Flight Plan

‘Osaka’s Kansai has some much needed calm’

| Updated on January 20, 2018 Published on May 17, 2016

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Subin Subaiah, Global CEO, Spuul

Subin Subaiah is the CEO, Spuul Global, a Singapore-based studio-neutral aggregator that purchases Indian TV and film content.

My favourite airport:

Kansai International Airport, Osaka, Japan.

What I like about it:

There is something very Zen-like about Kansai! There is this wonderful silence about the airport even though it is relatively small for the number of passengers it handles. So one would expect a constant bustle, but au contraire, you glide through in surreal silence. It brings a much needed calm to one of the most stressful features of our lives — travel. The Japanese pride is ubiquitous throughout the airport. You are navigated with a sense of efficiency that demonstrates that they are respectful of your time.

What could be improved:

One could add eateries and shopping outlets but I would not mess too much. Love it as it is.

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Published on May 17, 2016
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