Cheap Flights from Osaka to Tokyo Narita
Flight information Osaka to Tokyo Narita
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Average flight time, total distance 476 kilometers
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Flying out of Osaka
Itami Airport is officially known as Osaka International Airport (ITM) and is the primary domestic airport for the city of Osaka and the surrounding region. Kansai International Airport (KIX) is an international hub for the region and is located 38 km southwest of Osaka Station, on an artificial island. Direct flights from Osaka to Tokyo Narita run several times a day from Kansai and Itami airports . Main airlines operating this route are JetStar, Japan Airlines, and Peach Aviation. You can always find the lowest prices on flights from Osaka to Tokyo Narita by using Skyscanner’s flight search feature. All you have to do is tell it when you want to fly. If you already know when you want to fly, sign up for price alerts from Skyscanner. You will get notifications when the price of your chosen flight rises and falls to help you monitor prices and get the best deal on flights.
You can get to Osaka International Airport by taking the Osaka monorail, a public bus, taxi, or private car. Kansai Airport is accessible by train, bus, taxi, private car, or high-speed ferry from Kobe Airport or Awaji Island. Both airports have shopping, dining, banking, and wi-fi. Download Skyscanner’s mobile app to keep you connected to the best travel deals no matter where you go. Passengers should check in for flights to Tokyo Narita 90 minutes before the scheduled flight departure, but this can vary with airline. Canadians traveling on flights within Japan should present a valid passport.
Arriving at Tokyo Narita Airport
Passengers arriving at Tokyo Narita International Airport (NRT) from Osaka will not have to clear customs and can go directly to baggage claim. The airport has shopping and dining, and offers free wi-fi in both terminals. You can get to the city from Narita airport by train, bus, taxi, or private car. If you have obtained an International Driving Permit prior to your arrival in Japan, you can rent a car to explore rural areas where public transit doesn’t reach or has intermittent service.
Osaka and Tokyo share the humid subtropical climate zone, with hot humid summers and cool mild winters. There is not a substantial difference in temperature between the two cities. Both cities can see typhoons, and have significant rainfall, especially during the rainy season in the fall for Tokyo, and early summer in Osaka. Passengers arriving in Tokyo from Osaka will not need to prepare for a different climate. There is no time difference between Osaka and Tokyo, so jet lag should not be a problem. In general, prices for similar goods and services are lower in Osaka than Tokyo.
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