I need to go from Narita Airport Terminal 1 to Shinagawa (Tokyo Marriott), and find that the best way (cost wise) is by the Keisei Narita Sky Access Express 1520 yens. But on Hyperdia it transfers thru so many lines - do i have to get off and on each time, it is like: ¥1,380. Keisei Narita Sky Access Exp. for HANEDA AIRPORT DOMESTIC TERMINAL
The covered lines are the JR・Narita Express, Keisei Main Line, and Keisei Narita Sky Access・Keisei Skyliner. “Some disruptions” in service information indicates schedule disruption on some routes or sections.
A ticket for the fast and comfortable Keisei Skyliner limited express, connecting Narita Airport to the heart of Tokyo in as little as 41 minutes, the Tokyo Subway Ticket which allows users to freely ride any Tokyo subway line for 24, 48 or 72 hours, and the Tokyo Tower Main Deck Admission ticket with an amazing view all at a specially low priced set. The limited express train fares of the Keisei Sky Access Line between Narita Airport and Ueno are as follows. JPY 1,240 for adult (12 years & over) JPY 620 for child (between 6 and under 12 years) Free if under 6 years. Since there is no seat assignment on the Keisei train except the Skyliner, no extra charge occurs. 1. The line is called the SKY ACCESS Line, the train services are known as Skyliner, Access Express etc that operate on that line. 2. The other stations are other terminal stations the train goes to, some on the Toei Asakusa Line and most of them are on the Keikyu Line past Shinagawa.
1. The line is called the SKY ACCESS Line, the train services are known as Skyliner, Access Express etc that operate on that line. 2. The other stations are other terminal stations the train goes to, some on the Toei Asakusa Line and most of them are on the Keikyu Line past Shinagawa. *Major credit cards can be used to purchase either the Skyliner ticket alone or a combined base fare and Skyliner ticket. *Please use the machines located outside the ticket gate when using the Skyliner Ticket Machine to purchase tickets. 2010: Narita Sky Access opening. From July 17, 2010, the Skyliner services were transferred from the Keisei Main Line to the Narita Sky Access route, with the introduction of new AE series EMUs. New Cityliner services using the older AE100 series trains replaced the former Skyliner on the Keisei Main Line. Think Keisei Electric Railway when traveling from Narita Airport to Downtown Tokyo Traffic Info. Select Language Japanese English 簡体中文 繁體中文 한국어 ภาษาไทย