Cheap Flights from Tokyo to Vancouver in 2019
Flight information Tokyo to Vancouver
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Average flight time, total distance 7539 kilometers
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Vancouver International, Vancouver Coal Harbour and Vancouver Boundary Bay
Air Canada, American Airlines, Japan Airlines, and All Nippon Airways all offer nonstop flights from Tokyo to Vancouver. These flights originate from Narita International, with additional service offered by All Nippon Airways from Haneda Airport. A number of other airlines, including United Airlines, Cathay Pacific, Delta, Korean Air, and Air China, offer flights to Vancouver from Tokyo, leaving from both international airports in Japan. These flights include one or more stops.
Tokyo Airports Information
Narita International Airport
Narita International Airport is the main international gateway airport in Tokyo and handles about half of Japan's international passenger traffic. It is the main international hub for Japan Airlines, All Nippon Airways, and Nippon Cargo Airlines.
Tokyo to Vancouver flights leave from Terminals 1 and 2, depending on the airline. There are many dining and shopping options in these terminals, with Terminal 2 housing the largest duty-free mall in Japan. Shower rooms and nap rooms are available for travellers wishing to refresh themselves before embarking.
Haneda has two domestic terminals and an international terminal from which flights to Vancouver depart. Check-in is at the international departures lobby on the third floor. There are a number of facilities available at the international passenger terminal, such as massage chairs, a refreshment salon, a clinic, first aid station, and a pharmacy.
Passengers can take advantage of the many dining and shopping options available in the international departure area. Purchase last-minute gifts at one of the 30 or more duty-free shops, with well-known brands such as Coach, Chanel, and Gucci being well represented.
Terminal Information for Vancouver International Airport
Upon arrival in Vancouver, Canadian residents and visitors should head to passport inspection at the Canada Border Services counter. Canadian residents and passport holders can use the Automated Border Clearance kiosks for quicker service. The next step is to go to baggage claim, where there are free baggage carts. After that, passengers should hand their customs declaration form to the Canada Border Services Officer and exit to the public greeting area.
What You Need to Know
Travellers can get to both airports in Tokyo by train, monorail, shuttles, or taxis, and it is recommended that passengers on flights to Vancouver from Tokyo get to the airport at least three hours before departure time. Travellers have to undergo customs inspection when leaving Tokyo, and they must declare foreign goods or cash in excess of one million yen being taken out of Japan.
Visitors to Tokyo must have an embarkation card, which they show along with their passport and boarding pass at the outbound control counter. They should arrive at the departure gate with plenty of time to spare and pay attention to announcements for when there are any changes to their flight information.
What to Expect in Vancouver
The best way to get around Vancouver is by foot, bike, or public transportation. Visitors can hop on the SkyTrain's Canada Line right from the airport and head straight into the city centre with three downtown stations: Waterfront, Vancouver City Centre, and Yaletown.
Once in downtown, the Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden offers up year-round beauty for visitors, and the Vancouver Aquarium lets guests feed beluga whales.
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