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Flights to Tokyo Haneda

Flights to Haneda Airport connect you to Tokyo. Rated as the fourth busiest airport in the world, it welcomes over 90 million passengers each year.

Haneda Airport, also known as Tokyo International Airport, has four runways and is the largest civil airport in Japan. The airport has three terminals – Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 are for domestic flights only. International flights, including Emirates flights, land in and depart from Terminal 3.

Tokyo Haneda is only 30 minutes from central Tokyo. The airport is well connected by monorail, underground walkways, roads and trains, though prices and travel duration differ for each mode of transport. A train ride from Tokyo’s Shinagawa Station will get you to the airport in 15 minutes and cost around 410 yen, while a taxi ride from central Tokyo can end up costing 5,000 yen or more.

Inside the airport, you can take the free shuttle bus between the three terminals. Passengers in transit can also shuttle between the domestic and international terminals using the monorail or the Keikyu Railway for free.

Whether you’ve just arrived, are in transit or have some time to spare before your flight, Haneda Airport gives you ample opportunity to shop, dine and relax. Shop for last-minute gifts and souvenirs at the duty free, or splurge on luxury brands at boutiques located around the international terminal.

If you’re feeling a bit peckish – the food choices at Haneda Airport serve all appetites and palates. Indulge in a hearty bowl of authentic ramen before you leave. Or for a taste of home, sample continental fare at a host of eateries around the terminal. You can also enjoy complimentary access to the JAL Sakura Lounge if you’re flying First Class or Business Class on Emirates.

Emirates operates daily flights between Dubai International (DXB) and Tokyo Haneda (HND).

Other airports in Tokyo
Flights to Tokyo Narita land you just 60km outside of Tokyo’s city centre.