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 ¥200 and a maximum of ¥2,000 depending on the parking lot and time duration. For motorcycles, the minimum is ¥70 and the maximum is ¥600. For vehicles that six meters or longer, such as microbuses and large buses, the minimum is ¥400 and the maximum is ¥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 ¥3,000 from Tokyo Station to the airport. Tokyo Shuttle Bus, operating from the Tokyo Station, charges approximately ¥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 Café Plaza. Use Orbitz.com to find travel information and cheap flights from Tokyo.
Tel Aviv-Yafo, or, less formally, Tel Aviv, is mainly serviced by Ben Gurion International Airport, which is the main air hub for Israel. This airport is located in Lod, a city adjacent to Tel Aviv, and is 12 miles from the downtown area. Cheap flights to Tel Aviv-Yafo can be booked through Orbitz.com on over 100 airlines, including El Al, Delta, Sundor, United and Alitalia.
Ben Gurion Airport regulates taxis that serve its passengers. Taxis can be found on level three of the G terminal. Rental cars are available at the airport and can be reserved on Orbitz.com. Low-fare travel options include an airport shuttle that connects to an Egged bus stop, which provides transport to downtown Tel Aviv in under an hour. Taxis and buses take payment in the Israel shekel; travelers can exchange currency at the airport.
Tel Aviv is generally warm. Temperatures in May average at 99 degrees Fahrenheit, and the temperature on winter evenings rarely falls far below 40 degrees. December usually sees the most precipitation, with an average of 5 inches of rain. The summer months usually have no precipitation at all, so cool, lightweight clothing is a necessity. Tel Aviv receives plenty of hot desert sun, and all travelers should apply sunblock liberally at any time of the year.
Tel Aviv offers a range of activities, including shopping at the Nachlat Binyamin Pedestrian Mall, hiking at Park Hayarkon and sunbathing in the Tayelet beach area. History lovers will find plenty to do here, including visiting the Independence Hall Museum and the Ilana Goor Residence and Museum. At Orbitz.com you can book tickets for activities as well as cheap flights to Tel Aviv-Yafo.
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