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Many More Direct Trains between Narita and Haneda - Travel Time Reduced 20 Min. via New Route

Many More Direct Trains between Narita and Haneda - Travel Time Reduced 20 Min. via New Route

The Haneda-Narita Direct Train.

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Starting July 17, Sumida Ward, Tokyo-based Keisei Electric Railway Co., Ltd. and Minato Ward, Tokyo-based Keihin Electric Express Railway Co., Ltd. will increase the number of direct trains connecting Narita Airport in Narita, Chiba Prefecture and Haneda Airport in Ohta Ward, Tokyo with the opening of the new Narita Sky Access route, thus reducing travel time by about 20 minutes.

The new direct trains from Narita to Haneda will run via the Keisei Line, the Narita Sky Access Line, again on the Keihei Line, the Toei Asakasa Line and then the Keikyu Line. The current schedule is as shown below.

Direct Trains Departing from Narita

Weekdays: 1 daily, Weekends & Holidays: 2 daily

Direct Trains Departing from Haneda

Weekdays: 5 daily, Weekends & Holidays: 1 daily

The new schedule will run many more trains, as shown below

Direct Trains Departing from Narita

Weekdays: 12 daily, Weekends & Holidays: 16 daily

Direct Trains Departing from Haneda

Weekdays: 11 daily, Weekends & Holidays: 16 daily

Trains will run about every 40 minutes in both directions. Trips departing from Narita will take 104 minutes and trips departing from Haneda will take 103 minutes, a reduction of about 20 minutes.

Narita Sky Access is the moniker for the Narita Rapid Rail, the new ground transport route connecting downtown Tokyo with Narita Airport. New train models will run faster than any others on conventional rail in Japan at 160 kp/h, following a new route via the Hokuso Line north of the current Keisei Line and connecting Nippori (Taito Ward) and Airport Terminal 2 Stations in as little as 36 minutes. Direct trains between Narita and Haneda will also be able to greatly reduce travel time via this route.

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