Fukuoka Flights

Fukuoka Airport (FUK) is the fourth busiest airport in Japan - after the two airports in Tokyo and the main airport of Sapporo - and serve both international and domestic flights. The airport is located very close to the city and you can reach the center in 11 min by metro, also there is a bus schedule and taxis outside the arrival terminal. Fukuoka airport operates 25 domestic flights and 17 international below you can see some of the most popular routes and the airlines which operate it.

Fukuoka is the tenth most populated city of Japan It is the result of the unity of two cities, when the port city of Hakata and the former castle town of Fukuoka were united into one city called Fukuoka.

If you are not that into fancy restaurants and you want to mix and mingle with the locals then it is definitely time for the best food stroll in Yatai Fukuoka's open air food area.  It is not just another attraction but it has been transformed into a symbol. The exquisite outdoor colorful atmosphere is ready to offer you a variety of typical Japanese dishes.  There are over 150 Yatai scattered across Fukuoka but the best place to find them is on the southern end of Nakasu Island. Typical dishes will tickle your palate such as grilled chicken skewers (yakitori), hot pot (oden) and most famously Hakata Ramen, a local noodle dish featuring relatively thin ramen noodles in a pork bone based soup (tonkotsu)

Japan is ideal for any kind of shopping whether we are talking about technology or even if we are talking about fashion. Canal City Hakata is a large shopping and entertainment structure, calling itself a "city within the city". More than 250 shops, are welcoming the tourists daily. Cafes restaurants, a theater, game center, cinemas, two hotels and a canal running through the complex offer limitless choices.

A trip to Fukuoka is   not all about futuristic buildings; business and shopping. The city hides in its interior a great history that is worth being discovered.  Shofukuji has the primacy of being the first Zen temple constructed in Japan. It was founded in 1195 by the priest Eisai, who introduced the Rinzai sect of Zen Buddhism from China into Japan. Although it is prohibited to the visitors to visit the interior of the temple, visitors can walk through Shofukuji's attractive temple grounds and enjoy the buildings from outside.

If you wish to wander around the city then simply make a stop to The Momochi Seaside Park Its Fukuoka's modern waterfront area with wide, tree lined streets, futuristic buildings and public parks. The area's primer   sights are concentrated within a perimeter around the Fukuoka Tower and the Hawks Town entertainment complex, which are located about a kilometer apart. Fukuoka Tower is 234 meters tall   is far and away the city's highest building. An observation deck is located at 123 meters from where visitors can enjoy a breathtaking panoramic view of the surrounding city and Hakata Bay.

International Direct Flights to Fukuoka
China Airlines from Taipei

Singapore Airlines from Singapore
KLM from Amsterdam
Korean Air from Seoul

Cathay Pacific from Hong Kong
Korean Air from Busan
Thai Airlines from Bangkok
Air Busan from Busan
Air China from Beijing
Philippine Airlines from Manila
ANA from Seoul
Delta from Honolulu

Domestic Direct Flights to Fukuoka
From Tokyo operated by airlines: ANA, Japan Airlines, SFJ, SkyMark
From Osaka operated by airlines: ANA, Japan Airlines
From Matsuyama operated by airlines: Japan Air

From Nagoya operated by airlines: ANA, FDA

From Sapporo operated by airlines: Japan Airlines, SkyMark, ANA

From Kansai (Osaka) operated by airlines: ANA, Peach Aviation, Jetstar

Fukuoka flights


Domestic from 90 $ (Return)



Search Your Flights Here