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$283 Find cheap flights from Los Angeles to Tokyo Narita Airport

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10:55 am - 2:10 pmLAX-NRT
11h 15mnonstop
2:40 pm - 8:30 amNRT-LAX
9h 50mnonstop
$635ZIPAIR
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Tue, Sep 24 - Tue, Oct 8
10:55 am - 2:10 pmLAX-NRT
11h 15mnonstop
2:40 pm - 8:30 amNRT-LAX
9h 50mnonstop
$640ZIPAIR
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Fri, Sep 20 - Tue, Oct 1
10:55 am - 2:10 pmLAX-NRT
11h 15mnonstop
2:40 pm - 8:55 amNRT-LAX
10h 15mnonstop
$641ZIPAIR
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Wed, Jul 10 - Sat, Aug 31
10:30 am - 2:10 pmLAX-NRT
11h 40mnonstop
2:40 pm - 8:30 amNRT-LAX
9h 50mnonstop
$667ZIPAIR
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Mon, Oct 14 - Mon, Oct 21
8:35 am - 2:50 pmLAX-NRT
14h 15m1 stop
7:15 pm - 11:50 pmNRT-LAX
20h 35m2 stops
Mon, Aug 5 - Thu, Aug 29
8:35 am - 2:50 pmLAX-NRT
14h 15m1 stop
7:15 pm - 11:50 pmNRT-LAX
20h 35m2 stops
Mon, Aug 5 - Tue, Aug 27
12:50 am - 12:45 pmLAX-NRT
19h 55m1 stop
4:15 pm - 8:30 pmNRT-LAX
20h 15m1 stop
$775STARLUX Airlines
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Wed, Aug 28 - Fri, Sep 13
12:45 pm - 5:30 pmLAX-NRT
11h 45mnonstop
6:15 pm - 11:15 amNRT-LAX
10h 00mnonstop
$783Singapore Airlines
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Mon, Nov 18 - Mon, Dec 9
12:35 pm - 1:00 pmLAX-NRT
32h 25m1 stop
2:15 pm - 8:40 pmNRT-LAX
22h 25m1 stop
$814Philippine Airlines
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Thu, Sep 19 - Mon, Sep 30
12:35 pm - 8:00 pmLAX-NRT
39h 25m1 stop
9:30 am - 8:40 pmNRT-LAX
27h 10m1 stop
$815Philippine Airlines
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Flights from Los Angeles to Narita - Travel Insights & Trends

Get data-powered insights and trends into flights from Los Angeles to Narita to help you find the cheapest flights, the best time to fly and much more.

What’s the cheapest day of the week to fly from Los Angeles to Tokyo Narita Airport?

The average price of all flights from Los Angeles to Tokyo Narita Airport clicked on KAYAK for each day over the last 12 months.
When flying from Los Angeles to Tokyo Narita Airport, you should consider leaving on a Tuesday and avoid Saturdays if you are looking for the best rates. For your return to Los Angeles, you’ll find the best rates on Tuesdays and the most expensive ones on Sundays.

What is the cheapest month to fly from Los Angeles to Tokyo Narita Airport?

To calculate monthly average prices, KAYAK takes all prices for each month over the last year for flights from Los Angeles to Tokyo Narita Airport, removes the top 0.1% to account for outliers, and then takes the median of all values for each month.
The cheapest month for flights from Los Angeles to Tokyo Narita Airport is February, where tickets cost $657 on average. On the other hand, the most expensive months are June and December, where the average cost of tickets is $1,078 and $1,064 respectively.

How far in advance should I book a flight from Los Angeles to Tokyo Narita Airport?

To calculate daily average prices, KAYAK takes all prices for each day before departure over the last year for flights from Los Angeles to Tokyo Narita Airport, removes the top 0.1% to account for outliers, and then takes the average of all the values for each month.
To get a below average price on the flight from Los Angeles to Tokyo Narita Airport, you should book around 4 days before departure. For the absolute cheapest price, our data suggests you should book 47 days before departure.

Which airlines provide the cheapest flights from Los Angeles to Tokyo Narita Airport?

