Cheap flights from Tokyo

At once ultra modern and historic, Tokyo is a city of contrasts. With more than 37 million people, Tokyo is the world's largest city and it is served by two major airports, Narita and Haneda. Both airports are individually among the busiest in the world and combined they form the third-largest airport system in the world behind London and New York City. So if you are looking to fly out of Tokyo to any major city on the planet, there is a good chance that you will be able to find a direct flight. If you use the route map feature you can get a good idea of how many places you can fly to from Tokyo. Skyscanner's Everywhere Search is another great way of letting your imagination run wild in order to find the cheapest flights from Tokyo.

Flying Out of Narita International Airport

Narita International Airport is Tokyo's main airport serving overseas destinations. Most of the world's major airlines fly to Narita and it is a hub for Japan Airlines, All Nippon Airways, Jetstar Japan, Peach, Vanilla Air, Delta Air Lines, and United Airlines. The airport has three terminals and which one you fly out of depends on which airline alliance your airline is a part of. Star Alliance members use the South Wing of Terminal 1, while SkyTeam uses the North Wing of Terminal 1. OneWorld carriers fly out of Terminal 2. Terminal 3 is used mainly by low-cost airlines, including Jetstar. The fastest way to get to Narita is via train, with the Narita Express connecting the airport to popular destinations in Tokyo, including Tokyo Station, Shibuya, Shinjuku, and Yokohama. The Skyliner train travels from Ueno and Nippori Stations. Both lines will get you to the airport in less than an hour and stop at both Terminals 1 and 2. Taxis are slower and more expensive, but easier to use and less crowded than Tokyo's vast rail network.

Flying Out of Haneda Airport

Haneda Airport is primarily a domestic airport, but it does have a large number of international flights on offer, with many international carriers serving the airport. Because Haneda is closer to central Tokyo, getting to it also tends to be easier than getting to Narita. A fast and scenic option is the Tokyo Monorail, which connects all three of Haneda's terminals to Hamamatsucho station.  Alternatively, the Keikyu Line offers direct service to important destinations like Yokohama and Shinagawa. Due to Tokyo's heavy traffic, taking a taxi is usually a lot longer (although more comfortable) than taking the train.

Where Is Popular to Fly to?

Think of a major city anywhere in the world and there is a good chance you will find a direct flight there from either Narita or Haneda. If you want to see the wonders of China, including the Forbidden Palace and the Great Wall, then consider flying to Beijing.  Five airlines offer direct flights to the Chinese capital from Narita, while four airlines fly there from Haneda. Beautiful and romantic Paris is also a popular destination from both airports. Meanwhile, if you want to take in the sights of the Big Apple you will find two airlines each from Haneda and Narita that fly direct to New York City. Wherever you end up, make sure you find your hotel with the help of Skyscanner.

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