Narita Airport Guide to Tokyo Narita International Airport (NRT)

Narita Airport Terminal 3

Narita Airport Terminal 3 is also known as Budget terminal or low-cost terminal.

It can handle up to 7,5 million passengers per year.

Terminal 3 consists of a couple of buildings: The Main Building and the Satellite Building. 

TRANSFER BETWEEN TERMINALS 

There is a free shuttle bus between terminals.

There are different lines that cover the route: 

Blue Line: Between Terminals 1, 2 and 3. It works from 07:00 am to 09:30 pm every 15 minutes. 

Orange Line: Between Terminals 2 and 3. Service hours are from 04:30 am to 11:20 pm every 3 to 5 minutes. 

Levels

Narita Airport Terminal 3 consists of four floors:

First floor

This is the Arrivals level for both Domestic and International flights, where passengers collect their baggage and go up to the Second Floor to continue with the procedure. 

Second floor

This is the main access to the terminal.

It works as the departure lobby and the arrivals lobby.

Find here the check-in area, access to departures and domestic departures (located in the satellite building) as well as waiting areas, etc.

Domestic departures area is located in the satellite building with gates from 161 to 171. 

Third floor

This is the International Departures area.

Find here the duty free and shopping area. 

Fourth floor

There is an access bridge that links both the Main and Satellite Buildings.

SERVICES 

- Restaurants and cafés
- Baby care facilities
- Children’s play area
- Shops and Duty Free
- Baggage delivery
- Lockers
- Pharmacy
- Packing area
- Prayer room
- Duty Free Pick Up Corner
- Baggage wrapping service

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