Fly to Tokyo with SAS
There are plenty of reasons to fly to Tokyo Narita (NRT) with SAS. To begin with, SAS has, for the third time in a row, been named Europe’s most punctual airline.
Your time is important to us and that’s why we make a special effort to be on time so you don’t miss precious experiences or important meetings at your destination.
Another reason to fly with SAS is the high level of service you’ll enjoy no matter which class you’re travelling in. SAS Go is the standard ticket with the lowest prices, offering all of SAS trademark services: online/mobile check-in, free seat selection, a 23 kg/50 lb. baggage allowance, comfortable seats with ample leg room and EuroBonus points.
On our long-haul flights to Tokyo, food and drinks are included and you’ll be served delicious and locally produced food with accompanying drinks. In addition, you have access to a selection of magazines in SAS Go and you can enjoy your personal in-seat entertainment system with movies, music, games and more.
One step up, our SAS Plus features a number of additional services: your own laptop power outlet, a more generous baggage allowance, access to priority boarding and more. SAS Business offers a maximum of luxury and comfort. With roomy sleeper seats that can be reclined to 170°, you’ll have plenty of space to relax, work or sleep.
When you fly with SAS, all taxes are included in the price up front so you don’t have to worry about extra fees. Book your flight to Tokyo on this page through a few easy steps and enjoy a leisurely way of travelling.
Enjoy the view of Tokyo
With over 35 million people in greater Tokyo, the capital of Japan is one of the world’s largest urban areas. Tokyo is a fascinating mix of futuristic high-tech cityscapes and glimpses of old Japan. In Tokyo, you’ll find world-class shopping and plenty of gourmet restaurants as well. Tokyo has something for everyone. Get “Lost in Translation” and grab a coffee or a drink at a rooftop café/bar and simply enjoy the view of the Tokyo skyline. You can also get lost in the city’s enormous grid of streets and have an authentic sushi lunch before you shop ‘till you drop in one of Tokyo’s shopping malls.
Japan has several world-famous designers, including Kenzo and Issey Miyake, but in Tokyo, you can find all major international brands too. The city rivals New York and London when it comes to shopping.