Location details, contact information, airlines, departure and arrival flight status, transportation, facilities and services, parking, special passenger amenities, nearby hotels and answers to passengers' frequently asked questions.
Narita International Airport, opened on 20 May 1978, is the most important in Japan in terms of international traffic and the second busiest in the country. It operates domestic and international flights in Asia, Europe, Oceania, the Middle East, North America and Africa.
Official Website: narita-airport.jp
Number of Terminals - 3 - Terminals 1 and 2 for regular flights and Terminal 3 for low-cost flights, open 24 hours a day. A free shuttle bus connects the terminals between 5:10 am and 10:54 pm, at 5-10 minute intervals. Terminals 2 and 3 are also linked by a pedestrian corridor.
Annual passenger traffic: 15.4 million passengers went through it in 2022.
Information desks at various locations in all terminals. Tourist offices on the first floor of terminals 1 and 2, open from 8:00 am to 8:00 pm.
Narita Airport is located next to the town of the same name, in Chiba Prefecture, 60 km (39 miles) east of Tokyo.See Map
The car rental offices operate from 8:00 am to 8:00 pm and are located on the first floor of terminals 1 and 2, in the Arrivals area.
There are short and long-stay facilities open 24 hours a day and dedicated spaces for motorbikes. Charging stations for electric vehicles are also available. More information: Tel +81 120 032 253 / 145 350. Tariffs
P1 & P5 - Located in front of Terminal 1.
P2 & P3 - Situated opposite Terminal 2.
Passengers should inform their airline of any special needs at the time of booking. Wheelchairs are available for hire at the information desks. The site has tactile surfaces, adapted toilets, low-level telephones with Braille instructions, lifts, moving walkways, ramps, toilets for assistance dogs, hearing guides, accessible drinking fountains, electric people movers and reserved spaces in car parks P1, P2 and P5.
Latest updates: November 11, 2023