Tokyo Narita International Airport
Narita Airport Rest House
Narita International Airport | Narita, 282-0027 JP
nine hours Narita Airport
Narita International Airport | Narita, 282-0004 JP
Narita Tobu Hotel Airport
Tokko 320-1 | Narita, 286-0106 JP
Toyoko Inn Narita Kuko
Tokko 560 | Narita, 286-0106 JP
Marroad International Hotel Narita
Komaino 763-1 | Narita, 286-0121 JP
Hotel Nikko Narita
Tokko 500 | Narita, 286-0106 JP
ANA Crowne Plaza Narita
Horinouchi 68 | Narita, 286-0107 JP
Narita View Hotel
Kosuge 700 | Narita, 286-0127 JP
Hilton Tokyo Narita Airport Hotel
456 Kosuge | Narita, 286 0127 JP
Narita Excel Hotel Tokyu
Oyama 31 | Narita, 286-0131 JP
Narita Gateway Hotel
Oyama 658 | Narita, 286-0131 JP
Hotel Sky Court Narita
Shinden 161 | Narita, 287-0224 JP
Radisson Hotel Narita Airport
650-35 Nanae-Tomisato-Machi | Narita, 286-0221 JP
Narita Hotel Blan Chapel Christmas (Adult Only)
Yoshikura 239-1 | Narita, 286-0133 JP
International Garden Hotel Narita
Yoshikura 241-1 | Narita, 286-0133 JP
Tokyo Narita Intl Airport Information
Tel: (AIS) +81 (0)476 32-6416, +81 (0)476 34-5038, (OPS) +81 (0)476 32-6410, +81 (0)476 32-6422, (TIAA) +81 (0)476 30-2012
Fax: +81 (0)476 34-5037, +81 (0)476 30-1571
Manager: Ken Murayama
Manager: Makoto Hagiwara
Senior Director Int´l Affairs: Masahiro Mike Gamo
Manager: Yoshihito Shintori
Operator: Narita Airport Authority
Airport Data: International, Narita 7km (4miles), Position 35°45´50"N, 140°23´28"E, Elevation 41m (134ft), Operating hours 24 hours (curfew times 23:00-06:00), 2 Passenger Terminals.
Airfield Data: Fire Category 9
Emergency Services: First Aid treatment, ambulance; hospitals in Narita city
Noise Restrictions: time restrictions on dept & Arrival, noise abatement procedures
Aircraft Maintenance: Japan Airlines Co Ltd
Runway 1: Heading 16R/34L, 4,000m (13,123ft), 140/F/C/X/T, ICAO Cat. 4E, Aircraft size max: B747-400, Lighting: Precision approach category II lighting system, Rwy 16R, ILS CAT III, Rwy 34L, ILS CAT I
Cargo Facilities: Capacity 2,000,000tonnes (4,409,200,000lbs), Warehouse 149,000m² (1,603,822sq ft), 98x 747 Freighter Docks, Bonded Warehouse, Transit Zone, Mechanical Handling, Refrigerated Storage, Deep Freeze Storage, Animal Quarantine, Fresh Meat Inspection, Livestock Handling, Health Officials, X-Ray Equipment, Security for Valuables, Fumigation Equipment, Dangerous Goods, Radioactive Goods, Very Large/Heavy Cargo, Express/Courier Centre, Air Cargo City Terminal (Downtown), Handling Equipment: All modern facilities.
Customs Tel: +81 (0)476 34-2128Fax: +81 (0)476 34-2130
Op. Hours: 24 hours.
Passenger Facilities: 280 check-in desks, 112 gates, 49 airbridges, 2,900 short term parking spaces, 1 Airport Hotel, Min. Connection Times Intl-Intl: 60mins, Dom-Intl: 110mins, Dom-Dom: 30mins, Post Office, Bank, Bureau de Change, Restaurants, Cafeterias, Bars, VIP Lounge, Duty Free Shop, Newsagent/Tobacconist, Chemist Shop, Gift Shop, Travel Agent, Tourist Help Desk, Car Rental, Taxi Service/Rank, First Aid, Baby/Parent Room, Disabled Access/Facilities, Business Centre.
Additional Information: Passenger Terminal 1 is under reconstruction at time of publication.
Narita International Airport is an international airport located in Narita, Chiba, Japan, in the eastern portion of the Greater Tokyo Area.
Narita handles the majority of international passenger traffic to and from Japan, and is also a major connecting point for air traffic between Asia and the Americas. It is the second-busiest passenger airport in Japan, busiest air freight hub in Japan, and third-busiest air freight hub in the world. It serves as the main international hub of Japan Airlines and All Nippon Airways, and as an Asian regional hub for Northwest Airlines and United Airlines. Under Japanese law, it is classified as a first class airport.
The airport was known as New Tokyo International Airport until 2004. While Tokyo is the source of much of Narita Airport's traffic, the airport is located far from central Tokyo (1 hour by the fastest train) and in a different prefecture. Tokyo International Airport (Haneda Airport), located in Tokyo proper, is the busiest airport in Japan and the fourth-busiest in the world, even though it handles very little international traffic.
Terminals and airlines
Passport control, Terminal 2
Narita Airport has two separate terminals with separate underground train stations. The only connection between the terminals is by shuttle bus (buses are available both inside and outside the security area): there is no pedestrian connection.
The three major airline alliances are currently divided across the two terminals. Following the completion of renovations in Terminal 1 in 2006, several airlines will move so that SkyTeam is concentrated in the North Wing of Terminal 1, Star Alliance is concentrated in the South Wing, and oneworld is concentrated in Terminal 2.