There are two commercial airports that serve Tokyo and the surrounding area.
Narita International Airport (NRT), which is located 57 km (36 miles) from central Tokyo, is the area’s primary international airport. The airport serves as a hub for All Nippon Airways, Delta Air Lines, Japan Airlines, Jetstar Japan, United Airlines and Vanilla Air. Dozens of airlines offer non-stop flights to countless destinations within Asia, as well as cities in Europe, Australia and North America. Flights are also available to domestic destinations.
Tokyo International Airport, also known as Haneda Airport (HND), is located 14 km (9 miles) south of central Tokyo. The airport is a hub for All Nippon Airways, Air Do, Japan Airlines, Skymark Airlines and Skynet Asia Airways. Non-stop flights are available to other Japanese cities, as well as destinations across Asia, in Europe and North America.
Are you looking for cheap flights from Tokyo? You’re in luck. A number of budget airlines fly from both Narita and Haneda airports.
From Narita, Tokyo fliers can book travel on low-cost carriers such as Cebu Pacific (flights to Manila), Jetstar Airways (destinations include Cairns, Melbourne and Sydney), Jetstar Japan (destinations include Fukuoka, Okinawa, Osaka, Sapporo and Takamatsu), Scoot (flights to Singapore and Taipei), Peach (flights to Osaka), Skymark Airlines (destinations include Asahikawa, Fukuoka, Kobe, Okinawa and Yonago) and Vanilla Air (destinations include Okinawa, Seoul and Taipei). (A low-cost carrier terminal is slated to open in 2015.) From Haneda, travelers can book inexpensive flights on discount carriers such as AirAsia X (flights to Kuala Lumpur), Air Do (flights to Asahikawa, Hakodate, Kushiro, Memanbetsu, Obihiro and Sapporo), Skymark (flights to destinations including Asahikawa, Fukuoka, Kagoshima, Kitakyūshū, Kobe, Kumamoto, Nagoya-Centrair, Naha and Sapporo) and StarFly (flights to Fukuoka, Kitakyūshū and Osaka).