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Flight Info Notes on Detroit to Tokyo

From Airports
Detroit Metro Airport
Detroit City Airport
Willow Run Airport
Destination Airports
Narita Airport
Haneda Airport
Yokota Afb Airport

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Detroit Tokyo Flight Information

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Transportation from City Center to Detroit Metropolitan Airport

Detroit Metropolitan Airport is a passenger airport located in Detroit, Michigan, USA. Detroit Metropolitan Airport, Michigan's busiest airport, is also one of the largest airports in the country. Also known as Metro Airport or Wayne County Airport, the airport is 26 km from Detroit city center and 30 km from the main bus station, Greyhound.

There are scheduled flights from Detroit Metropolitan Airport to 30 different international and 40 different national centers. New York, Seattle, Chicago, Washington, Boston, Las Vegas, Orlando, Portland, San Francisco; On international flights, Paris, Frankfurt, London, Amsterdam, Shanghai and Munich are among the popular destinations.

Since the airport has two separate terminals, McNamara and the North Terminal, it is necessary to check in advance which terminal the plane will take off from. Both terminals have short-term and long-term parking spaces. In both terminals, the first half-hour parking fee is $4, and the daily parking fee is $36. In addition, there are cafes and restaurants where you can spend time in both terminals. Check-in desks and luggage delivery areas are located in both terminals separately.

You can review the following methods for transportation from the city center to Detroit Metropolitan Airport:


It is possible to reach the airport by city buses called SMART and SMART FAST from the city center. 125, 280, and 261 for the North Terminal; Buses 125 and 261 can be taken to McNamara terminal. Buses departing from Michigan & Schaefer stop end at the airport. The journey takes approximately 40 minutes and costs $2 (2019).


Transportation from the city center to the airport by taxi costs approximately $40 and the journey takes 20 minutes (2019).

Detroit Metropolitan Airport Contact Information:
Address: Detroit, Michigan 48242, United States
Phone Number: +1 734-247-7678

Transportation from Haneda Airport to the City Center

It is possible to reach the city center from Haneda Airport, which is approximately 14 km away from the city center, by bus, train, taxi and car rental options.

You can reach Tokyo, Kanagawa, Chiba, Saitama and Kanto regions by buses departing from the airport. Passengers disembarking at Haneda Airport should check the bus schedule at the International Terminal. Also, don't forget to buy tickets from the ticket desk or automatic machine before getting on the bus.

Haneda Airport International Passenger Terminal is directly connected to the underground station on the Keikyu Line and the Tokyo Monorail Line on the 5th Floor. The Keikyu line operates between 07:30 and 21:00 on weekdays, and between 09:00 and 17:00 on weekends and holidays. The working hours of the monorail line are between 09:00 and 19:00 on weekdays, and between 09:00 and 17:00 on weekends and holidays.

At Haneda Airport, you can find taxis available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week by the curb on the first floor. You can pay in taxis with both cash and credit card.

Another alternative to get from Haneda Airport to the city center is to rent a car. Offices at the airport serve between 08:00 and 20:00. You can get the car you rented on the same day.

Transportation from Narita Airport to City Center

It is possible to reach the city center from Narita Airport by bus, train, taxi and car rental options.

Airport Limousine Bus, Keisei Bus and HEIWA KOTSU bus companies serve the bus, which is the most convenient option. Buses to central Tokyo depart from different terminals.

You can also reach the city center from the airport by the Narita Sky Access, Keisei Main Line and JR Line train lines. Passengers who will use the Keisei and JR lines will pass through two gates, so they must keep their tickets after the first pass.

Another way to get to the city center is to take the taxis you can find in Terminals 1, 2 and 3. There are two types of taxis here, standard and fixed tariff. Extra charges may apply in the early morning and late at night for taxis that do not require prior reservations.

If you want to rent a car from Narita Airport, you can find the offices of companies such as Nippon, Toyota, Nissan, ORIX in all terminals. You can check it on their website as working hours vary.

FAQs about Flights from Detroit to Tokyo

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  • Which airports am I going to use while flying from Detroit to Tokyo ?
    When flying from Detroit, you will be using one of the following airports: Detroit City Airport, Detroit Metro Airport, Willow Run Airport. You will be arriving to these airport(s): Haneda Airport, Narita Airport, Yokota Afb Airport.
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