Grand Hotel.
About Komatsu Airport
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In addition to hosting HIACT and serving as an international cargo distribution center, Komatsu Airport has an expansive domestic network that connects Komatsu City and neighboring cities and towns to many other Japanese cities, including Sapporo, Hiroshima, Nagoya, Osaka, Sendai, Fukuoka, Matsuyama, Asahikawa and Niigata. Komatsu Airport also has an international network that connects the Hokuriku region to Taipei, Seoul and Shanghai.
As the largest airport in the Hokuriku region, Komatsu Airport is one of the busiest airports in the region, with millions of passengers traveling through this medium-sized airport annually. Over 2 million passengers are estimated to cycle through Komatsu Airport every year, making this airport the central hubs of many airlines.
Some of the passenger airlines servicing Komatsu Airport include EVA Air, Air Do, Japan Airlines, IBEX Airlines, Korean Air, All Nippon Airways, and China Eastern Airlines. Cargolux is among the cargo airlines that service Komatsu Airport.
A unique feature of Komatsu Airport is the Airport and Aviation Plaza. This plaza houses a museum that showcases several different airplane models, decommissioned airplanes, and other aviation-related artifacts. Having access to the Airport and Aviation Plaza is completely free; no fee is charged to gain entrance into the museum.
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