New train service connecting Narita Airport and Tokyo

Narita Airport is the gateway to the nation’s capital – Tokyo. The side  locates about 60 km northeast of  the central Tokyo and relatively far.

There are several options to get to the central Tokyo from Narita Airport, by train (JR Line or Keisei Line) or by limousine bus. Of course it depends on what time will you take the trains (or buses) and which place in Tokyo will you leave for, but usually the fastest way is by Narita Express (JR Line) and it takes about 60 min. and costs 2,940yen. 

(If you want to know the best way to get there, please use the route finder service on the internet. http://www.hyperdia.com/en/ )

Today Keisei Line announced that they would launch new train service, connecting Narita airport and the central Tokyo (UENO station) in 36 min., which would shorten the current travel hour in about half. The ticket will be 2400yen.  That’s a good news, maybe. New train service will start in July 2010.

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2 Responses to “New train service connecting Narita Airport and Tokyo”

  1. Buy one, get one free – good deal of limousine bus service to Narita airport « Tokyo Great Cycling Tour Staff Blog Says:

    […] good deal of limousine bus service to Narita airport By tokyocycling  As we wrote the article before,  new train service, named ”Keisei Sky Access”  will open tomorrow. This train […]

  2. Low cost airport limousine bus service - 1,000 yen ! « Tokyo Great Cycling Tour Staff Blog Says:

    […] New train service has already started in July this year, too, so now we have more options to go and come from Narita airport. It is welcome change that Narita airport becomes more easy access to everyone! […]

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