Book low-fare flights from Tokyo via Narita Airport (previously New Tokyo International Airport) using Orbitz.com. Narita Airport is located in Chiba Prefecture in Narita City, 40 miles east of Tokyo. The airport handles mostly international air traffic and is served by Delta, Virgin Atlantic, Continental, Asiana, American, United, British Airways and Air France, among many others.
You will find adequate parking near the terminals, with P1 and P5 being most convenient if you are boarding a flight at Terminal 1, and P2 and P3 being convenient for flights at Terminal 2. There is also a cargo area car park. Parking for automobiles costs a minimum of Â¥200 and a maximum of Â¥2,000 depending on the parking lot and time duration. For motorcycles, the minimum is Â¥70 and the maximum is Â¥600. For vehicles that six meters or longer, such as microbuses and large buses, the minimum is Â¥400 and the maximum is Â¥4,000.
Use Keisei Railway, Narita SKY ACCESS Line or JR Line to get to Narita International Airport. JR Narita Express offers the fastest way of travel to and from the airport. JR Line charges approximately Â¥3,000 from Tokyo Station to the airport. Tokyo Shuttle Bus, operating from the Tokyo Station, charges approximately Â¥2,000 for a trip to the airport.
Sojibou, located in Terminal 2 offers desserts, donburi dishes, ozen combination sets and sushi, among other delicacies. Other restaurants found within the airport include Sushiden, Menya Kookai, Shahoden, Tentei, La Toque, Sanbei and UCC CafÃ© Plaza. Use Orbitz.com to find travel information and cheap flights from Tokyo.
Cheap flights to Beijing are simple to find when you use the tools on Orbitz.com. With powerful search capabilities right at your fingertips, you're sure to find the lowest fares on tickets. The main airport for Beijing is Beijing Capital International Airport. Located 20 miles northeast of China's capital, this airport is the second busiest in the world. Air Canada, Air China, American Airlines, British Airways, Emirates and United Airlines all operate flights in and out of the airport. A third massive terminal for international arrivals and departures was built in preparation for the 2012 Olympic Games.
Three commuter trains operate in Beijing and the surrounding urban areas. A train ride into central Beijing takes approximately 30 to 45 minutes. Taxis are also available at the passenger terminals. Passengers in taxis are responsible for all bridge and road tolls. A shuttle bus network connects the three airport terminals with the rest of the city.
Beijing has hot summers and cold winters. Summer temperatures approach 90 degrees F, while freezing winds blow in from Mongolia during the winter. During the spring months, large sandstorms have been known to wreak havoc on the city.
The Forbidden City is the cultural and historical heart of Beijing. Inside is the Palace Museum, as well as the home of emperors during the Ming and Qing dynasties. Gardens and parks surround the Forbidden City, making a lush oasis in the middle of a modern metropolis. International travelers who book cheap flights to Beijing with Orbitz.com will have the freedom to explore this massive and fascinating city.
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