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|Locale||Kansai International Airport, Kansai, Japan|
|Transit type||People mover|
|Number of lines||2|
|Number of stations||6|
|Began operation||September 4, 1994|
|Operator(s)||Kansai International Airport Co., Ltd.|
The Wing Shuttle (ウイングシャトル, Uingu Shatoru) is a people mover system at Kansai International Airport in Osaka, Japan. The system opened on September 4, 1994, with the opening of the airport itself. The driverless people mover lines link the main terminal building and the tips of two wings. All the stations are equipped with platform screen doors. Unlike the wheel-less Terminal 2 Shuttle System in Narita International Airport, the system in Kansai is a conventional people mover with wheels. Cars operate roughly once every 2 minutes and each route is 545m long. This is the only airport people mover in Japan.
There are two lines, each running on the North Wing and the South Wing. Both lines have two services; one each terminates at midways, another each terminates at tips. Stations of two lines share same names, although all of them are different stations.
|Station name||Japanese||To Midway||To Terminal||Gates|
|Shuttle Station||本館駅||+||+||16, 101 to 103|
|Midway Station||中間駅||+||-||1 to 3, 12 to 15|
|Terminal Station||先端駅||+||4 to 11|
|Shuttle Station||本館駅||+||+||26, 27, 41, 111 to 113|
|Midway Station||中間駅||+||-||28, 29, 38 to 40|
|Terminal Station||先端駅||+||30 to 37|
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