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For those looking to travel to Tokyo on public transport, we recommend travelling via train from Narita Airport Terminal Station. While buses and taxis are available from outside the terminal, the train system is a quick and convenient mode of transport into Tokyo.
For those looking to travel to the airport from Sydney city, we recommend travelling on the Sydney Airport Link train. Running throughout the day, the train is generally cheaper and faster than travelling via taxi. Alternatively, there are several bus services that can take you into the city such as the Route 400 and the Route 420.
Tokyo Narita International Airport (NRT) is a hub for several airlines, including Japan Airlines which travels the route from Sydney to Japan.
For passengers travelling with children, make sure to make the most of the airports Kids Parks and nurseries available in all terminals. There is also a Baby Carriage Rental service available free of charge from the Information Counters.
There are children’s play areas available in Terminal 1, the International Terminal, for travellers journeying with children. There are also parents’ rooms and nursing facilities located throughout the airport.
Sydney airport is called Sydney Kingsford Smith and the only airport in Tokyo Narita Airport is Tokyo Narita.
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SkyTeam, oneworld, and Star Alliance are the airline alliances operating flights between Sydney and Tokyo Narita Airport, with SkyTeam being the most commonly used for this route.
The two airlines most popular with KAYAK users for flights from Sydney to Tokyo are Singapore Airlines and Cathay Pacific. With an average price for the route of $1,387 and an overall rating of 8.6, Singapore Airlines is the most popular choice. Cathay Pacific is also a great choice for the route, with an average price of $1,360 and an overall rating of 8.0.
KAYAK is a travel search engine. That means we look across the web to find the best prices we can find for our users. With over 2 billion flight queries processed yearly, we are able to display a variety of prices and options on flights from Sydney to Tokyo Narita Airport.
KAYAK’s flight Price Forecast tool uses historical data to determine whether the price for a flight to Tokyo Narita Airport from Sydney is likely to change within 7 days, so travellers know whether to wait or book now.
Hacker Fares allow you to combine one-way tickets in order to save you money over a traditional return ticket. You could then fly to Tokyo Narita Airport with an airline and back to Sydney with another airline.
Sometimes travel dates aren't set in stone. If your preferred travel dates have some wiggle room, flexible dates will show you all the options when flying to Tokyo Narita Airport from Sydney up to 3 days before/after your preferred dates. You can then pick the flights that suit you best.
Everything went smooth. All flights were on time No changing gates, . No changing flights . It was like a completely different airlines tha n the last time I used Cathay Pacific . The last flight, 2 months ago, I had before this one was from Philippines also . I got changed in Manila and was told it only added 2 hours onto my flight . My 20 hour return trip ended up being 30 hours return with a 10.0 hour layover in New York with no seats anywhere . Everyone was sleeping or sitting on the floor . Unlike the hotel I was given in Manila to wait for this flight home . I never thought I would use Cathay Pacific again . But I did and this time you were great! I should have complained about the flight and layover from Hell a couple months ago. Consider that I am complaining about that august/23 flight now . Thank you got the great flying experience on my way home from philippines .
We requested special assistance and Cathay Pacific provided it in Sydney, but we were completely forgotten about in Hong Kong - when we really needed the help to catch our connecting flight. Really disappointing service.
We recently flew on FIJI AIRLINES, what a breath of fresh air! From their customer service at the ticket counter/ Baggage check to the flight attendants on the plane! When I bought the tickets they were the least expensive too! I took a picture of one of the flight attendants scoop up a very fussy baby and walk her around the plane, to give her parents a break. I would love to submit, but don’t know how. Meals were great, also complimentary beer and wine was a pleasant surprise!
check-in at sydney was a bit disorganized. one well-dressed woman appeared to be in charge, staring at others who were not ready and checking in passengers. one person at business class check-in, was sarcastic and only mentioned the gate assignment, no bother to mention the lounge access etc... the crew on board was stellar. so polite, helpful and respectful. the meals were great, endless beverages, and the a350 is spectacular with the seat/bed, amenity kit, television, bedding, headphones. first time flying fiji airways- honolulu- fiji-sydney, and sydney-fiji-los angeles, all in business class. their fares are much more affordable than other carriers. hopefully, one day, they will use a widebody aircraft from honolulu- fiji, since it is a nearly 7-hour flight and the 737-max 8, although comfortable, would be better with a widebody plane.