Question : Is this route your best bet for getting to Tokyo with minimal delays?
Answer : SYD to NRT currently scores 5 out of a possible 5 stars in promptness. This score combines both the number of delayed flights and total delay minutes. With 5 stars, you should feel at ease about getting to Tokyo on time.
Question : How many days should you spend in Tokyo?
Answer : Over the next two months, passengers from SYD to NRT are planning on staying for nine days on average.
Question : Which airline is struggling to get to Tokyo on time?
Answer : Polar Air Cargo is delayed on 100% of flights from Sydney (Kingsford Smith) Airport (SYD) to Narita International Airport (NRT) at the moment. If you’re on Polar Air Cargo, be sure to sign up for the delay notifications to stay up to date with your flight’s status.
Question : Can you cut down on flight costs by changing the day of the week you travel to Tokyo?
Answer : For the month of April, Monday is your cheapest day to fly. Flexibility is paramount when booking travel plans in order to keep travel costs down.
Question : What is the cheapest round-trip ticket you can get to Tokyo?
Answer : Prices are hitting highs of $2,763 over the next three months when flying to NRT from SYD. Check out Air China, as they have been booking customers at just $520.
Question : Which airline has been on schedule from Sydney (Kingsford Smith) Airport (SYD) to Narita International Airport (NRT) the most?
Answer : Qantas will have you to NRT on schedule 94% of the time. Stick to Qantas and you won't spend more time in airports than you have to. If they are late for some reason though, the average delay is 259 minutes.
Question : For SYD to NRT, how many departure times are there on a given day?
Answer : Of course the day matters, but on average, only one flight time exists when you fly from SYD to NRT. The average route departing Australia currently has six different flight times per day, so expect fewer options than you're used to.