Best airline to travel to japan

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The price of the flight to Japan is usually the most expensive part of our trip to the country. And together with the Japan Rail Pass and accommodation, it forms a triangle that takes most of the budget of our trip. That is why it is so important to try to find the best and cheapest flights, because this can be the difference between traveling cheaply to Japan or not.

But whether the price of the flight is cheaper or not, it is clear that it is an important investment. And once the flights are purchased, there is usually no turning back and our trip to Japan starts to become a reality.

That is why, in addition to the price, questions arise about issues such as documentation, visas, travel insurance, airlines, etc. So we are going to give answers to all that in this post to make finding the flight as easy as possible.

We have a post with more tips for cheap travel in Japan, dealing with other aspects of the trip than flights. In it we explain many details to keep in mind to save on transportation, accommodation, food, activities and more.

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In reality, there is no such thing as a “best airline”.    Each one has its pros and cons, the question is to know which airline is the most suitable for you. Many people can give you their subjective opinion, but everyone sees it from a different perspective and situation. After asking many travelers about their experiences, we have been able to come to a few general conclusions that can help you make your choice.

There are three types of flights: direct flights (no stops along the way and no change of planes), direct flights with stops (you will not get off the plane, but there will be a technical stop) and flights with stopovers (you will have to change planes at least once).

Direct flights have quite high prices, and their main users tend to be people who prioritize time and comfort before the price of the ticket, such as executives, wealthy people or anyone who needs to get to the destination as quickly as possible.

On the contrary, flights with stopovers exist to counteract the offer of direct flights, so that tourists can travel without spending so much money. These trips are longer and more tiring. During the stopover, you have to go through security checks again at the next airport and, depending on the length of the stopover, you will have to wait a few hours. There is also the possibility of having problems with schedules and missing one of your flights because of a delay. For all these reasons, these tickets are usually cheaper.

All nippon airways

14 days. Group min / max: 4 / 10. Departures: January 10 and 24, February 7 and 21, March 6 and 20, April 3 and 24. May 15 and 29, June 28, July 10 and 24, August 14 and 21, September 11 and 25, October 9 and 23, November 6 and 20, and December 4 and 18, 2020. Price: 3,650 € + 422 € taxes.

A tour of Japan in a small group with an English-speaking guide that will take us from the modern city of Tokyo to the Japanese Alps. A romantic circuit through the hidden Japan in Takayama, Shirakagawo and Kanazawa. Before returning home, we will enjoy the treasures of the ancient capital Kyoto and Nara. Finally we will sleep in one of Japan’s most sacred places, Koyasan and Osaka, Japan’s third largest city after Tokyo and Yokohama, known for its castle and the entertainment district of Dotombori and Namba (see more).

In late March-early April comes one of the most important moments in Japanese life; the ‘sakura’ has long been considered in Japan a symbol of ephemeral beauty, a metaphor for life, bright and beautiful, but fragile and fleeting. This announcement of spring is the occasion to stroll under the lushness of flowers with delicate pink tones and, above all, to drink, eat, chat and sing. In the parks, tablecloths are spread out, sometimes from the early hours of the day, to celebrate a happy feast with friends and neighbors (see more).

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All Nippon Airways, also known as Zennikku or ANA, is one of the largest airlines in Japan. It operates flights to 49 destinations within Japan and 31 around the world. Its most important international hubs are Tokyo’s Narita International Airport and Osaka’s Kansai International Airport. Its domestic hubs are Tokyo International Airport (Haneda), Osaka International Airport Itami, Chubu Centrair International Airport (near Nagoya), and New Chitose Airport (near Sapporo).

In addition to its main operations, ANA controls several subsidiary airlines such as Air Nippon, Air Japan, and Air Next. ANA is also the major shareholder of Peach, a Japanese low-cost airline.

Skymark is a low-cost airline based at Tokyo International Airport (Haneda). It operates low-cost flights on domestic routes in Japan. In addition to Haneda, the airline has a secondary hub at Kobe Airport.

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