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Cheap Flights from New York to Tokyo

Flight information New York to Tokyo

Cheapest roundtrip price last month

$443

Non-stop airlines

6

Flights per week

37

Average flight time, total distance 6729 miles

13h 55min

Most popular airline last month

United

Tokyo Narita and Tokyo Haneda

2 airports

Explore Tokyo

Tokyo Hotels

Park Hyatt Tokyo

18
BusinessLuxury

The Westin Tokyo

11
BusinessLuxury

Hyatt Regency Tokyo

12
BusinessLuxury

What Should I Expect On This Flight Route?

The NYC to Tokyo flight route is very heavily trafficked, and you’ll have a bevy of options when it comes to booking. The NYC to Tokyo route is served by dozens of carriers, including British Airways, Cathay Pacific, China Airlines, Finnair, EVA Air, KLM, Lufthansa, Aeroflot, Aeromexico, United Airlines, and Malaysia Airlines. This route tends to be extremely expensive to fly regardless of carrier, so be sure to look at the options we have here at Skyscanner before making a purchase.

Flights along this route typically take anywhere from 16 to 35 hours, though most are around 18 hours. Be sure to bring a lot of entertainment for the ride.

Where Will I Depart From In NYC?

Most of the flights along this route depart from either JFK or Newark Liberty International Airport. If you depart from Newark, you’ll be leaving from Terminal B. If you leave from JFK, you’ll be heading out from Terminal 1. JFK and Newark Liberty are both well operated international airports, so you’ll have no problems staying busy while waiting for your flight via eating, shopping, lounging, or using one of JFK’s many iPad stations. Both airports have WiFi which you can use if you want.

Will There Be A Layover?

All of the flights along this route have a layover, which can vary drastically depending on where the layover is. A popular spot for a layover is in Seoul, though some carriers have layovers in Shanghai or Hong Kong. Depending on the layover, you can expect to wait somewhere between one and nine hours.

Most of the layovers on this flight route are in large international airports which should have plenty of amenities to keep you busy in the meantime. Planning ahead for your layover will make it a lot more tolerable if a regional airport is used instead.

Arriving In Tokyo

Most international arrivals will be landing at Narita International Airport in Tokyo’s suburbs. You’ll be landing in Terminal 1 at Narita.

After making your way through customs and security, you’ll be treated to Narita’s transit hub, which follows the tradition of excellence within Japanese infrastructure. You can pick between regional railway, subway, bus, tram, or car to make it to your final destination.

Tokyo is a major tourist destination and is one of the most tourist friendly cities in the world. Though not all signs are in English, you should be able to easily decipher transit maps and critical signage thanks to pervasive helpful pictures and cartoons. Tourists love Tokyo for its galaxy of shops, excellent Japanese cuisine, and sprawling megalopolis.

Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.