The cheapest price for the route for each airline clicked by KAYAK users in the last 72 hours.
The best deals for a one-way ticket found by KAYAK users over the last 3 days were on ZIPAIR ($283) and WestJet ($435). The cheapest round-trip tickets were found on ZIPAIR ($635) and STARLUX Airlines ($775).

Which airlines fly most frequently between Los Angeles and Tokyo Narita Airport?

Japan Airlines connects Los Angeles to Tokyo Narita Airport with up to 3 flights per day. ANA also offers 2 flights per day, while United Airlines follows with 2 flights per day.

Which airlines fly non-stop between Los Angeles and Tokyo Narita Airport?

Airline and price data is aggregated from results in KAYAK’s search results from the last 2 weeks for flights from Los Angeles to Tokyo Narita Airport.
There are 5 airlines that fly nonstop from Los Angeles to Tokyo Narita Airport. They are: ANA, Japan Airlines, Singapore Airlines, United Airlines and ZIPAIR. The cheapest price of all airlines flying this route was found with ZIPAIR at $427 for a one-way flight. On average, the best prices for this route can be found at ZIPAIR.

How many flights are there between Los Angeles and Tokyo Narita Airport per day?

Each day, there are 9 nonstop flights that take off from Los Angeles and land in Tokyo Narita Airport, with an average flight time of 11h 32m. The most common departure time is 1:00 pm and most flights take off in the morning. Each week, there are 63 flights and there are the same amount of flights each day 9.

Which cabin class options are there for flights between Los Angeles and Tokyo Narita Airport?

The average price of flights for each cabin class for the route found by users searching on KAYAK over the last 2 weeks.
There are 4 cabin class options for the route. These are First, Business, Economy and Prem Economy. Perform a search on KAYAK to find the latest prices and availability for all cabin fares, which differ across airlines.

How long does a flight from Los Angeles to Tokyo Narita Airport take?

Nonstop flights from Los Angeles generally make it to Tokyo Narita Airport in 11h 05m. The flying distance between the two cities is 5,436 miles.

What’s the earliest departure time from Los Angeles to Tokyo Narita Airport?

Early birds can take the earliest flight from Los Angeles at 10:30 am and will be landing in Tokyo Narita Airport at 2:10 pm.

What’s the latest departure time from Los Angeles to Tokyo Narita Airport?

If you prefer to fly at night, the latest flight from Los Angeles to Tokyo Narita Airport jets off at 2:20 pm and lands at 5:50 pm.

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January

High season

October

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$283
Best time to beat the crowds with an average 21% drop in price.
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Flight from Los Angeles to Tokyo Narita Airport

When to book flights from Los Angeles to Narita

Are your dates flexible? Find out the best times to travel from Los Angeles to Narita based on our flight data from the last year. Discover the cheapest month and even day to fly.
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FAQs for booking Los Angeles to Tokyo Narita Airport flights

  • Are there hotels near Tokyo Narita Airport (NTR)?

    If you're scheduled for a late evening arrival, consider spending a night at an elegant hotel around the airport. This saves you the hassle of commuting at night to your destination. Narita Tobu Hotel Airport is an excellent establishment around this area and offers fantastic amenities including a sauna and jacuzzi.

  • What attractions are there around Tokyo Narita Airport (NRT)?

    Besides serving as a transit or layover hub, NRT has a lot to offer in its vicinity. A stop at the Naritasan Shinshoji, which lies about 5.2 miles away, delves you into the area’s rich religious heritage amidst beautiful parks. You can easily walk there in about 15min. If you’re on a shopping spree, head to the Shisui Premium Outlet Mall for a wide selection of international fashion brands. A Higashi Kanto Expressway bus will get you there in about 10min.

  • Is there public transportation from Tokyo Narita Airport to downtown Tokyo?

    Tokyo Narita Airport lies about 50 miles from the city center of Tokyo. There are several ways to get there, including the NRT Airport Bus, Narita Shuttle, and train. However, the Keisei Skyliner train offers the easiest means to commute to downtown Tokyo in about 36min. You’ll get the trains at Narita Terminal 1 and Narita Terminal 2.

  • Are there any accessibility services available for passengers at NRT upon their arrival?

