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Late night airport arrival

Sydney, Australia
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6 posts
16 reviews
Late night airport arrival

It appears as though we arrive from Sapporo on the last arriving flight of the day at Hiroshima Airport.

Although my research tells me that a Limo Bus leaves around 30 minutes after our scheduled arrival at 21:00, there is none after that. I'm anxious that we'll miss it due to flight delays, winter weather etc:

Can anyone kindly advise of a driver with a mini-van or SUV that will meet us and take us into Hiroshima? There's 5 adults travelling. I know it 'aint going to be cheap.

Destination Expert
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30 reviews
1. Re: Late night airport arrival

The last bus is scheduled at that time specifically to accommodate the last flight of the day. There is really no reason to miss that bus.

If the flight is delayed, ANA or JAL will arrange land transportation for you.

Worst case, ask people there to call 2 taxis for you.

Tokyo, Japan
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2. Re: Late night airport arrival

If the flight is delayed, the bus departure is also delayed.

At these Japanese smaller airport, flight schedule and grand transportation schedule are coordinated. First bus allows you to catch the first flight, last flight allows you to catch the last bus.

Sydney, Australia
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16 reviews
3. Re: Late night airport arrival

Excellent. I was hoping you'd both say that the bus will wait. Thanks for your time.

4. Re: Late night airport arrival

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