Tokyo Narita

The international airport serving the Tokyo area in Japan is officially named Narita International Airport (IATA code NRT). It is situated approximately 57 km from Tokyo Station in eastern direction and only 7 km from Narita Station in southeastern direction. The airport covers almost the entire international passenger traffic from and to Japan and serves as a connection for the air traffic between South and North America and Asia. The airport is ranked the second busiest airport in the country, serving more than 40 million passengers each year. It is also the main base for the national carrier Japan Airlines, as well as for All Nippon Airways and Nippon Cargo Airlines. There were several construction projects concerning the airport, including an extension of the runway, which allowed more flights per year, plus several gates that were adapted to accommodate Airbus A380. The airport has two separate terminals, connected by shuttle buses. Narita International Airport comes with a business center, wireless internet access, facilities for the disabled passengers, one onsite hotel. There are also bank offices, ATM machines, various restaurants, a number of shops, medical clinics, large parking area and offices of car rental companies. Narita International Airport is located approximately 35 minutes drive through the Narita Rapid Railway Narita Sky Access, which opened in year 2010. Under construction is also another, new expressway. The airport is also serviced by shuttle buses to Tokyo Station and Haneda Airport, as well as taxis.  

Latitude 35
Longitude 140
Full name Tokyo Narita
Alternative names Narita International Airport
Address Narita-shi, Chiba 282-8601, Tokyo, Japan
Phone (04) 7632 2802 or 7634 8000
Owner Narita International Airport Corporation (NAA)