Flights from Shanghai to Tokyo
Flight information Shanghai to Tokyo
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Average flight time, total distance 1111 miles
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When you are a globetrotter and love to travel all around the world, you may find yourself looking and searching for flights that will take you from Shanghai, China to Tokyo, Japan. Skyscanner can help you find those great flight deals with Price Alert features, the Skyscanner App, and of course, the Cheapest Month search option to find the best time to travel.
Flying Out of Shanghai
If you are planning to catch a flight from Shanghai to Tokyo, there are two airports that you can choose from for your flight. Those options are the Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport and the Shanghai Pudong International Airport.
Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport
The Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport is one of the main travel hubs in China and mainly focuses on regional travel throughout Asia. Because of that, it is quite likely your flight from Shanghai to Tokyo will be through Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport. Annually, nearly 40.5 million passengers travel through this airport.
Shanghai Pudong International Airport
While the Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport is a major travel hub for regional flights in China and Asia, the Shanghai Pudong International Airport focuses more on long distance international travel. However, some regional flight options, including those to Tokyo, are offered through this airport. Shanghai Pudong International Airport serves around 66 million people a year.
Airlines that Fly from Shanghai to Tokyo
There are numerous airlines that fly between Shanghai and Tokyo. Some of these airlines include:
- Hainan Airlines
- Air China
- China Southern
- All Nippon Airways (ANA)
- Shanghai Airlines
- Korean Air
- Japan Airlines
- Spring Airlines
- Asiana Airlines
- Juneyao Airlines
Airports in Tokyo, Japan
Just like in Shanghai, there are a few airports to choose from in Tokyo. The two major international airports in Tokyo are the Haneda and Narita international airports.
Haneda International Airport
The Haneda International Airport is the central hub of the major airlines in Japan, Japan Airlines and All Nippon Airways. Until 2010, Haneda International Airport was the only airport serving the greater Tokyo area. When Narita International Airport opened its doors, Haneda split its business with the new Tokyo airport. However, Haneda still offers a range of flight deals and sees over 70 million passengers a year. The majority of these passengers are domestic travelers but international flights are offered as well.
Narita International Airport
Narita International Airport is Tokyo's main international travel hub. It sees nearly 35 million passengers a year and over 28 million of those passengers are international travelers. Narita International Airport the largest international airport in the entire nation of Japan.
Places to See in Tokyo
When you arrive in Tokyo, you may find yourself overwhelmed with everything there is to see and do. If you are a true shopping connoisseur, you need to head down to the trendy and stylish Harajuku district to take a look around and buy some one-of-a-kind clothes. If shopping isn't your thing, you may want to check out the Tokyo Imperial Palace, the Tokyo Sky Tower, Sensō-ji, or any of the other incredibly unique attractions throughout Japan's capital city.
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