Aiports of Tokyo, Japan

Tokyo has 2 main airports:

- Narita (65 km eastward)

- Haneda (near Tokyo bay).

from Tokyo by airplane to :

Beijing
in 3 h 40 min
Shanghai
in 2 h 05 min
Seoul Nagoya Sapporo
Hong Kong
in 4 h 30 min
Taipei
in 3 h 30 min
Manila

Kuala Lumpur Bangkok
in 6 h 15 min
Brisbane
Vancouver
in 8 h 25 min
Jakarta
7 h 25 min
Singapore
in 6 h 50 min
Auckland
in 10 h 30 min
Honolulu
in 7 h 35 min
Seattle
in 8 h 35 min
Mumbai
Sydney San Francisco
in 9 h 25 min
Minneapolis
5.953 miles
in 10 h 50 min
Dubai
Melbourne
in 10 h 15 min
Los Angeles
in 10 h 10 min
Chicago
in 11 h 30 min
London
in 12 h 15 min
Paris
in 11 h 50 min
Amsterdam
in 12 hours
Frankfurt
in 12 hours
New York
in 12 h 30 min

 

Tokyo - Narita Airport (NRT)

Departures - Arrivals - Airlines - Terminals - Location - Railway

Airport website: narita-airport.or.jp

Airlines: Japan airlines - ANA

Tokyo's major airport is the New Tokyo International Airport, also called Narita Airport. It is located about 65 km (about 40 mi) east of Tokyo.

It opened in May 1978 as a replacement for the overcrowded Haneda Airport

Narita Airport is reached by two railways, the Narita Line and the Keisei Line.

Narita is also important as an air freight port, particularly for imports of fresh foods, magazines, and newspapers.

In 1998  the airport recieved 24 441 365 passengers.

 

Tokyo - Haneda Airport (HND)

Airlines: Japan airlines - ANA

Haneda Airport, located along Tokyo Bay south of downtown Tokyo, is the city's primary airport for domestic travel.

HND recieved 51 240 704 passengers in 1998.

Tokyo Airports

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