Wheelchair-accessibility information

To disabled visitors
Efforts to ensure the Osaka International Airport is barrier-free

Barrier-free construction of the Terminal Building was completed at the Osaka International Airport in June, 2004.
This is just part of the ongoing efforts made by the Osaka International Airport to become an airport where all visitors can enjoy the facilities in comfort and ease.

Sloped hallways

Sloped hallways

Sloped hallways

Passageways with a more difficult slope are also equipped with a lower slope path.
Rest areas are also available along the way.

Handrails

Handrails

Handrails

Two, varying-level handrails are disposed in the Terminal Building. This is more convenient for children and adults varying heights.
The wooden handrails were selected for their comfort when gripped. The tops of the handrails have Braille guide seals that indicate the destination.

Elevators

Elevators

Elevators

All elevators are barrier-free. Equipped with glass windows, mirrors, handrails, Braille markings and operation panels for visitors in wheelchairs.

Lavatories

Lavatories

Lavatories

Multi-function lavatories (*1) are available in 17 locations throughout the Terminal Building.

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Multi-function lavatories: Lavatories equipped with one individual room including an audio-guidance system, ostomate equipment, handrail, sink, baby seat and others.

Universal seat

A multipurpose seat enabling disabled visitors to change diapers.

Locations

Guide panels

Guide panels

Guide panels

Guide panels in the Terminal Building are easy to see with the large letters. Guide panels give information in five languages, namely Japanese, English, Korean and Chinese (simplified Chinese, traditional Chinese)

View of barrier-free training given to terminal employees.

View of barrier-free training given to terminal employees.

View of barrier-free training given to terminal employees.