Haneda Airport



Haneda Airport

Haneda Airport or Tokyo International Airport as it is officially known, is an airport that serves the Tokyo area. It is significantly closer to Tokyo than Narita Airport, which is where most international flights bound for Tokyo are handled. There has been an expansion in the number and destinations of international flights to and from Haneda with the completion of a new international terminal in 2010.

Access by Rail

Haneda Airport can be accessed easily by the Keikyu Airport Line or by Tokyo Monorail. Both lines can reach the central Tokyo area(Shinagawa, Hamamatsucho) within 30 minutes. Both lines stop operating by midnight so be sure to check the arrival time of your flight if you plan to use this mode of transportation.

Haneda Airport International Terminal Station – 羽田空港国際線ターミナル駅/羽田空港国際線ビル駅

Tokyo Monorail – 東京モノレール

Keikyu Airport Line – 京急空港線

Haneda Airport Domestic Terminal Station – 羽田空港国内線ターミナル駅

Keikyu Airport Line – 京急空港線

Haneda Airport Terminal 1 Station

Tokyo Monorail – 東京モノレール

Haneda Airport Terminal 2 Station

Tokyo Monorail – 東京モノレール

Access by Bus

Friendly Airport Limousine and Keikyu Bus both operate in and out of Haneda airport. There is direct bus service to major metropolitan areas within Tokyo as well as destinations within Chiba, Tochigi, Gunma, Saitama, Ibaraki, and Kanagawa prefectures. Check the sites for Keikyu Bus and Friendly Airport Limousine for more details. (Listed in the Links Section below)

Access by Taxi

Although a little expensive, taxis will get you wherever you want to go. A ride to central Tokyo may cost around 7000 yen. A slight difference in price may occur depending on how congested the trafffic is(how long the ride takes).



Haneda Airport Homepage (English)

Airport Limousine Homepage (English)

Keikyu Bus Homepage (English)

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