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Pros: Crew was nice, and we landed in JFK an hour earlier
Pros: Seat was great!
Cons: Long flight this good to offer drinks and snacks between meals
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Top tips for finding cheap flights to Tokyo
- Looking for cheap airfare to Tokyo? 25% of our users found return tickets to Tokyo for the following prices or less: From Brisbane $610, from Sydney Kingsford Smith $629, from Melbourne $636
- Book at least 4 weeks before departure in order to get a below-average price.
- High season is considered to be January, February and December. The cheapest month to fly to Tokyo is March.
- When planning flights to Tokyo it is important to keep in mind that there are two airports in Tokyo – Narita International Airport (NRT) and Haneda International Airport (HND). Haneda Airport is situated a shorter distance from central Tokyo, but Narita Airport is more popular for international flights which makes it well connected with the city.
- To reach the centre of Tokyo from Narita International Airport quickly, the Keisei Skyliner should take you into the city in under an hour. Another option is the JR Narita Line Train that departs every hour; it takes approximately 90 minutes to get to the city centre and is a more budget-friendly option.
- Travellers who wish to refresh after their flight to Tokyo will find showers at both Haneda and Narita International Airports. The shower facilities are open 24/7 so it does not matter what time you arrive and want to use them. Using the shower for 30 minutes costs 1030 JPY (or around $12), which includes all the necessary toiletries.
- If you want to relax and charge your phone while at Haneda International Airport, head to @TIAT Station in the international airport where, apart from the power outlets, you can use massage chairs and comfortable desks for computers.
- Flying to Tokyo with your furry friend? Book them a spot in the Pet Hotel at Haneda or Narita International Airport. Apart from taking care of your pet while you are away, the staff can also provide it with some beauty treatment. Pet Inn Royal at Narita Airport is also just a few steps away from a veterinarian clinic in case your pet needs medical care.
FAQs - booking Tokyo flights
How long is the flight to Tokyo?
|Flights from Brisbane||9h 12m|
What is the cheapest flight to Tokyo?
The cheapest airline ticket to Tokyo from Australia in the last 72 hours was $565 return on the route Melbourne to Tokyo. The most popular route is Sydney to Tokyo and the cheapest ticket found on this route in the last 72 hours was $2,100 return.
Which airlines fly to Tokyo?
In general from Australia, Japan Airlines, LATAM Airlines and ANA fly the most to Tokyo. The most popular route is from Sydney, and LATAM Airlines, ANA & Japan Airlines fly this route the most.
Which Tokyo airport is closest to central Tokyo?
Tokyo is served by 2 major airports. Tokyo Haneda (15 kilometres) is the closest to the centre of Tokyo and Tokyo Narita Airport is 56 kilometres away from the centre. View on map.
Is there a hotel at Haneda International Airport?
If you have to spend the night at the airport or have a late flight to Tokyo and want to avoid the trouble of transferring to the city centre, the Haneda Excel Hotel Tokyo is located in Terminal 2. Royal Park Hotel The Haneda in the International Terminal is another option for travellers in transit, while for those who are travelling on a budget there is capsule hotel First Cabin Tokyo Haneda.
How do I transfer to the centre of Tokyo from Haneda International Airport?
Both terminals at Haneda International Airport are served by the Tokyo monorail; the trip to Hamamatsucho Station takes around 15 minutes and from there you can change to other lines depending on your final destination. Those who are not in a hurry can take a bus, which takes about 40 minutes to reach the centre – but take into account that there might be delays due to traffic.
What are the eating options at Narita International Airport?
You will find a wide range of restaurants at Narita International Airport that should satisfy your tastes. Apart from Japanese options like Nanosato, you will find Seiyoken with Chinese cuisine and Jewel specializing in pasta. If you want a fast meal, go to Subway or Bagel & Bagel.
Does Narita International Airport provide services for families with kids?
Parents who are travelling to Tokyo with their children can rest assured that Narita International Airport is well accustomed to small passengers. Each terminal features Kids Parks where children can burn off their energy and have a fun time before the flight. For those travelling with infants there are also nurseries with breastfeeding booths, changing stations and washbasins.
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