Kansai Airports


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Legible customer information signs

The following improvements were adopted on information signs in the passenger terminals to make them clearer and more familiar to passengers from a wider number of countries.

1. Enlarged fonts

Fonts (Japanese) on general signs are enlarged.

2. Signage in four languages

Most signs are in Japanese, English, Chinese, and Korean.

3. Color coding

International service signs are dark blue, domestic signs are deep red, commercial facilities signs are green and the rest of the signs are grey.

Font sizes and color coding (Kansai Airport Station concourse)
<Font sizes and color coding
(Kansai Airport Station concourse)>
Signage in 4 languages (Passenger terminals)
<Signage in 4 languages
(Passenger terminals)>

<Giant banners are erected and are color coded (4th floor, passenger terminal)> <Giant banners are erected and are color coded (4th floor, passenger terminal)>
<Giant banners are erected and are color coded (4th floor, passenger terminal)>


As of 1st April, 2016, Kansai Airports succeeded the operating right for both Kansai International Airport and Osaka International Airport. Please note that the name of the previous operator, New Kansai International Airport Company, Ltd., is described in some materials and articles related to previous operation.