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Getting to the airport tomorrow (typhoon) 2019/9/9 19:16
The news show all kind of complications at the train stations and the airport, but i dont speak japanese and have no idea if this will influence my way to the airport tomorrow. I will take the yamanote line to ginza and then wanted to get the narita access bus, early morning. Will this work? And will the airport be normal? I know that there are always lots of people, but do i need to expect what is shown on the tv news (endless waiting lines)?
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Re: Getting to the airport tomorrow (typhoon) 2019/9/9 19:49
"The Access Narita" buses are currently not running, and no schedule is set for when they will resume. The only option currently is Keisei trains ("Sky Access" line only).
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Re: Getting to the airport tomorrow (typhoon) 2019/9/9 20:03
So if you need to be in Narita early, you should go to a Keisei station (Nippori or Ueno) now to reserve a Skyliner seat (and hope it's not booked out already). Otherwise you'll have to take the regular, non-reserved trains, which could be extremely crowded.
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Re: Getting to the airport tomorrow (typhoon) 2019/9/9 21:30
Thank you for answering. I booked a skyliner ticket, sounds like the safest option.
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