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The JR Narita Express is a quick way to get to Tokyo from Narita Airport and costs ¥3,000 (≈ S$ 37) for an hour-long journey. Catching the bus is a cheaper alternative, with tickets at ¥1,000 (≈ S$ 12.30). Trains are also available from Haneda and cost ¥600 (≈ S$ 7.40), but the journey requires a change of transport to get to Tokyo Station. Keikyu Limousine buses are another option from Haneda and cost ¥1,000 approx., depending on the final destination.
There are some pet-friendly airlines serving Narita International Airport which allow pets inside the cabin (provided they are not too big, heavy or dangerous). Opt for airlines such as Delta, Air France or Air Canada if you need a pet-friendly flight to Tokyo. All three airlines fly to Terminal 1 (subject to change).
The average direct flight takes 6h 45m, covering a distance of 8,536 km.
There are usually 91 direct flights each day leaving Singapore in the direction of Tokyo, for a total of 640 flights weekly.
In the last 3 days, Scoot offered the best one-way deal for that route, at S$ 189. KAYAK users also found Singapore to Tokyo return flights on ZIPAIR from S$ 381 and on Air Macau from S$ 392.
Singapore and Tokyo are connected by different airlines. The airlines that fly that route the most regularly are Singapore Airlines (17 flights per day, ANA (15 flights per day), and Fiji Airways (7 flights per day).
For Singapore to Tokyo, Tuesday is the cheapest day to fly on average and Monday is the most expensive. Flying from Tokyo back to Singapore, the best deals are generally found on Wednesday, with Tuesday being the most expensive.
On your way to Tokyo, you’ll fly out from Singapore Changi. You’ll be landing in one of Tokyo’s 2 airports: Tokyo Haneda or Tokyo Narita.
The earliest flight leaves Singapore at 00:50 and lands in Tokyo at 09:00.
The last flight leaves Singapore at 23:55 and lands in Tokyo at 08:00.
All the following airlines operate direct flights between Singapore and Tokyo: American Airlines, Air Canada, Air India, Ethiopian Air, Fiji Airways, Hawaiian Airlines, Japan Airlines, ANA, MIAT Mongolian, Qantas Airways, Singapore Airlines, Scoot, United Airlines, SriLankan Airlines, WestJet, ZIPAIR, and Vistara.
Only Scoot offers inflight Wi-Fi service on the Singapore to Tokyo flight route.
The Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner is the aircraft model that flies most regularly on the Singapore to Tokyo flight route.
oneworld, and Star Alliance are the airline alliances operating flights between Singapore and Tokyo, with Star Alliance being the most commonly used for this route.
There are direct flights from Singapore to Tokyo on a daily basis.
The two airlines most popular with KAYAK users for flights from Singapore to Tokyo are Vietnam Airlines and Philippine Airlines. With an average price for the route of S$ 710 and an overall rating of 7.5, Vietnam Airlines is the most popular choice. Philippine Airlines is also a great choice for the route, with an average price of S$ 555 and an overall rating of 7.3.
Singapore Airlines, ANA and Fiji Airways have all waived their change and cancellation fees on flights from Singapore to Tokyo. Confirm policies on booking site.
KAYAK is a travel search engine. That means we look across the web to find the best prices we can find for our users. With over 2 billion flight queries processed yearly, we are able to display a variety of prices and options on flights from Singapore to Tokyo.
KAYAK’s flight Price Forecast tool uses historical data to determine whether the price for a flight to Tokyo from Singapore is likely to change within 7 days, so travelers know whether to wait or book now.
Hacker Fares allow you to combine one-way tickets in order to save you money over a traditional return ticket. You could then fly to Tokyo with an airline and back to Singapore with another airline.
Sometimes travel dates aren't set in stone. If your preferred travel dates have some wiggle room, flexible dates will show you all the options when flying to Tokyo from Singapore up to 3 days before/after your preferred dates. You can then pick the flights that suit you best.
Wifi could have been better. Arrived 55 mins earlier than scheduled :)
Best part are two crying babies throughout the whole 11 hour trip
Clean and comfortable cabin. Friendly on board service. No vegetarian food options and movie options were very limited. Internet was very slow
I didn’t eat the food but there wasn’t an option. Seat was a little too small for me but everything else was great
Never again on Zipair. People please spend a little extra to fly on better airlines. After all, it’s your vacation! No screen TV, internet sucks. You can’t change or modify anything after purchasing your tickets, Our friends tried to change from paying for carryon to checking in bags. No no no, you’d have to pay for whatever the check in bags cost. Myself, change my mind and continue to travel to other destinations after Japan. The only refund they were going to paying me back was $67.00 tax? So I’ve decided to just let my family use the extra seats and take my carry on back with them. At Narita airport, they’re not allowed my husband to my carry on back with them although I’ve already paid for. He end up have to paid $50.00 to check in that bag? You tell me, do you want to travel with Zipair? Hell no!
Inflight WiFi would lose connection when you don't continuously use it, and would sometimes be difficult to reconnect. Food quality could be a bit better. Other than that, it was excellent.
i requested refund and among $800 i got refunded 100 bucks :) how can it be possible?
Staff didn't speak much English but were attentive. Not one time was I offered a snack or complimentary drink.
English on the website detailing items allowed in checked bag or carry-on could have been more clear. In flight WiFi had errors, cut out, and needed to constantly reconnect.
Instead of the flight attendants talking to each other they should have been monitoring the passengers. The person beside me took a phone call literally 30 seconds before the plane landed. As we were going down the runway ( from landing ) a person in the row in front of me and behind me made phone calls; CRAZY