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Flight information Seoul to Tokyo
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average flight time from Seoul to Tokyo, total distance 757 miles
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Tokyo Narita and Tokyo Haneda
Airline Service and Flight Information
When choosing a flight from Seoul to Tokyo, you can choose from multiple departure and arrival airports as well as numerous airlines. When departing from Seoul, you will be departing from Incheon International Airport or Gimpo International Airport. For arrival in Tokyo, you can choose Tokyo Haneda or Tokyo Narita. There are multiple daily flights from Seoul to Tokyo, and you can choose from 10 airlines for direct flight routes. Some of the airlines that offer direct service from Seoul to Tokyo include JEJUair, T’way Airlines, Peach, Asiana Airlines, ANA, Korean Air, and multiple other options.
What Can You Expect With Connecting Flights
When choosing a connecting flight with a layover option on your flight from Seoul to Tokyo, you can expect to make a stop in cities including Shanghai, Nanking, Guangzhou, Peking, JeJue, or Osaka. There is a variety of layover options to choose for your trip. Some layovers are as short a one and one-half hours, and some are as long as 13 hours. If you opt for the longer layover to explore the connecting city, be sure to arrive back at the airport with enough time to go through customs and security.
When Should You Arrive at the Airport?
No matter whether you are departing from Incheon or Gimpo, you will need to be at the airport check-in at least two hours before your scheduled flight departure. If you are traveling with a rental car, you will want to arrive three hours before your flight time to allow an hour for the return processing and travel time to the terminal.
Weather in Tokyo
Both Seoul and Tokyo have similar temperatures and weather patterns throughout the various seasons. There are four primary seasons in Tokyo; winters which are cool and dry, spring which is temperate, summer is wet hot and humid, and fall which starts out wet but ends with pleasant conditions.
Leaving the Airport
When arriving at Haneda Airport, you will proceed to the arrivals floor where you will pass through immigration and customs and be able to access your baggage and proceed to the airport exit. From the airport, there are multiple ways to get to your hotel or final destination including limousine, bus service, the Tokyo monorail, taxis, the Kikyu Line public transport, as well as car rental options.
When you arrive at the Narita Airport, you will first proceed to the quarantine area where you may be required to answer health questions, next you will be processed through the immigration counter. After clearing immigration, you will be able to then go to baggage claim to receive your bags and proceed to customs before being able to depart from the airport. On your departure from the airport, you will be able to access public bus and rail service as well as get a taxi or rent a car.
Tips for Saving Money in Tokyo
Tokyo has an amazing amount of cultural activities, sights to see and a very active nightlife. To help save a few bucks while being able to get the experience of the magnificent city, try taking advantage of a few money saving tips.
- Find local, to-go, pre-prepped food options such as bento boxes
- Get a discounted rail ticket by buying more days in advance
- Save on accommodations by trying one of the tiny room hotels created for Japanese business people who have overnight stays
- Check out the local flea markets to purchase your souvenirs
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