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.
If you're looking for flights to Guangzhou, Orbitz.com makes it easy to find the perfect flight to fit your needs. The website searches flight combinations to find you cheap tickets. The Guangzhou International Airport is located on the northern border of Renhe Town, approximately 17 miles from the center of Guangzhou. Over 40 airlines serve the airport, including Shenzhen Airlines, Shanghai Airlines, Turkish Airlines and West Air.
Subway stations are located on the minus-one floor. Subway Line 3 takes you from the airport, directly into downtown Guangzhou. Tickets cost $.31 for the first two miles. After the first two miles, you pay $.15 for every two miles up to six, then $.15 for every three miles up to 14, and $.15 for every four miles after that. Buses also transport passengers into Guangzhou. Tickets cost $.15 to $.30 per ride. If you'd like access to your own vehicle, you can use Orbitz.com to rent a car.
The winter temperatures in Guangzhou range from 50 to 69 degrees Fahrenheit. Summer temperatures have lows in the mid- to high 70s and highs in the upper 80s to the low 90s. The monsoon season spans from April through September. If you want to make sure you have dry weather during your stay, use Orbitz.com to plan your trip any time from October to March.
The Chimelong Paradise Amusement Park, Chimelong Water Park and the Xiangjiang Safari Park are popular attractions in the area. Orbitz.com does more than book flights to Guangzhou; the website can also help you purchase tickets to area attractions.
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