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Cheap Flights from Seoul to Tokyo

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Seoul to Tokyo route information

Origin Airport Incheon Intl.
Destination Airport Narita Intl.
Airlines Serving Aeroflot-Russian Airlines, All Nippon Airways, Asiana Airlines, Cathay Pacific, China Eastern Airlines, China Southern Airlines, Ethiopian Airlines, Hahn Air Systems, Japan Airlines, Korean Air, Philippine Airlines, S7 Airlines, Vietnam Airlines
Flight Price £171
Distance 1,249 km





Cheap ICN to NRT Flights

  • What is the cheapest date to fly to Tokyo?

    Oct 1st has bookings (as of Sep 16th) as cheap as £121. That comes in 45% below the average price for this route. Saving now gives you more cash in your hand for your trip.
  • What is the cheapest airline flying from Seoul to Tokyo?

    Ethiopian Airlines is offering the best deal at £121. Better take a look fast because prices range all the way up to £2,287 over the next three months.
  • Which airline has the least delays from Seoul to Tokyo?

    Booking with Jeju Air means you will arrive to Tokyo around the time you were supposed to. In fact, this airline has a 96% on-time average. It never hurts to be prepared. If you should choose this airline, be sure to track the flight status to stay on top of the departure time.
  • How long is the flight from ICN to NRT?

    Asiana Airlines currently holds the quickest travel time with two hours and 10 minutes. For example, you would arrive in Tokyo at 11:10 AM JST if you left Seoul at 9:00 AM KST.
  • How much time do people spend in Tokyo?

    The average time spent in Tokyo by travellers from Seoul is one week. However long you decide to stay, give yourself plenty of time to see what makes Tokyo fantastic.
  • How long does it take to fly from Seoul to Tokyo?

    Asiana Airlines currently holds the shortest travel time with two hours and 10 minutes. So, you would arrive in Tokyo at 11:10 AM JST if you left Seoul at 9:00 AM KST.
  • How much is a plane ticket to Tokyo (NRT) from Seoul (ICN)?

    Prices range anywhere from £121 to £2,287. However, usually the sooner you book, the more you'll be able to save.

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