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Tokyo is a prominent business, cultural and political hub in East Asia. Tokyo Haneda Airport and Narita Airport are the two main airports in Tokyo.
We did the research and found useful information about both Tokyo international airports, airlines flying into Tokyo and the best transport options to get from the airports to the city.
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Tokyo flight FAQs
What are the closest airports to Tokyo? Tokyo Haneda Airport is 15 kilometres from Tokyo while Narita Airport is 65 kilometres from the city centre. Japan Airlines and Jetstar fly to Narita Airport, whereas Qantas and All Nippon use Haneda Airport.
What airport transfer options are available from Haneda Airport? Haneda Airport is facilitated by Keikyu Airport line and Tokyo Monorail, both of which are convenient options. They take around 30 minutes to reach the inner city and cost $6-$11. Taxis from Haneda range from $75-75 while shared limos cost $8-$11. Door-to-door airport shuttles are also available from $44.
What airport transfer options are available from Narita Airport? The Narita Express takes around an hour to get to the city and costs $28-$33.
Taxis cost $310-$370 while shared limousine buses cost $11-$35. Airport transfers cost around $61 from Narita Airport.
Uber is also available throughout Tokyo, though fares are quite similar to what taxis charge.