Airport Guide Komatsu Airport

Updated: 2019/10/25

Terminal Map

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2nd Floor

In the departure lobby, there are toilets, a nursery, elevators, escalators, stairs, telephones, a smoking room, shops, restaurants, a book store, and drug shops.Once you pass through security check from the domestic flight departure entrance, there are Sakura Lounge, toilets, elevators, stairs, telephones, a smoking room, shops, and cafe.In the international flight area, there are security check point, immigration check point, toilets, TAX free shops, immigration screening point, and stairs.

1st Floor

In the arrival lobby, there are domestic flight check-in counters, international flight check-in counters, toilets, toilets (wheelchair accessible), elevators, escalators, stairs, telephones, information counters, car rental counters, a police station, banks, ATM, baggage lockers, baggege delivery service counter, cafe, and shops.In the baggage claim area, there are toilets, toilets (wheelchair accessible), elevators, stairs, and telephones.In the international flight , there are baggage claim, and customs.You can find a postbox outside.


Passengers arriving by a flight from South East Asia and so on should submit the questionnaire on health.


On embarkation, fill out an Entry Card with required matters and show your passport. ( Passengers with Japanese passports are no longer requested to fill out and submit their disembarkation cards.)

Baggage Claim

Go to the 1st floor and on the notice board, check the number of the turntable where the baggage of your flight comes out, and then receive your baggage.


If you have nothing to declare, proceed to the green inspection counter. Show your passport and undergo a check by an inspector. You may be questioned about your destination, purposes and so on. If you have anything exceeding the extent of tax exemption, proceed to the inspection counter with a red lamp on and submit a completed custom declaration form.



Undergo an X-ray inspection of the Check-in baggage, and check in by showing your airline ticket and passport at a JAL counter dedicated to your class on the south side of the departure floor on the 3rd floor of the main building.

Security check

There is an X-ray inspection of your carry-on baggage and a body-check.


Present your completed embarkation/entry card, passport and boarding pass. (Passengers with Japanese passports are no longer requested to fill out and submit their embarkation/disembarkation cards.)