    Tokyo Narita Airports is accessible to disabled passengers and persons with limited mobility. Make early arrangements to enjoy these services. Upon arrival from Los Angeles, you’ll get a wheelchair service and separate lines for easier access to the counters.

  • Where can I find currency exchange offices at LAX Airport?

    You can find currency exchange offices at LAX Airport from Terminal 2 to Terminal 7 after you pass the Security area of the Departures zone. You can also find them at Tom Bradley International Terminal. You can also buy international SIM cards from currency exchange desks in LAX Airport, which might be smart to do before you travel to a foreign country.

  • Which airlines offer non-stop flights from LAX to NRT?

    Japan Airlines, All Nippon Airways, Singapore Airlines, and United Airlines offer non-stop flights from LA to Tokyo.

  • Is there a pet park available at LAX Airport?

    LAX Airport has small pet parks located between Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 and between Terminal 7 and Terminal 8. There is even a small doghouse, but make sure to clean up any mess your pet makes. There’s an additional pet park in the Tom Bradley International Terminal past the passenger-screening area. Pets are not allowed to run freely in the Central Terminal area. It is for the safety of your pet and others to keep your pet on a leash at all times.

  • What transportation services are available for traveling between terminals at LAX Airport?

    LAX Airport offers a free bus service for passengers who need to move between terminals. Additionally, travelers can use the FlyAway bus service to get dropped off at the airport.

  • What is the cheapest flight from Los Angeles to Tokyo Narita Airport?

    In the last 3 days, the lowest price for a flight from Los Angeles to Tokyo Narita Airport was $283 for a one-way ticket and $635 for a round-trip.

  • Do I need a passport to fly between Los Angeles and Tokyo Narita Airport?

    Yes, you'll most likely have to show a valid passport before boarding the plane in Los Angeles and on arrival in Tokyo Narita Airport.

  • Which airports will I be using when flying from Los Angeles to Tokyo Narita Airport?

    Los Angeles and Tokyo Narita Airport are both served by 1 main airport. You will leave Los Angeles from Los Angeles and will be arriving at Tokyo Narita.

  • Which airlines offer Wi-Fi service onboard planes from Los Angeles to Tokyo Narita Airport?

    American Airlines, Japan Airlines, Alaska Airlines, and Delta offer inflight Wi-Fi service on the Los Angeles to Tokyo Narita Airport flight route.

  • Which aircraft models fly most regularly from Los Angeles to Tokyo Narita Airport?

    The Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner is the aircraft model that flies most regularly on the Los Angeles to Tokyo Narita Airport flight route.

  • Which airline alliances offer flights from Los Angeles to Tokyo Narita Airport?

    oneworld, and Star Alliance are the airline alliances operating flights between Los Angeles and Tokyo Narita Airport, with Star Alliance being the most commonly used for this route.

  • On which days can I fly direct from Los Angeles to Tokyo Narita Airport?

    There are nonstop flights from Los Angeles to Tokyo Narita Airport on a daily basis.

  • Which is the best airline for flights from Los Angeles to Tokyo, Singapore Airlines or Philippine Airlines?

    The two airlines most popular with KAYAK users for flights from Los Angeles to Tokyo are Singapore Airlines and Philippine Airlines. With an average price for the route of $911 and an overall rating of 8.2, Singapore Airlines is the most popular choice. Philippine Airlines is also a great choice for the route, with an average price of $783 and an overall rating of 7.3.

  • How does KAYAK find such low prices on flights from Los Angeles to Tokyo Narita Airport?

    KAYAK is a travel search engine. That means we look across the web to find the best prices we can find for our users. With over 2 billion flight queries processed yearly, we are able to display a variety of prices and options on flights from Los Angeles to Tokyo Narita Airport.

  • How does KAYAK's flight Price Forecast tool help me choose the right time to buy my flight ticket from Los Angeles to Tokyo Narita Airport?

    KAYAK’s flight Price Forecast tool uses historical data to determine whether the price for a flight to Tokyo Narita Airport from Los Angeles is likely to change within 7 days, so travelers know whether to wait or book now.

  • What is the Hacker Fare option on flights from Los Angeles to Tokyo Narita Airport?

