Tokyo Airport, Narita Airport, Tokyo Narita Airport

Tokyo Airport, Narita Airport, Tokyo Narita Airport Narita International Airport (成田国際空港 Narita Kokusai Kūkō?) (IATA: NRT, ICAO: RJAA) is an international airport serving the Greater Tokyo Area of Japan. It is located 57.5 km (35.7 mi) east of Tokyo Station and 7 km (4.3 mi) east-southeast of Narita Station[2] in the city of Narita, and the adjacent town of Shibayama.

Narita handles the majority of international passenger traffic to and from Japan, and is also a major connecting point for air traffic between Asia and the Americas. The airport handled 35,478,146 passengers in 2007

Tokyo Narita Airport

Narita International Airport (成田国際空港 Narita Kokusai Kūkō?) (IATA: NRT, ICAO: RJAA) is an international airport serving the Greater Tokyo Area of Japan. It is located 57.5 km (35.7 mi) east of Tokyo Station and 7 km (4.3 mi) east-southeast of Narita Station[2] in the city of Narita, and the adjacent town of Shibayama.

Narita handles the majority of international passenger traffic to and from Japan, and is also a major connecting point for air traffic between Asia and the Americas. The airport handled 35,478,146 passengers in 2007.[3] It is the second-busiest passenger airport in Japan,[3] busiest air freight hub in Japan,[4] and ninth-busiest air freight hub in the world.[4] It serves as the main international hub of Japan's flag carrier Japan Airlines, All Nippon Airways and Nippon Cargo Airlines. It also serves as an Asian hub for US-based carriers Delta Air Lines and United Airlines. Following United's merger with Continental Airlines, the airport will become United's tenth largest hub. Under Japanese law, it is classified as a first class airport.

The airport was known as New Tokyo International Airport (新東京国際空港 Shin-Tōkyō Kokusai Kūkō) until 2004, but was commonly called "Tokyo Narita" even before it was officially renamed to differentiate it from Tokyo International Airport, commonly called "Tokyo Haneda."

Here you'll find essential information on Tokyo Narita Airport, including contact details, airport transfer facts, details of airport facilities, and how to get there.

Email address:  naa1@naa.go.jp

Airport news: A new high-speed rail link, Narita Sky Access, opened in July 2010, cutting the journey time from Tokyo to the airport by a third; it now takes just 36 minutes.

Transfer between terminals: A free shuttle bus links the two terminals.

Driving directions: The airport is situated on the Shin-Kulo Expressway, which has links to the Higashi-Kanto Expressway and Route 295, and to nearby cities, including Tokyo.

Information:

There are several information desks in both terminals. A tourist information counter (tel: (04) 7630 3383) is available in Terminal 1.
Website:
www.narita-airport.jp/en
Public Transport
Public transport rail:

Rail: Passengers should check which terminal they require before setting off for the airport as the terminals have separate railway stations: The Narita Airport Station (Terminal 1) and the Airport Terminal 2 Station. The newly-opened high speed Narita Sky Access (tel: (04) 7632 8501; www.keisei.co.jp) service is the fastest option between the airport and Tokyo; journey time is 36 minutes. Keisei Electric Railway (tel: (04) 7632 8501 or 348 763: www.keisei.co.jp) provides services to Keisei Ueno in central Tokyo, as well as a direct service to Haneda Airport. Japan Railways (tel: (04) 7633 1630 or 7634 6008; www.jreast.co.jp) operates the reservation-only Narita Express as well as non-reservation rapid trains which serve Tokyo and regional destinations.
Public transport road:

Bus: Shuttle buses operate to Haneda Airport, Tokyo Station, Shinjuku Station and major hotels in Tokyo, as well as direct services to other cities such as Sendai, Utsunomiya and Omiya.

Taxi: Taxis and limousines are available at the airport.
 
Terminal facilities
Money:

Both terminals have banks, ATMs, bureaux de change and a post office. Coin-operated Internet terminals, Wireless Internet access, mobile phone hire, telephone, fax and photocopying services are available in both terminals.
Food:

There is a good variety of Japanese and Western restaurants, as well as cafés, fast-food outlets and bars.
Shopping:

There are a number of shops, including duty-free, in both terminals.
Luggage:

Luggage storage services, as well as luggage lockers, are available in both terminals. For inquiries about lost luggage, contact the airline or one of the airport's information desks.
Other:

These include medical clinics, a dentist, baby-change facilities, nurseries, children's play areas, showers and sleeping rooms.
Airport facilities
Conference and business:

Terminal 1 has a business centre which provides fax, photocopying, Internet access and meeting rooms (tel: (04) 7630 0035). Many of these services are also available at various points throughout both terminals, including Wireless Internet access.
Disabled facilities:

These include tactile flooring, wheelchair-accessible toilets and telephones. Wheelchairs can be hired from the information counters (landside only); passengers should inform their airline of any special assistance required, prior to travel. Car parks at both terminals provide disabled parking spaces with discounted rates for people with disability ID. The airport railway stations and inter-terminal shuttles are wheelchair-accessible.
Car parking:

There is long- and short-term parking at the airport. Car parks P1 and P5are situated in front of Terminal 1, while car parks P2 and P3 are outside Terminal 2.
Car rental:

Japaren, Mazda, Nippon, Nissan, ORIX and Toyota all have offices in the Arrivals areas of both terminals.
Airport hotels

There is one hotel within the airport precinct, the Narita Airport Rest House. There are a number of other hotels near Tokyo Narita Airport. Hotel reservation desks (tel: (04) 7632 8798) are located in Terminal 1 of the airport.
ANA Crowne Plaza Hotel Narita

ANA Crowne Plaza Hotel Narita is located close to Tokyo Narita Airport. The hotel has a range of dining options, banqueting facilities and fitness amenities, including a swimming pool.
Telephone: (04) 7633 1311.
Website:
www.anacrowneplaza-narita.jp
Hilton Narita

Hilton Narita is a 10-minute drive from Tokyo Narita Airport and provides a free shuttle bus service to/from the airport. The hotel has three restaurants, a jogging track, swimming pool and 18 meeting rooms for up to 1000 guests.
Telephone: (04) 7633 1121.
Website:
www.hilton.com
Hotel Nikko Narita

Hotel Nikko Narita is located near Tokyo Narita Airport and has a range of dining facilities, business services and banqueting rooms.
Telephone: (04) 7632 0032.
Website:
www.nikko-narita.com
Narita Airport Rest House

Narita Airport Rest House is located within the grounds of Tokyo Narita Airport.
Telephone: 0476 321 212.
Website:
www.apo-resthouse.com
Radisson Hotel Narita Airport

Radisson Hotel Narita Airport is located near Tokyo Narita Airport and runs a complimentary shuttle service to/from the airport. The hotel has indoor and outdoor swimming pools, on-site dining and business services.
Telephone: (04) 7693 1234.
Website:
www.radisson.com
Toyoko Inn Narita Kuko

Toyoko Inn Narita Kuko is located near Tokyo Narita Airport.
Telephone: (0476) 330 451.
Website:
www.toyoko-inn.com



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