A self-service Wi-Fi rental "WiFiBOX" that allows you to easily rent a mobile Wi-Fi router without contact will be newly installed in the arrival lobby on the 1st floor of the Naha Airport Passenger Terminal Building, and the service will start from February 1, 2024 (Thursday). We would like to inform you.
This is the first installation in Okinawa Prefecture, bringing the total number of WiFi BOX installation locations to 67 facilities and 74 locations. Going forward, we will continue to actively install these systems at domestic airports, stations, commercial facilities, etc., with the aim of further improving convenience for our customers.
Naha Airport Passenger Terminal Building Domestic area 1st floor arrival lobby Next to the north escalator Domestic flights It will be installed next to the escalator near the arrival gate "B" and next to the automatic foreign currency exchange machine.
Available pick-up/return times
It follows the opening hours of the Naha Airport Passenger Terminal Building.
Naha Airport Passenger Terminal Building Official Website
Naha Airport is Okinawa Prefecture's air gateway and boasts the second largest number of passengers in 2022 after Haneda, New Chitose, and Fukuoka. There are 31 routes operating nationwide from Hokkaido to the remote islands of Okinawa. In addition, the number of passengers in fiscal 2022 will exceed 10 million for the first time in three years, recovering to about 80% of the pre-coronavirus (fiscal 2019) level.
Even before the coronavirus outbreak, Okinawa Prefecture had been ranked high in the "Prefecture Attractiveness Ranking" and is a popular tourist destination for both domestic and international travelers as a resort destination. As the number of inbound foreign tourists is expected to increase in the future, as well as domestic travelers, overseas travelers from Japan, and business travelers, WiFi BOX will be installed to meet the needs of even more users. It was become a thing.
Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism Airport Management Status Report https://www.mlit.go.jp/koku/15_bf_000185.html