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Centrair Introducing New Parking Fee System in April: Free After 5 Days

Centrair Introducing New Parking Fee System in April: Free After 5 Days

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On April 1, Chubu International Airport (also known as "Centrair") in Tokoname, Aichi Prefecture will introduce a new parking fee system in which parking will be free starting on the sixth day a vehicle is parked.

Previously, parking starting on the sixth day was free only for reserved parking, but now it will apply to all vehicles in the P1 and P2 areas as part of the new standard system of fees. This means that a flat rate of JPY 7,500 will be charged for any vehicle parked longer than five days. The limit on long-term parking will be extended from 20 days to 30. Parking a vehicle longer than 30 days will require an application in advance and incur an additional fee of JPY 1,000 per day.

The new fee system will also introduce hourly charges incurred after a vehicle has been parked for 24 hours. The previous system was JPY 1,500 per day after two days, but now JPY 300 will be charged every hour for the first five hours of each additional day.

Chubu is the first major international airport in Japan to make long-term parking partially free of charge.

The new fees will apply beginning at midnight on the day after vehicle is parked.

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