Flights to Tokyo

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Flights to Tokyo

A majority of Tokyo visitors take flights to Tokyo rather than other means, arriving at the Narita International Airport, which is the main airport of the Tokyo and located forty-miles outside the city. There are also many airlines that offer flights to Tokyo, including some who provide relatively great deals for airfare. It is always best to avail of consolidated fares, as well as discounted fares from airlines who occasionally give out some of the most excellent airfare promos; however, this usually happens during the 'not so busy' season of travel. Nevertheless, Tokyo is an amazing city to visit year round.

Flight to Tokyo if coming from Los Angeles, usually has a flying time of twelve hours, while if coming from New York or Chicago, it's generally thirteen and a half hours; you may want to think about on-board services, as well as mileage programs (as you'll credit a lot of miles for this round-trip), and the price of the ticket when selecting a carrier. Here are some airlines that have flights to Tokyo from Australia, England, New Zealand, and North America:

Air Canada provides flights to Tokyo from Vancouver daily. You may want to check out their flight schedule and air fares at for complete details.

Air New Zealand also provides flights to Tokyo that departs from Auckland; you may want to visit their website for updates on airfares, promos, or flight details.

All Nippon Airways is the biggest domestic carrier of Japan, and offers nonstop daily flight services from Washington D.C., New York, San Francisco, San Francisco, and Los Angeles to Tokyo. It also has flights that depart from Sydney and London to Tokyo.

American Airlines have flights that leave from Chicago and Dallas to Tokyo, and have code-shares with Japan Airlines.

British Airways departs from London for Tokyo; one can check out more of their flights at their website

Continental Airlines has flights to Tokyo departing from Houston and Newark daily; flight schedules and details can be checked at their website

Delta Airlines also offers Tokyo flights that depart from Atlanta daily; their website can be visited online for airfares and deals.

Japan Airlines is the flagship carrier of Japan and provides added international flights to Japan more than any carrier, as well as the airline being noted for excellent service. It flies from San Francisco, Chicago, Los Angeles, New York, Vancouver, and Las Vegas.

Other airlines that offer flights to Tokyo include Northwest Airlines, Qantas, and United Airlines. As flight times to Tokyo are generally long, splurging on upgraded services and roomier seats are a good option; however, it's going to be a serious splurge as even full-fair economy tickets cost about $5,655 with Japan Airlines.

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