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Flights From Tokyo To Sapporo

Flight information Tokyo Narita to Sapporo Chitose

Cheapest return price last month

P4,628

Direct airlines

10

Flights per week

124

Average flight time, total distance 790 kilometres

1h 35min

Most popular airline last month

Jetstar Japan

Sapporo Chitose

1 airport

Green parks, beers, and festivals. These are the top three things that define the city of Sapporo, the capital of Hokkaido, an island in Japan’s northern region. Some of its finest tourist draws are Odori Park, 1.5 kilometers of green area that is heralded by many as the heart of the city since it is the venue of a number of festivals, Sapporo Beer Museum, a Hokkaido Heritage Site that offers travelers a chance to discover the relentless passion of the Japanese people to beer, and the Sapporo Snow Festival, arguably the country’s most iconic winter event that draws about 2.4 million individuals annually.

 

Putting the abovementioned factors into consideration, it can be said that Sapporo is the place to be for those who want to enjoy a unique vacation that is filled with lasting memories. This is the reason why both local and international tourists assemble in this city. Some of the most notable local tourists are those from Japan’s capital city: Tokyo. For them to enjoy their trip to fullest, they need to do a little research about issues concerning their trip. These do not just involve budget, tourist spots, and the right set of clothes; but also airport-related matters.

 

What airlines fly the Tokyo – Sapporo route?

 

Traveling from Tokyo to Sapporo is easy due to the prevalence of reputable airline companies that offer non-stop and connecting flights. Vanilla Air, Jetstar, Peach Aviation, Skymark, Japan Airlines, and All Nippon Airlines, to name a few, offer non-stop flights. While EVA Air, Hahn Air Systems, Asiana, Korean Air, China Airlines, Air Busan, and many others, offer connecting flights.

 

What should passengers expect from the airports?

 

·         Tokyo Narita International Airport

 

Tokyo Narita International Airport is one of two international airports that serve the city of Tokyo and its nearby cities as well as municipalities. It accommodates approximately 32 million passengers yearly and this is done in the most convenient way possible. The mentioned facility is able to achieve this because modern enhancements are found throughout Tokyo Narita International Airport. Some of them are banks, ATMs, a currency exchange department, dining options, pet accommodation, clean showers, bedrooms that are rented by the hour, and baby changing areas, among others.

 

·         New Chitose Airport

 

The New Chitose Airport, the biggest commercial aviation infrastructure in the island of Hokkaido was established in 1991 to replace the “old” Chitose Airport, which was relinquished to the Japan’s Air Self Defense Forces in the same year. It has several amenities that include foreign exchange offices, a police post, ATMs, mobile phone rental kiosks, wheel chair rental stations, a kid’s play area, a dental clinic, and so on.

 

What about transportation?

 

·         Tokyo Narita International Airport

 

Getting to Tokyo Narita International Airport is effortless even for those who decide to use Tokyo’s public transportation system, which is made up of shuttle buses (USD 7.55 or PHP 364.66), taxis (USD 211.00 or PHP 10,191.30), Keisei Electric Railway Trains (USD 20.26 or PHP 978.55), and rental cars (starts at USD 68.79 or PHP 3,322.55 per day).

 

·         New Chitose Airport

 

Reaching Sapporo’s most sought after attractions is a straightforward thing to do and the city’s modern roads, responsible drivers, and well-developed transportation system are responsible for this. To add, passengers can turn to rental cars (daily rate starts at USD 76.07 or PHP 3,674.18), taxis (USD 131.28 or PHP 6,340.82), monorail train service (USD 1.70 or PHP 82.11), and buses (USD 3.60 or PHP 173.88).

 

What are the visa requirements?

 

Individuals who are flying over from Tokyo to Sapporo can travel passport and visa-free since it is just a domestic route. However, they need to bring at least one identification document to confirm the personal information that were presented upon the purchase of their ticket.

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