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Tokyo Narita NRT Airport Terminal Map

Main Terminal / Concourses at Tokyo Narita NRT Airport

Tokyo Narita Airport: International Arrivals, Terminal Complex Layout, &Terminal details, Services & Amenities, Terminal-to-Terminal transfer,  and getting to Haneda Airport:

International Arrivals at Terminal 2 (if arriving at Satellite, use the connecting corridor to the Main Building) need to go to level 2 of the Main building for quarantine & immigration procedure,  then proceed to level 1 for baggage claim, & Customs Inspection, Plant & Animal Quarantine (if applicable) & Arrivals Lobby.

The passenger terminal complex at Narita International Airport consists of two passenger terminals - T1 & T2: The six-level Terminal 1, with check-in counters situated at both North and South Wings, and Terminal 2 with a five-level main building, connected to a two-level satellite building. Both terminals have underground train stations. As there is no walkway between the two terminals, connecting shuttle buses are available at both pre- and post-security areas. (see details at Terminal-to-Terminal Transfer below).
Early morning Departures: While the Central Entrance to T2 is open daily 24 hours, level 1 opens at 3:30am; & level 3 opens 5am; After 6am, all entrances are open.  (the corridor betwween level 2 of T2 and Garage P2 is open 24 hrs/day.
Transfer passengers arriving late evening and needing  to catch an early-morning connecting flight may use the designated terminal areas (a 24-hr convenience stores is in Terminal 2.)


Terminal 1 of Narita International has its landside divided into a North Wing with Satellites 1 & 2, a Central Building,  and a South Wing with Satellites 3, 4 & 5.  Arriving passengers must clear immigration on the second level and thereafter proceed to the first level to claim their baggage and clear customs. Departing passengers check in on the fourth level and continue on to the third level for security and immigration check.
New common-use self-service check-in kiosks for  SkyTeam airline members are located at Terminal 1 North, in the lobby area and throughout piers A - F.
Level B1 of T1 houses the Railway station for JR & Keisei;
Level 1 houses the International Arrivals Lobby & Domestic check-in counter; JetStar passengers check in on this level.
Level 2 houses the Immigration & Domestic Departure area;
Level 3 is for passport control, duty-free & regular shopping . 
Level 4 houses the International Departure Lobby,  divided into a South Wing with check-in counters A - H, and North Wing with check-in counters A - F, and access to gates 11-58. The Central building area, as well as the gate areas house restaurants & shops.
Level 5 houses restaurants, shops and observation deck,
The Central Building houses most of the shops and food & drink establishments and the South Wing has a duty-free mall. It also has access to gates 26 & 27.
The North Wing is mainly for airline members of the SkyTeam (except British Airways), Virgin Atlantic and Aircalin. It has Satellite 1 with gates 1-18 and Satellite 2 with gates 21-27.
The South Wing with seven-levels serves Star Alliance carriers (except Air New Zealand and Egypt Air) and non-Star Alliance carriers Uzbekistan, Vladivosok, Etihad & Qatar. The first level is used for ANA's domestic flights. Satellite 1 has gates 11-18; Satellite 2 has gates 21-25; Satellite 3 has gates 31-38; Satellite 4 has gates 41-47; Satellite 5 has gates 51-58.

Passengers tranferring from Terminal 1 to Terminal 2's Satellite (gates 81-99) will arrive at the Satellite at its center between gates 81 & 91 at bus gate 80.

Terminal 2 of Narita International has a main building and a satellite, both of which are connected by the Terminal 2 Shuttle - a cable-driven tram.  Japan Airlines is the dominant carrier at T2. Other airlines at T2 include some OneWorld carriers, and Air New Zealand, EgyptAir, China Southern & Emirates. 
Passengers on domestic flights use gates 61- 67, which are connected to both the main departures concourse and to a separate domestic check-in facility in the main building. Gates 71-77 of the Main Terminal serve international flights.
In the center of the gate area, shuttle platform 2F leads to departure bus gates 70A-M and to Terminal 1shuttle bus gate 60. 
Level B1 of T2 houses the the train station for: Narita Sky Access Line, Keisei Main Line & the JR line.
Level 1 houses the international arrivals lobby with customs clearance & baggage claim, as well as domestic check-in counters.
Level 2 houses Immigration; and has a North & South end - at the South end are Domestic Services. In the center, after security check , are to domestic gates 61-67 and international gates 71-77.  Level 2 also has a connector to Satellite level 3.
Level 3 houses the international departure lobby & passport control, and has access between gates 67-77 to the connector to Satellite gates 81-99
Level 4 houses restaurants, shops & observation deck.
Terminal 2 Satellite  has on level 2 the arrivals concourse and on level 3 the departure concourse. It has gates 81-88 and 91-99. From there you can connect to Terminal 1 at Bus gate 80 (between gates 81 & 91).

Service and amenities in both terminals at Narita Airport are outstanding and include laundry & dry cleaning facilities, showers and day rooms, child entertainment, business services, banking facilities, and a host of restaurants and shops, to name just a few.  Free WiFi access is now available throughout both terminals WiFi desks for free wireless LAN access are available at Terminal 1. Recenly, new shops were added (and others refurbished), including duty-free shop and Brand Mall, and more shops are being added.

Airline /Credit Card /Airport Lounges:

1. In Terminal 1: (a) in Satellites:   ANA Suite Lounges & ANA Lounges - Satellites 5 & 3;  United Club & United International First Lounges - Central Building, levels 3 & 4; The Clubhouse by Virgin Atlantic - Satellite 5, KAL lounge, Delta Sky Club lounges - Satellite 2 and Air France lounge - Satellite 1.
(b) in Central Bldg, level 5:  TEI Lounge, IASS Executive Lounge.
2. In Terminal 2: (a) in Main Bldg, level 4: TEI Lounge & IASS Executive Lounge 2

Terminal-to-Terminal Transfer: 
1. Arriving passengers in Terminal 2, who connect between domestic & international flights
need to exit the gate area, proceed to the international check-in area, and check in for their connecting flight.  Connecting flight counters and security checkpoints are in terminal 1 at levels 3 & 4, in Terminal 2 in the Main building, level 2 and the Satellite Bldg. level 2. 
2. While connecting shuttle buses serve both pre- and post-security areas - those at post-security are for connecting passengers only.
(a) For pre-security transfers, travel time is 10 min.; buses come around on average every 10 mins; and between 6:30-7:30am & 8-10pm every 20 mins. Bus stops for the pre-security shuttle buses:  Terminal 1, level 1 (Arrivals) - stop 6; Terminal 2, level 1 (Arrivals) - stops 8 & 18; Higashi Narita Station (Kisei line, Shbayama line) - bus stop.
(b) For post-security transfers, the shuttle bus departs at Terminal 1 at gates 28 and 59 (gate 59 is for boarding only) and proceeds to Terminal 2 at gate 60  (travel takes about 15 minutes).
(c) For Transfer between T1 & T2's Satellite: Passengers tranferring from Terminal 1 to Terminal 2's Satellite (gates 81-99) will arrive at the Satellite at its center between gates 81 & 91 .
Transferring to Tokyo Haneda Airport:  from the Airport stations at either Terminal 2 or Terminal 1, use the Narita Express to Hama  matsucho and transfer to the Tokyo Monorail into Haneda.  You can also take the Terminal 1 Airport Limousine Bus, stopping at TCAT Tokyo City Air Terminal and continuing on to either Haneda Airport or Yokohama.

NOTE: A new LCC (low-cost carrier) terminal adjacent to Terminal 2 and able to handle up to 7.5 million passengers a year, is to open by 2015. )


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