is a railway station shared by Nankai Electric Railway Co., Ltd. and West Japan Railway Company (JR West) at Kansai International Airport in Tajiri, Sennan District, Osaka Prefecture, Japan. The northern end of the platforms extends into the city of Izumisano.LayoutThis station has an island platforms serving 2 tracks for each company.Nankai airport limited express trains "Rapi:t" depart mainly from Track 1.HistoryThe station opened on June 15, 1994, two and a half months before the opening of the airport. During this initial period, the station was open to the public but only airport employees and related personnel were allowed to leave the station concourse (a similar situation to Umi-Shibaura Station in Tokyo).Since the mid-2000s, there have been plans to link Kansai Airport Station and central Osaka by a new underground railway line tentatively called the Naniwasuji Line, which would run between Namba and Shin-Osaka. In 2010, government calculations indicated that the new line would reduce travel time from Umeda to Kansai Airport to as little as 41 minutes, versus the current 56–68 minutes. The station is also one of the proposed terminals for the Hokuriku Shinkansen high-speed rail line.
ANA 大阪(関西)空港 - Osaka(Kansai) AirportDistance: 0.2 mi詳しくは 大阪府 Izumisano-shi, Osaka
The is a railway line between Hineno Station and Kansai Airport Station in Japan, operated by the West Japan Railway Company (JR West) and owned by Kansai International Airport Co., Ltd. between Rinkū Town and Kansai Airport. It opened on June 15, 1994.Basic dataRailway signalling: AutomaticCTC centers: Kansai Airport Operation Control CenterCTC system: Safety Urban Network Traffic System (SUNTRAS)TrainsLocal and rapid service trains use 4-car 223-0/223-2500 series and 225-5000 series trainsets.Kansai Airport Limited Express Haruka use 6- or 9-car 281 series trainsets.Nankai Electric Railway trains use the track between Rinkū Town and Kansai Airport.