Okinawa Naha (OKA) to Tokyo (TYOA)
Airlines that fly from Okinawa Naha to Tokyo
Direct flights from Naha, the capital of Okinawa Prefecture and Tokyo are operated by ANA, JAL, Skymark Jetstar and Vanilla Air. There are on average 39 flights a day on this route. These flights are split between Tokyo Haneda International and Tokyo Narita International airports, 11 and 39 miles from Tokyo,respectively.
Naha International Airport is located roughly two and a half miles west of the city centre. Located on an old Imperial Japanese Navy airfield, it is the main gateway to people travelling to and from Okinawa Prefecture, and also operates international routes to Taiwan, Hong Kong, Korea and China. It serves as the main hub for Japan Transocean Air, Ryukyu Air Commuter and Peach, and is a focus city for Skymark Airlines. Naha Airport has one runway and two terminals – the International Terminal and Domestic Terminal. The domestic terminal has a separate annex (LCCT) used only by Peach and Vanilla Air.
All passengers flying to Tokyo will leave from the domestic terminal. Those on Vanilla will depart from the northern annex of the domestic terminal. The departure lobby is on the second floor, while the ticketing and check-in lobby is on the third floor, where passengers can check-in, print off boarding passes and drop off their luggage. There isawiderange of shopping and dining options available. The airport is served by several bus routes to various parts of Okinawa Island, and is also on the Okinawa Monorail. This takes passengers into Naha itself as well as to Shuri Station, in under half an hour.
What to expect in Tokyo
Both Naha and Tokyo are on Japan Standard Time, and neither city observesdaylight savings. The climate in Tokyo is a humid subtropical one, characterised by hot humid summers and mild winters, though there will be the occasional cold spell and snow. The wettest months are between March and October. August is the hottest month, with an average temperature of 30 °C, while January is both statistically the driest month and the coldest one. Temperatures in January tend to be between 1°C and 10°C. As you would expect from a capital city, the cost of living in Tokyo is higher than in Naha. A meal out will cost around an extra 60% and an average grocery shop in the region of 100% more. Public transport is about 90% more, while accommodation in Tokyo will cost 100% - 800% more.
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