The 2019 G20 Summit takes place for the first time in Japan on June 28th and 29th. World leaders from Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Republic of Korea, Republic of South Africa, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States of America, and European Union (EU) come together to discuss subjects such as trade and investment, climate change and digitalization.
Traveling to the G20 Summit
The primary entry airport will be RJBB/KIX/Kansai Airport. Due to diplomatic restrictions, flights to and from the USA will be serviced from the secondary airport RJOO/ITM/Osaka Airport. Jetex recently announced our newest location in Osaka where we can make all the necessary arrangements for private jet travel – including permits, fuel uplift and handling services at Kansai International.
From 25 June 2019 1500Z until 30 June 2019 1500Z, all aircraft operating to Osaka/RJBB are not permitted to remain for parking unless they are:
- Scheduled flights (Commercial airlines)
- Passengers are participating in the G20
- Emergency landing or ambulance flights.
- Aircraft with prior special permission
Jetex at Osaka Kansai Airport can support your flight with a full range of services including Ground Handling, Security services, FBO customs & immigration and Quarantine (CIQ) facilities, fuel uplift and 24/7 operations. Our team can also assist with crew travel arrangements in Osaka, including hotel bookings and transportation.
Extend your stay
If you are looking to travel to Japan and enjoy more of its history, gastronomy and landscapes our Jetex Experience team can design your personalized Japan itinerary. Relax in the Onsen Hot Springs in Nagano or enjoy views over Tokyo while you enjoy a spa treatment at the Mandarin Oriental.