The Miyako islands are located approximately 300km(190miles) southwest of Okinawa Main Island (the prefectural capital, Naha), approximately 130km(80miles) northeast of Ishigakijima, and 400km(250miles)east of Taipei, Taiwan. You can access to miyakojima by flights.
There are about 20 flights operate the below airlines from the Okinawa Main island (Naha) and a directflight (JTA) from Tokyo(Haneda) :One round service in the daytime or nighttime. The flights of Ryukyu Air Commuter (RAC) are also available to Taramajima Ishigaki.
The number of flights varies according to the season. Please visit the website of each respective airline for details.
Airlines Websites Time required Reservations/ Information 
JTA Miyakojima  Tokyo   ( Approx.3hrs. )
Miyakojima  Naha ( Approx. 45mins. )

TEL 0570-025-071
TEL to Naha 098-863-8522

ANA Miyakojima  Naha ( Approx. 45mins. )
Miyakojima  Ishigaki ( Approx. 30mins. )

TEL 0570-029-222
TEL to Naha 098-861-8800
SKYMARK Miyakojima  Naha ( Approx. 45mins. ) TEL 050-3116-7370
TEL to Miyako 0980-73-9500
RAC Miyakojima  Naha ( Approx. 45mins. )
Miyakojima  Ishigaki ( Approx. 35mins. )
Miyakojima  Tarama ( Approx. 25mins. )
TEL 0570-025-071
Miyakojima district has subtropical oceanic climate with hot and humid weather, and it is relatively warm in the winter. Wind that blows from the sea moderates intense heat in the summer.
It is warm through the four seasons, boasting an annual average temperature of 23.3 degrees (73.94F) and the annual average humidity become 79%.

It is the coldest days from January to February and the average of the minimum temperature is 15-16 degrees (59-60.8F) It is in the rainy season from around the middle of May to the end of June. After the rainy season is over, the full-blown summer has come, a heat and a tropical night last around September.
A strong typhoon tends to attack particularly around September during a typhoon season in summer and autumn.
When it comes to October, the morning and the evening are getting cooler.
"Flock of Grey-faced Buzzard", which is a common feature of an autumn in
Miyakojima, come flying from the mainland Japan as a stop point for the winter in Southeast Asia.