Tuesday, May 6, 2014

Does your flight lands at Narita airport Terminal 1 or Terminal 2?

When we booked our flight to Tokyo, Japan through Cebu Pacific we knew that we would leave Manila from NAIA Terminal 3 as indicated on our flight booking but we didn't have any idea on which terminal our flight would land since it wasn't appearing on our booking.

Anyhow, we landed safely at Narita airport Terminal 2  and we were able to reach our apartment in Harajuku by taking Narita Express from the same terminal.

On our way back to Narita Terminal 2 from Nippori train station waiting for Keisei Skyliner I saw this billboard indicating the list of airlines using both Narita airport terminals.

TERMINAL 1


TERMINAL 2


Nevertheless, whether you land on either terminal both Keisei and Narita lines are passing and stopping at both terminals.



Our Tokyo Journals:

Practical tips for Filipinos applying for Japan visa in Philippines
Does your flight lands at Narita airport T1 or T2?
Our first day - Arrival and explore Harajuku & Odaiba
Our second day - Tokyo Disneyland
Our third day - Tokyo Disneysea & explore Akihabara
Our fourth day - Nakamise, Sensoji Temple, Ginza, Meiji Shrine, Harajuku & Tokyo Tower
Our fifth day - Sayonara Tokyo!
Baffled by Tokyo's rail network? Try Suica card.
Big apartment near JR Harajuku Station