Flights to Tokyo Narita connect you to one of the most vibrant cities in Japan. Rated as the second busiest airport in the country, it welcomed more than 40 million passengers in 2017.
Previously known as New Tokyo International Airport, Tokyo Narita handles a large number of international flights. The airport has two runways and three terminals: Terminal 1, Terminal 2 and Terminal 3. Inside the airport, you can take the free shuttle bus to travel between the three terminals. Emirates flights depart and arrive at Terminal 2 in Narita Airport.
Tokyo Narita is located 60km outside of Tokyo. The airport is well connected by roads and trains, though the prices and travel duration differs for both. The comfortable and luxurious JR Narita Express will get you to and from the airport and central Tokyo within an hour. While a taxi can cost much more and the travel time depends on the traffic.
Whether you’ve just arrived, are in transit or have some time to spare before your flight, Tokyo Narita has ample choices for you to shop, dine and relax. Shop for last-minute gifts and souvenirs at Narita 5th Avenue - the largest duty free mall in Japan, located in Terminal 2.
If you’re feeling a bit peckish – the food choices at Narita 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 Emirates Lounge located in Terminal 2 if you’re flying First Class or Business Class with Emirates.
Emirates operates a daily flight between Dubai International (DXB) and Tokyo Narita (NRT).