Information and Travel Guide for Tokyo Narita International Airport Tokyo Narita International Airport (NRT)
Tokyo Narita Airport is the second busiest airport in terms of passengers and the busiest freight hub in Japan. Featuring two terminals, the airport is a hub for many carriers including American Airlines, Virgin Atlantic and United Airlines. Frequent upgrades to the terminals and the building of more runways is allowing for expansion.
Tokyo's Narita Airport was originally designed as an expansion to Tokyo International Airport, also known as Tokyo Haneda. Amidst several riots and government conflicts, however, the building of the airport was put off for several years. What should have been completed in 1971 was not complete until 1978. Several runways were constructed from 1978 onwards, with the most current projects scheduled for completion in 2015.
Services and Amenities
Financial Services - Throughout the airport, there are several locations where travellers can exchange currency and access ATMs as well as address credit card issues.
Luggage Services - Both terminals of Tokyo Narita Airport offer baggage storage services as well as coin operated lockers for traveller convenience.
Internet Facilities - There are several Internet kiosks available for travellers and they can choose from cable, Wireless LAN and broadband services.
Business Support Services - Several lounges and copy/fax services are available for those to take advantage of.
Shopping Services - There are plenty of duty free shops located in Terminals 1 and 2 for shoppers to take advantage of.
Food Services - Travellers at Tokyo Narita Airport can take advantage of several types of cuisines.
Other Services - Travellers can take advantage of spa treatments, pet hotels and child play areas throughout both terminals.
Travellers can find parking at Tokyo Narita airport for both short-term and long-term stays. Rates vary depending on the car park and the length of stay.
Travellers can visit town via bus, taxi or rail. Those looking to connect to Haneda airport can do so by helicopter for added convenience. Both taxis and buses are available in both terminals. Both terminals also offer underground rails for convenience in arriving and departing from the airport.
Travellers wishing to get a glimpse into historic Japan can take a ride into town and visit the Nartiasan Shinshoji Temple. The temple was built in 940 and houses the Buddhist Fudo Myoo deity. Also available for travellers, the Museum of Aeronautical Sciences is approximately 10 minutes away via taxi or car. Viewers can take in the sites and view several airplane models. Inside is an observatory where travellers can watch the planes take off and land.
Taking a walk through the town of Narita is sure to please the traveller as well. Narita is a small town that offers many different places to eat and an insight into Japanese culture. Various shops are available for travellers to peruse and buy souvenirs.
Address: Tokyo Narita Airport, Narita-shi, Chiba 282-8601, Japan Number of Terminals: 2 Telephone: (0)476 322 802 Fax: (0)476 301 571 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.narita-airport.or.jp/airport_e/ Time Zone: GMT + 9 Location: The airport is located 65km (40 miles) east of Tokyo IATA airport code: NRT