Routes Asia 2017

The route development forum for Asia

Okinawa, Japan
19 – 21 March 2017

Getting to Okinawa

With Naha's International Airport development, Okinawa is set to become the leading gateway between Asia and Japan. Currently providing over 120 direct flights per week to 9 cities across Asia, servicing 15 Carriers and over 1.65M passengers a year.

Within Asia

Direct connections to Okinawa Naha Airport are available from all across Asia, with flights from Busan, Seoul, Beijing, Shanghai, Hangzhou, Hong Kong, Fuzhou, Kaohsiung City, Taichung and Taipei as well as multiple direct connections from mainland Japan.

Flying from the rest of the World

With Tokyo Haneda International Airport acting as a gateway, passengers from over 30 cities around the world can access Okinawa with just one stop, including from Kuala Lumpur and Manila.    

Direct flights from the following areas of the globe access Tokyo Haneda Internation Airport where passengers can then pick up internal flights to Okinawa;

Flying from the Middle East

Those based within the Middle East can easily connect with flights from both Dubai and Doha, Qatar.

Flying from Europe

For our European delegates there are a number of options available, with flights from Frankfurt, London, Munich and Paris.

Flying from the Americas

And finally, those based within America can fly direct from many cities, including San Francisco, Los Angeles, New York (JFK), Toronto, Vancouver and Chicago to name a few.

Learn more as to why Okinawa was chosen to host Routes Asia 2017, also marking the very first destination in Japan to host the Routes Asia event.