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There’s nowhere quite like Tokyo. Not just a hotspot for shopping, sightseeing and sensational cuisine, the ultra-modern city is also a prime destination for business travelers. Why not experience it for yourself with our discounted Business or First Class flights to Tokyo?
Whatever your reason for visiting space-age Tokyo, make sure your journey goes as smoothly as possible with our unbeatable deals on First and Business Class tickets. We’re pros at keeping luxury travel low-cost. Let us help you find the best price for your chosen travel dates, whether they’re next week or in a few months’ time.
Spotlight on Tokyo Airports
With two international airports to choose between, you’ll find flights to almost every country on the planet from Tokyo. This includes over a dozen direct routes to cities across the USA and Canada. Travel on regularly scheduled flights or make the most of special seasonal routes to/from places like Washington and Vancouver.
Ancient landmarks meet futuristic marvels in Japan’s sprawling capital. The huge city is one of the most populated on the planet and offers up something for everyone, whether you want to sit on the sidelines at sumo tournaments, indulge your tastebuds at high-end restaurants or shop the latest trends in modern Japanese fashion.
Tokyo’s skyline is a mishmash of glimmering skyscrapers and elegant temples. Soar to the top of the Tokyo Skytree for epic views as far as the eye can see or head into the Harajuku district to immerse yourself in funky Japanese pop culture. Despite its reputation for modernity and innovation, Tokyo is also dripping in history. The Tokyo National Museum is a must-visit, but you’ll also spot the serene Meiji Shinto Shrine and the immense Imperial Palace.
Japan has long been famed for its mouthwatering gastronomy. Enjoy some of the freshest seafood in the world in Tokyo, whether it’s served sashimi style or pan-fried in breadcrumbs. The city offers a whirlwind of places to dine too, from casual izakaya lounges serving up cheap bites to elegant eateries specializing in sushi and sashimi. After dark, hop between the city’s chic cocktail bars or sing your heart out at a karaoke club.
In addition to being a thrilling place to explore as a tourist, Tokyo is also a powerhouse in the global business world. Japan boasts the world’s third-largest economy and has a reputation for quality – especially in its magnificent capital. Get ready to experience it for yourself when you snap up cheap Business Class flights to Tokyo with Elite Flyer.
Thanks to the city’s popularity, Tokyo has two ultra-modern international airports: Haneda and Narita. Both sit within easy distance of the center and feature a host of amenities for premium passengers. Which one experience from will depend on the airline you use and the route you’re flying.
Tokyo Haneda Airport (HND)
Haneda Airport (HND) is located 15 kilometers south of Tokyo’s center and is easily accessible by train, monorail, taxi or private transfer. It’s the closest international airport to the city and the larger of the two, with over 80 million passengers passing through its doors every year.
Booked cheap Business Class flights to Tokyo with Air Canada, Delta, American Airlines, United, All Nippon Airways (ANA) or Japan Airlines? As well as enjoying separate check-in desks and priority boarding, you’ll be able to relax before your return flight in a luxurious airport lounge.
Star Alliance member airlines (including Air Canada, United and All Nippon Airways) will have free access to the ANA Suite Lounge or ANA Lounge. Have a bite to eat at the noodle bar, sip on some sake, settle down in a massage chair for a snooze or take a long hot shower. There’s also an ANA arrival lounge if you’re journeying onto another Japanese destination and have a long layover.
Japan Airlines additionally have two stylish lounges at Haneda Airport: the Sakura Lounge for Business passengers and the exclusive First Class lounge. Both offer up delicious dining options, private workspaces, premium beverages and deluxe shower facilities. What’s more, American Airlines passengers traveling in First or Business have complimentary access to the Japan Airlines lounges.
Booked tickets with Delta? The US carrier is set to open a brand-new Delta Sky Club in Haneda Airport. Guests will be able to stretch out in comfortable seats, sip wine selected by the lounge’s very own in-house sommelier or pamper themselves in one of several spacious shower suites.
Tokyo Narita Airport (NRT)
You’ll find Tokyo Narita Airport (NRT) a little further away from the city. Nevertheless, it still offers up excellent routes from Japan to various North American cities with a handful of different airlines.
If you’re flying out of Narita Airport, there’s several lounges available to First and Business class customers. This includes a few ANA lounges (including an Arrivals lounge) and a Sakura Lounge that are accessible for Japan Airlines passengers.
You’ll also spot a United Club in Terminal 1. It’s the perfect place to unwind pre-flight; tuck into some fresh sushi, take a shower or sip draught beer as you watch aircraft land beyond the modern lounge’s huge windows. Flying with another international airline such as Emirates or Cathay Pacific? Both have their own luxurious lounges located in Terminal 2 complete with epic runway views, delicious dining, reclining seats and private shower facilities where you can freshen up pre-flight.
Tips for Cheap Business & First Class Tickets to Tokyo
Hoping to snap up some cheap Business Class flights to Tokyo? Here’s just some of the tricks we use to secure the best prices possible for your favorite premium travel routes.
Keep your airport options open. Depending on where you’re departing from in the USA or Canada, you might be able to fly into either of Tokyo’s airports. Compare prices for both by selecting ‘All Tokyo airports’ during the booking process and then chose the cheapest one.
Travel during the week. Weekends are often the most popular times to fly and this can sometimes push prices up. If you’re flexible, you might find better discounts on Tokyo Business Class fares between Tuesday and Thursday.
Buy tickets in advance. While amazing last-minute flight deals do exist, it’s usually safer to book your travel well in advance. Start searching for Tokyo flights up to six months in advance and look out for any airline seat sales.