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Flight information Luzon Clark International to Tokyo

Cheapest return price last month

P6,722

Direct airlines

0

Average flight time, total distance 2995 kilometres

6h 30min

Most popular airline last month

Korean Air

Tokyo Narita and Tokyo Haneda

2 airports

Frequently asked questions

There are 2 airports in Tokyo: Tokyo Narita and Tokyo Haneda.
The best price found on Skyscanner for a flight from Luzon Clark International to Tokyo is P6,722. This was found by aggregating across different carriers and is the cheapest price for the whole month.
6h 30min is the average flight time from Luzon Clark International to Tokyo.
There are no airlines that fly directly from Luzon Clark International to Tokyo.

A lot of times, many first-time visitors to Tokyo, Japan are surprised to find out that one of the world’s most cutting-edge cities has so much to offer than technology. It also boasts of fascinating and rich history that dates back several thousand years ago. Some of Tokyo’s finest draws include the Meji Shrine a serene and austere Shinto temple; the Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden, a 143-acre garden that used to be the place of residence of the Naito family during the Edo Period; and Sensoji, an iconic Buddhist temple that was built in the 17th century.

 

Putting the abovementioned tourist attractions into consideration, it is easy to figure out why many just cannot wait to head to the mentioned Japanese city. However, a number of them fall into the trap of flying over unprepared. Thus, they fail to enjoy their trip to the fullest. This can be disheartening, especially for first-time Filipino visitors who yearn for a once-in-a-life-time Tokyo trip that they want to treasure. The good news is all can be well if they become familiar with the airport as well as various transportation options before flying over.

 

What airlines fly the Clark – Tokyo route?

 

At present, there are a myriad of tried and tested aviation companies that fly the Clark – Tokyo route and they are Dragon Air (via Hong Kong and Seoul), Air Nippon Airlines (via Hong Kong), Cathay Pacific (via Hong Kong), and Asiana (via Seoul), among others.

 

What should passengers expect from the airports?

 

·         Clark International Airport

 

Tokyo-bound individuals who are based in the Philippines’ National Capital Region and Central Luzon Region can opt for Clark International Airport or Ninoy Aquino International Airport. Those who choose the former should be in for a treat because it is a sophisticated airline complex. Set in a 2,367-hectare property, it ranks among the biggest in Asia.

 

In addition to its vast workspace, it also has a number of satisfactory amenities like finance-based facilities (ATMs, currency exchange centers, and so on), a medical clinic, first aid stations, car rental offices, taxi bays, dining options (cafés , restaurants, and cafeterias, to name a few), air ticket assistance desks, and many others.

 

·         Tokyo Narita International Airport and Tokyo Haneda Airport

 

At present, there are two commercial aviation infrastructures that accommodate flights Philippine flights and they are Tokyo Narita International Airport and Tokyo Haneda Airport. The latter is bigger—following its expansion in 2010—it can handle approximately 90 million passengers yearly. The former, on the other hand, is quite big itself and can attend to 32 million passengers yearly.

 

Despite their discrepancy in size, both are clean and boasts of cutting-edge amenities like free and paid Wi-Fi connection, ATMs, currency exchange kiosks, arrivals and departures lobbies, duty free stores, shopping centers, designer boutiques, day rooms (bedrooms that have hourly rentals), and dining options, among others.

 

What about transportation?

 

·         Clark International Airport

 

In general, reaching an airport for an international trip is quite a challenge, especially if public transportation is used. This is not the case with Clark International Airport since it can be easily accessed from various points of Central Luzon and Metro Manila.

 

From Pampanga, passengers can choose from regular and air-conditioned jeepneys that charge USD .31 or PHP 15.00 and USD 2.07 or PHP 100.00 respectively, buses that charge USD 4.45 or PHP 215.00, regular taxis that charge about USD 6.21 or PHP 300.00, and rental vehicles that charge a daily rate of USD 75.30 or PHP 3,636.93.

 

From Metro Manila, passengers can go for air-conditioned provincial buses that charge USD 11.38 or PHP 550.00, Trinoma Mall buses that charge USD 5.17 or PHP 250.00, rental cars that charge USD 75.30 or PHP 3,636.93 daily, and taxis that charge approximately USD 47.61 or PHP 2,300.00 per trip.

 

·          Tokyo Narita International Airport and Tokyo Haneda Airport

 

From Tokyo Narita International Airport or Tokyo Haneda Airport, reaching the finest attractions that Tokyo has to offer is easy. This, thanks to the city’s well-planned transportation system, wide roads, and disciplined drivers, to name a few. To add, travelers can choose from a wide array of options.

 

o   Tokyo Narita International Airport

 

Shuttle buses (USD 7.55 or PHP 364.66),

Keisei Electric Trains (USD 20.26 or PHP 978.55)

Taxis (USD 211.10 or PHP 10,196.13),

Rental cars (daily rates start at USD 68.79 or PHP 3,322.55)

 

o   Tokyo Haneda Airport,

 

Express buses (USD 9.49 or 458.36),

Taxis (about USD 58.96 or PHP 2,847.76),

Rental cars (daily rates start USD 68.79 or PHP 3,322.55)

 

What about food expenses?

 

In general, food are more expensive in Japan than in the Philippines. For instance, a fast food meal may cost around USD 7.66 or PHP 370.00 at the former, but only about USD 2.48 or PHP 120.00 at the latter. 

 

What are the visa requirements?

 

Filipinos who are contemplating of going to Tokyo, Japan need to a visa as well as a passport holder; with the passport being valid for six months. With the mentioned documents, they can stay in the country for 30 to 90 days.

When it comes to the temporary visa application, it is divided into three categories which are tourism (cost: USD 24.84 or PHP 1,200.00), visiting relatives (cost: USD 41.40 or PHP 2,000.00), and business (cost: USD 24.84 or PHP 1,200.00).

Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.