New Express Train operated by Keisei Electric Railway connects Nippori and Narita Airport at 36 minutes.
Skyliner express train
New express train started to run between Ueno, Nippori and Narita International Airport in July 2010.
(L) A newly constructed Keisei plateform of Nippori station and Skyliner express train to the Narita International Airport
(R) A route information of the new track line of Skyliner
New express train is waiting for departure at Ueno station, Tokyo for Narita International Airport
(L) New express train arrived at the Terminal 2 station at Narita International Airport.
(R) A wide Keisei underground plateform of Terminal 2 station
New Keisei's Skyliner express train between Nippori and Narita Airport
The Keisei Electric Railway Co., Ltd. is a major private railway in Chiba and Tokyo. The main
railway track connects between Tokyo city area and the eastern suburb cities of Chiba
Prefecture. The well-known express train, 'Skyliner' departs from Ueno and Nippori stations
for Narita International Airport stations. The railway company abolished all smoking vehicles,
and all train now became smoke-free after July, 2010.
(L)AED ( automated external defibrillator ) is provided in the new Keisi' express train.
(R) AED product by Cardiac Science ( This train uses another Japanese product )
(L) Automated hand-washing (M) A toilet for a handicapped (R) A luggage space closed to the train deck
(L) No more 'smoking seat' ticket will be sold here, at the Narita International Airport. (R) A skyliner at the Narita Airport Station
Timetable "Keisei 'Skyliner" The city- Narita International Airport$B!!(B
Narita Airport-City Rail Service: Comparison between the Keisei and JR rail services
The rail fare, travel time and frequency of express train service, between the city center
(Tokyo or Uneno station) and Narita international airport stations:
$B!|(B Keisei 'Skyliner' 2,465 Yen, minimum 41min (between Ueno and Terminal 2 stations),
26 trains per day
$B!|(BJR-East 'Narita Express' 3,020 Yen, minimum 50min (between Tokyo and Terminal 2 stations),
28 trains per day - as of 2017.
(L) JR-East Narita Express (R) A no-smoking waiting room for NEX train at Narita International Airport station
(L) Narita Express route map and time display (R) Narita Express train arrived at Terminal 2 station at Narita International Airport.
(L) Interior of JR's Narita Express
(M) Now, NXT, Narita Express train is arriving to the underground plateform of Tokyo station.
(R) A route map of Narita Express (Yokohama-Narita Airport)
Narita Express, abbreviated as N'EX, is a limited express train service operated since 1991
by East Japan Railway Company (JR East ), serving Narita International Airport from
various Greater Tokyo Area stations. An individual Green Car ( first-class ) seat can be
reserved at a cost of 1,490 Yen, regardless of destination, in addition to the standard class fare.
All trains are smoke-free. The main competition for the Narita Express is the Skyliner train
operated by Keisei Electric Railway's Company.
(L) A guide board to Narita Express underground plateform at Tokyo Station
(R) NEX, Narita Express, arriving to Tokyo Station
NEX, Narita Express train at the underground plateform of Tokyo Station
NEX, Narita Express train at the plateform of Shinjuku Station
Time-table "Narita Express" to Narita Airport
Time-table "Narita Express" to the City
If you are the first time to visit Tokyo and have a luggage to carry, I would recommend you
to take an airport train to downtown Tokyo; then, take a taxi from the terminal or nearest train station.
A taxi fee in Tokyo is very reasonable, and the basic ride costs you 410 Yen ( 3.75 US dollars )
for the first 1,52M; then 80 Yen for the additional 237M, as of 2017.
All railway trains should be completely smoke -free.
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The article was written in July 2010, and last revised in March 2018,
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