Universal Design Facilities
Installations like water fountains, automatic vending machines, and public restrooms have been installed in positions that are easy to use by customers in wheelchairs and by children. Also, some pay phones have Braille instructions and volume adjustment functions.
Elevators with audio guidance, low control panels, and Braille labels have been installed for the convenience of customers in wheelchairs or with visual disabilities.
Moving walkways have been installed in areas after passport control and before Immigration for the convenience of passengers traveling between facilities. (Not available in some parts of Terminal 3.) Audio instructions alert users at the ends of the walkways.
Ramps & Handrails
Our buildings are designed to minimize the need for steps but where they are needed, ramps and handrails also provided beside the steps to enable wheelchair passengers and others to move about freely.
Braille tape has been fixed to the ends of handrails in some parts of the building to indicate their locations.
A priority seating section is provided at each gate lounge area for preferential use by elderly, disabled or pregnant passengers who are waiting to board.
Terminal Shuttle Bus
Terminal Shuttle Buses have low floors so that they are accessible by wheelchair customers.
Signs have been installed throughout the terminals to give directions to facilities and boarding gates. Please follow the signs to your destinations.Monitors are available in various locations for passengers to search information on flights, facilities and procedures.
- List of Facilities for Customers with Walking Disabilities
- List of Facilities for Customers with Visual Disabilities
- List of Facilities for Customers with Hearing and Speech Disabilities
- List of Facilities for Customers with Illnesses and Injuries
- List of Facilities for Customers Accompanied By Children, Expectant Mothers and Senior Citizens