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Emirates Announces Bus Service for Economy Passengers Arriving in Tokyo

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Dubai-based Emirates has shared that it will introduce a bus service designed for its economy passengers flying on its flights to Tokyo’s Haneda Airport (HND).

Let’s take a look at all the details of this upcoming bus service for Emirates passengers flying economy in the Japanese capital.

Emirates Introduces Bus Service for Tokyo Haneda Passengers

Starting September 1, 2023, passengers flying with Emirates in economy to Tokyo’s Haneda Airport (HND) will be able to utilize a new complimentary bus service that will take them from the airport directly to 2 of the city’s central train stations.

Buses will depart from Haneda’s Terminal 3 Charter Bus Parking spot and will take passengers either to Tokyo Station (TYQ) at the Marunouchi North Entrance, or to Shinagawa Station (SGS) at the Konan Entrance bus stop no. 7, according to a press release from Emirates.

Tokyo Station
Tokyo Station in Tokyo, Japan. Image Credit: wen_xiao via Unsplash

Emirates’ buses will operate according to the following schedule:

  • Bus EK7034
    • Depart Haneda Airport (HND) 12:01 a.m. — Arrive Tokyo Station (TYQ) 12:40 a.m.
  • Bus EK7036
    • Depart Haneda Airport (HND) 12:01 a.m. — Arrive Shinagawa Station (SGS) 12:30 a.m.

Emirates’ 1 daily flight between Dubai (DXB) and Haneda Airport (HND) arrives in Tokyo at 10:35 p.m., so a bus departure just after midnight should give passengers plenty of time to clear immigration, collect their bags, and make the bus into the city.

However, the airline notes that if the inbound flight is delayed, buses will depart at 1 a.m. local time so passengers can still make their connection into the city (unless the flight is severely delayed, of course).

Bus journeys will take 40 minutes or less, and the coaches themselves will feature onboard restrooms, a nice touch for passengers coming off the roughly 10-hour flight from Dubai.

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Final Thoughts

It can be a daunting task to arrive anywhere late at night and then have to figure out how you’ll make it from the airport into the center of town — this is especially true in a major metropolitan city like Tokyo, where the sheer number of transit links from the airport can make even the most seasoned urban explorer’s head spin.

Emirates’ new bus service for economy passengers (remember, the airline already offers chauffeur service for its business and first-class passengers) can take a lot of the guesswork out of getting into Tokyo — and best of all, the service is free!

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