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When it comes to flying these days, flexibility is key. That’s why we have a “No change fee” filter to help you find flexible, low-priced tickets to Japan. It’s at the top left of your screen right underneath the “Flexible change policies” subheading.
With new restrictions and safety precautions to follow, travel looks a lot different these days. These are some handy things to know before you hop on that plane to Japan:
Before booking your flight, find out if any travel restrictions apply — in both your destination and origin. Keep informed with the latest updates by checking government travel advisories.
Keep your face mask on during airport screening. A TSA officer will ask you to adjust your mask to verify your identity.
Avoid handing your boarding pass (paper or electronic) directly to a TSA officer. Rather, place your pass on the reader and then hold it up for inspection.
TSA is now allowing passengers to take one container of hand sanitizer, up to 12 oz (350 ml) in size, in carry-on bags. This will need to be removed from your bag at the X-ray machine for scanning.
To minimize handling during the screening process, put items such as your keys, wallet, phone and belt into your carry-on rather than into the bins.
Transport your food items in a clear plastic bag and also place them in a screening bin. Keeping food separate from your carry-on means it’s less likely a TSA agent will need to open your bag for inspection.
Grab your suitcase and passport and take to the skies with one of these two popular airlines that fly to multiple airports in or near Japan:
ANA - 12236 flights to or near Japan each month, including 6892 flights to Haneda Airport (HND) and 2887 flights to Itami Airport (ITM) per month.
Japan Airlines - 11254 flights to or near Japan each month, including 6218 flights to Haneda Airport (HND) and 2917 flights to Itami Airport (ITM) per month.
A good strategy for finding cheap fares is to be flexible with your dates. Begin with searching for your flight to Japan, then click on the “flexible dates” link for a list of prices for nearby days. Want another tip? Book well ahead. For an idea of costs, £436 was the lowest price for a flight to Japan in the last seven days.
There were lots of cheap fares up for grabs in the last seven days, with the price of a return ticket to Japan varying between £436 and £527. Many lucky travellers nabbed one-way flights from London (LHR) for just £388.
Your departure city and the carrier you’re travelling with will decide which of these leading Japan airports you’ll touch down at:
Haneda Airport (HND) - 16410 flights per month.
Itami Airport (ITM) - 6111 flights per month.
Fukuoka Airport (FUK) - 6037 flights per month.
Take off for Japan earlier in the week and you’ll usually be rewarded with lower-cost fares. Tuesday is known for being the cheapest day to jet off, followed closely by Monday. If you’re hoping to avoid the priciest flights, steer clear of Saturdays.
Prices ranged from £436 to £527 in the last seven days. When you’re ready to book, we’re here to help you secure the best deal to Japan.
In order to minimize contact between passengers and flight attendants during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, many airlines have taken social distancing and other measures to the skies. A great example of these are:
ANA - this airline is known for providing passenger masks and cleaning with disinfectant.
Japan Airlines - this airline is known for providing passenger masks and cleaning with disinfectant.
Skymark Airlines - this airline is known for cleaning with disinfectant and providing passenger masks.
With so many exciting things to experience in Tokyo, it’s little surprise that lots of travellers begin their Japan adventure in this dynamic city. Spend your first day or so touring big-name attractions like Tokyo Sky Tree before discovering some of this city’s lesser-known gems.
When choosing what kind of clothing to bring on your holiday, bear in mind that Tokyo has a humid subtropical climate. For a clearer idea of what to expect, check out the weather before you leave.
Around 25 miles to the west of Tokyo, Hachioji also deserves to be high on your itinerary. Top sights here include Hachioji Castle — be sure to drop by.