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Cheap Flights from Tokyo Narita to Sapporo Chitose

Flight information Tokyo Narita to Sapporo Chitose

Cheapest roundtrip price last month

C$106

Non-stop airlines

10

Flights per week

124

Average flight time, total distance 790 kilometers

1h 35min

Most popular airline last month

Jetstar Japan

Sapporo Chitose

1 airport

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Flying between Japan's cities of Tokyo and Sapporo is a fast trip, lasting less than 2 hours by air. Each week, there are 140 flights between Tokyo's Narita International Airport (NRT) and Sapporo's New Chitose Airport (CTS). Five airlines offer direct flights between these two cities, including All Nippon Airways, Japan Airlines, Jetstar Japan, Spring Airlines Japan, and Vanilla Air. Due to this route's considerable popularity, it's often possible to find cheap flights between NRT and CTS.

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Inside: Narita International Airport

Narita International Airport (NRT) is Tokyo's main international airport, although the nearby Haneda Airport still hosts more passenger traffic. NRT is located in the town of Narita, Japan, which sits 60km outside of Tokyo itself. With its immense trio of terminals, Narita Airport is a state-of-art facility, which provides flights to many of the world's biggest metropolises.

Inside Narita Airport, travellers can discover a wide array of amenities. Besides wonderful restaurants and delightful shops, you'll also find some unique things at NRT. Every day, there are cultural events, gallery exhibits, and performance art in all three terminals. These displays change frequently, so even if you've been to Narita Airport before, you're in for a new surprise each visit!

Check-In: Narita International Airport

Tokyo's Narita Airport recommends that travellers arrive at least 2 hours early for their flight to Sapporo, Japan. While this is a domestic flight, Narita Airport is frequently crowded, so it's best to leave ample time to reach your departure gate. Most of the major airlines allow travellers to begin the check-in process online. However, when you reach NRT, you'll still have to drop-off your baggage and pass through security.

To board the plane to Sapporo, passengers must present proof of identification. For Japanese citizens, a passport isn't required if you have another form of government-issued photo ID. However, international travellers do need a passport to be accepted on-board.

What to Expect Upon Landing in Sapporo, Japan

Only Japan's 5th busiest airport, New Chitose Airport (CTS) is situated 48 km away from Sapporo in a town called Chitose. This airport hosts mainly domestic flights and non-stop trips to other Asian countries. When your plane from Tokyo lands at CTS, you will disembark inside the airport's domestic terminal.

To reach Downtown Sapporo, New Chitose Airport is well-connected by public transportation. There are plenty of rapid-service trains and bus companies, which provide many trips per hour. If you'd prefer to drive into Sapporo, the trip takes about 45 minutes to an hour. Skyscanner can help travellers find affordable car hire services on-site and even book a gorgeous, top-rated hotel in Sapporo, Japan.

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