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Where is New Tokyo (Narita) Airport?  


NRT New Tokyo (Narita) International Airport (IATA: NRT, ICAO: RJAA) is an international airport located in Narita, Chiba, Japan, in the eastern portion of the Greater Tokyo Area. It is located 60 kilometers from downtown Tokyo.


NRT Airport 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. Narita Airport handled 26,331,010 passengers in 2011. It is the second-busiest passenger airport in Japan, busiest air freight hub in Japan. It serves as the main international hub of Japan Airlines and All Nippon Airways. It also serves as a hub for the Delta Air Lines subsidiary Northwest Airlines. Under Japanese law, it is classified as a first class airport.


The NRT Airport was known as New Tokyo International Airport until 2004, but was commonly called "Tokyo Narita" - even before it was officially renamed - to differentiate it from Tokyo International (Haneda) Airport (HND) - commonly called "Tokyo Haneda" - which primarily handles Tokyo's domestic traffic.


IMPORTANT NOTE: you do need to show your ID when entering the airport grounds, no matter how you arrive, albeit bus, train, car or even by foot. Most people show a passport, but a (Japanese) driver's license will suffice. Also, if you are arriving as a family, only one person needs to show is/her ID.


 

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Last Updated: 4 Jan 2014