International Flight Departures

  1. 1 Before you get
    to the airport
  2. 2 Check-in
  3. 3 Departure gate
    information
  4. 4 Security check
  5. 5 Customs and
    embarkation
    procedures
  6. 6 To board gates
  1. 1 Before you get to the airport

    The luggage that passengers bring to the airport can be divided into two types: “carry-on luggage” and “checked luggage.”
    There are prohibited items that cannot be shipped on an aircraft as well as restricted items that cannot be brought aboard an aircraft. For a smooth boarding process, prepare your luggage by checking for these items before coming to the airport.

  2. 2 Check-in

    Complete your boarding procedures at the check-in terminals or at the counter before the check-in deadline. (Be aware that check-in deadlines differ according to the airline.)

    Allow plenty of time to arrive at the airport.

  3. 3 Departure gate information

    Terminal 1 has a total of three international departure gates (Departures 1-3) on the fourth floor.
    Complete your boarding procedure at a check-in terminal or at a counter before proceeding to your departure gate.

  4. 4 Security check

    Carry-on luggage inspections and body checks will be performed.

  5. 5 Customs and embarkation procedures

    Passengers who purchased duty-free items at tax-free shops in the market must submit their “export duty purchase record” to the customs counter.

    Make sure to have your passport ready to submit before completing the embarkation procedure. Passengers who have a Japanese IC passport and meet certain conditions, such as being at least 135 cm tall and having the ability to operate a machine by themselves, may use the automated gates (facial recognition gates).

  6. 6 To board gates

    Proceed to your gate area early after checking your boarding pass and gate number on the flight board. Follow the guide to your boarding gate. Use the wing shuttle or walk to your gate.