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Emirates unveils complimentary bus services at Tokyo-Haneda Airport

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Beginning on September 1, the largest international airline, Emirates, will offer a new complimentary bus service for its Economy Class passengers landing at Tokyo-Haneda Airport.

The iconic Tokyo Station (TYQ) at Marunouchi North Entrance and the bustling Shinagawa Station (SGS) at Konan Entrance bus stop number 7 are the two prominent drop-off locations for passengers of Emirates, which will be the only airline in Japan to offer a complimentary bus service from Haneda Airport to major train stations within Tokyo. This ensures a seamless and effective transportation solution for passengers of Emirates.

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The new service will be accessible at the Terminal 3 Charter Bus Parking location at Haneda Airport, which has a three-letter IATA number that enables travelers to easily organize their bookings all the way through their final stations. Bus EK7034 travels from Haneda International Airport to Tokyo Station (TYQ) at 00:01 and 00:40 respectively. At 00:01, bus EK7036 will leave Haneda International Airport and arrive at 00:30, Shinagawa Station (SGS). Every time is local.

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Emirates customers can travel to central Tokyo locations in less than or close to 40 minutes with the free daily service, which provides them with quick and effective connectivity. The thoughtful addition of onboard restrooms and other easily accessible amenities further enhances a smooth travel experience.

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In rare cases of delayed flight arrival, the bus will wait until 1:00hrs local time the following day to accommodate the passengers and drop them off at the designated stations.

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