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Prices were available within the past 7 days and start at $287 for one-way flights and $685 for round trip, for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.

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Cheap flights to Tokyo (TYO)

Get started finding a cheap flight to Tokyo on Expedia by either choosing a deal on this page or entering into the search bar your travel dates, origin airport, and whether you want roundtrip or one-way airfare. You can filter for flexibility, number of stops, airline, and departure/arrival times to find the best flight for you.

We recommend using the ‘Flexible Dates’ calendar at the top of the page to see the price of plane tickets on the surrounding dates. This allows you to pick the cheapest days to fly if your trip allows flexibility and score cheap flight deals to Tokyo.

Roundtrip prices range from $685 - $799, and one-ways to Tokyo start as low as $287.

Be aware that choosing a non-stop flight can sometimes be more expensive while saving you time. And routes with connections may be available at a cheaper rate.

Airlines that fly to Tokyo (TYO)

You have several options for which airline you choose to travel with to Tokyo. There are 10 airlines flying into TYO: Delta, Hawaiian Airlines, WestJet, American Airlines, United, Alaska Airlines. 

Cheap plane tickets may be available from different airlines at different times and with unique terms. It’s best to understand the details of each airline’s offer before judging its value.

For example, if you plan to check a bag or bring a carry-on, check whether the cheap airfare deal includes a baggage allowance. If not, verify whether the baggage fee is higher than the difference of other airline plane ticket deals offering free checked/carry-on baggage in exchange for a slightly higher airfare. 

Additionally, your preferred frequent flyer membership programs may influence your choice of cheap airline. Expedia allows you to enter your membership numbers during checkout to earn points from your airline and Expedia Rewards—all while getting a great deal and planning all your travel in one online platform.

Find the best deals

At Expedia, we source many flight deals from multiple providers, so you can easily find the best deals that are right for you. A great strategy for getting the best deals can be to make sure you book and travel at the optimal times. Airfare to Tokyo (TYO) varies throughout the year based on seasonal demand. You’ll see the lowest rates for roundtrips to TYO in May and in October for one-ways.

Cancellation & flexibility

To change or cancel eligible flights, go to ‘My Trips’ and navigate to your itinerary. If you booked within the last 24-hours, you might be able to cancel your flight for free. Learn more about flight changes or cancellations from our customer service portal. Some plane tickets are available with no change fees, which you can filter for during your search.

Frequently asked questions

Where can I learn more about changing or canceling my flight to Tokyo?
For more information about updating your flight to Tokyo or canceling it, head over to our Customer Service Portal.
How do I find cheap flights to Tokyo that have flexible change policies?
Many airlines offer the option to reschedule your flight without a change fee. All you pay is the difference between the original flight and the new flight you select. When you’re searching for flights to Tokyo, you’ll see a “no change fees” filter for you to select.
Can I fly to Tokyo now?
Make your visit to Tokyo straightforward and simple by making your first stopover our Covid-19 Travel Advisor. This is a great way to stay informed about current travel restrictions, including quarantine requirements and the latest health advisory information.
What is the name of Tokyo's airport?
Tokyo has several airports, but most people choose to fly into Haneda Airport (HND).
How far is Tokyo International Airport from central Tokyo?
It’s 9 mi from Haneda Airport (HND) to downtown Tokyo. Make things easier by researching the quickest way of commuting from the terminal to the city center before you touchdown.
What airport is best to fly into Tokyo?
Travelers flying into Tokyo can hit the tarmac at two major airports. HND is 9 mi away from the center of town. NRT is 35 mi away.
How many airlines fly to Tokyo?
There are 72 airlines that service Tokyo from 125 airports around the world.
Which airlines fly to Tokyo?
Tokyo receives the highest number of flights from ANA, JAL and Air Do with ANA being the favorite choice of airline. Chitose is the most popular city for travelers to depart from.
How many nonstop flights are there to Tokyo?
With 5,448 nonstop flights operating each week, you’ll be arriving in Tokyo before you can ask, “Are we there yet?”
Where are the most popular flights to Tokyo departing from?
The most popular flights to Tokyo set off from Chitose, Fukuoka and Naha airports.
How long is the flight to Tokyo Airport?
If you’re flying to Tokyo from Chitose, you’re looking at a flight time of 1 hour and 43 minutes. Those setting off from Fukuoka can expect to be in the air for 1 hour and 42 minutes. From Naha it’s 2 hours and 22 minutes away.
How to book the cheapest flight to Tokyo?
We’ve all come across those lucky jet-setters who somehow pick up incredibly cheap airfares wherever they go. Eager to know how to do it for your Tokyo vacation? Don’t wait until the last possible moment to secure your flight. Another excellent way to nab a bargain is to compare all options. If your destination has several airports, don’t forget to research the cost of flying into a smaller terminal. And finally, don’t forget that it’s first in, best dressed. Familiarize yourself with airfare costs and have your credit card ready to buy your ticket as soon as you see an unbeatable bargain. The sweetest deals don’t last long.
How to survive the flight to Tokyo?
We’ve rounded up all the info you need to make your journey as stress-free as possible. Follow our insider tips and you’ll be speeding through airport security and having a ball in Tokyo before you know it.What to pack in your hand luggage:

  • First things first, pack in your passport, important documents, bank cards and vital medications. Next, you’ll need some extra in-flight entertainment to help pass the time. A juicy book and a phone filled with your favorite movies are always good options. If you plan to take a short nap, a neck pillow and a pair of earplugs will also be useful. Finally, make room for a toothbrush and some cleansing wipes to ensure you arrive at your destination feeling fresh as a daisy.

Do not pack the following items in your hand luggage:

  • Check carefully that you don’t have sharp objects (like a pocket knife) hiding in one of the zippers of your hand luggage. Other restricted items include flammable or explosive goods, such as bleach and fuel, and gels and liquids in containers with a volume of more than 3.4 ounces (100 milliliters).

What to wear on a flight:

  • Comfort should be your highest priority when selecting what to wear during your flight. Consider your choice of footwear with care too, as swelling of the feet and ankles are a common occurrence. Roomy, closed-toed shoes are your best bet.
  • A condition known as DVT (deep vein thrombosis) can pose a risk on long-distance flights. It results from blood clots forming due to inactivity and poor circulation. Doing leg and foot exercises while seated is a great way to prevent this from happening. Wearing a pair of compression socks also helps reduce your risk.

How to get through airport security fast when flying to Tokyo?
It’s easy — be prepared. We’ve compiled some handy tips and tricks for a stress-free trip through airport security. Watch out Tokyo, here you come:

  • Have your boarding pass and passport easily accessible. They’ll be the first things you’ll be asked for by airport security.
  • Next up is the X-ray machine. Remove anything on you that is likely to beep. This includes things like headphones or earphones, as well as bulky coats or jackets. They’ll all need to go on the X-ray conveyor belt.
  • All your electronics, including your tablet and phone, must also be scanned separately.
  • Any liquids or gels, such as perfume or hand cream, that you want to bring on board must be no greater than 3.4 ounces (100 milliliters). Also, they all must fit inside a quart-size (one liter), clear zip-close bag.
  • Slip-on shoes are a good footwear choice as you’re less likely to be required to remove them when passing through security. Boots and other bulky shoes are usually subjected to extra screening.
  • Take all prohibited items out of your carry-on bag. If you have any sharp or pointed objects, put them in your checked baggage. They won’t be allowed in the cabin.

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