Landing at Kansai International Airport is an adrenaline pumping experience. It’s not that the approach is difficult, or that the runway is short, it’s that for a long time, it looks like the pilot is trying to land on water, that’s until the island home of the Kansai International Airport appears on the horizon. Built on an artificial island in the middle of Osaka Bay, the airport was built to be able to withstand the earthquakes and typhoons that can occur in the area, and is connected to the mainland by the Sky Gate Bridge. There’s also a ferry service available to Kobe Airport.
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