    Hacker Fares allow you to combine one-way tickets in order to save you money over a traditional round-trip ticket. You could then fly to Tokyo Narita Airport with an airline and back to Los Angeles with another airline. Booking your flights between Los Angeles and NRT can sometimes prove cheaper using this method.

  • What is KAYAK's "flexible dates" feature and why should I care when looking for a flight from Los Angeles to Tokyo Narita Airport?

    Sometimes travel dates aren't set in stone. If your preferred travel dates have some wiggle room, flexible dates will show you all the options when flying to Tokyo Narita Airport from Los Angeles up to 3 days before/after your preferred dates. You can then pick the flights that suit you best.

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KAYAK’s top tips for finding a cheap flight from Los Angeles to Tokyo Narita Airport

  • Looking for a cheap flight? 25% of our users found flights on this route for $459 or less one-way and $762 or less round-trip.
  • Relax after a long-haul voyage at the numerous lounges at the Tokyo Narita Airport (NRT). You’ll enjoy free Wi-Fi, a bathroom, and complimentary meals. Airlines such as Emirates Airways, Korean Airlines, and United Airlines operate lounges at NRT. It may be helpful to check with your airline as accessibility is usually limited to members or passengers with relevant cards.
  • There are several transportation options from Los Angeles city center to LAX. However, the FlyAway bus is the most convenient option and it operates every day. The bus terminal is at Woodley Avenue in Van Nuys, and it takes around 35min to cover the distance between the two points in light traffic.
  • Before taking your flight in Los Angeles, spare time and explore the various attractions found at the airport. Stroll through the various shops and browse the items on sale. They include bookstores, outposts of skincare, makeup, travel luggage, and technology shops. Also, the airport has some excellent art installations at the terminals for your viewing, including rotating exhibitions.
  • Tokyo Narita Airport (NRT) is served by both buses and trains, with the latter providing easy connections from the airport to other neighboring cities, including Kawaguchi, Soka, Ichikawa, Matsudo, Chofu, and Kawasaki.
  • If you're planning to fly Japan Airlines, you'll get excellent services at its hub at Tokyo Narita Airport. The hub is famous for its comfortable lounges, giving passengers much-needed relaxation and unwinding after a long-haul flight from Los Angeles to Tokyo. The hub facilitates faster clearance of its clients, and you're sure to avoid long lines at the carousel.
  • To avoid vehicle congestion around the terminals at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), it is recommended that you use one of the numerous parking options, which includes covered parking, in structures opposite the airline terminals.
  • If you have to wait for several hours to board your flight at LAX Airport, there are several art exhibits you can check out while you’re waiting. Check out the exhibits The Letting Go, Lucent Shifts, A Letter to the Future, Window Seat, LA Made, In Search of Rainbows and Stardust, and others. Keep in mind that there are new exhibits added and updated at LAX from time to time.
  • If you’re traveling with family and waiting for a flight departure, LAX Airport has the renowned PUP program (“Pets Unstressing Passengers”) to ease the anxieties that travelers face before flying. The animals can be found roaming around the Departures zones of the airport.
  • After you arrive in Tokyo, Narita Airport can help you make reservations at nearby hotels in Tokyo’s metropolitan area. You can book a room at the nine hours Narita Airport capsule hotel, if it suits your needs. If not, there are two reservation centers on the first floor of the airport. If you‘re in Terminal 1, you can find the Travel Center (JTB) to assist you. If you’re in Terminal 2, you can visit the Hotel Reservation Counter (Telecomsquare) for hotel assistance.
  • In the event that you’ve brought your pet overseas but cannot take your pet with you to Tokyo, Narita Airport has a pet hotel. It’s called the Pet Inn ROYAL, which is located on the 1st floor in Terminal 2. The pet hotel even includes a clipping salon and veterinary service.
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Prefer to fly non-stop from Los Angeles to Tokyo Narita Airport?

Find which airlines fly direct from Los Angeles to Narita, which days they fly and book direct flights.

Nonstop departures

Los Angeles to Tokyo Narita

Monday

ANA, Air India, Alaska Airlines, +8 more

ANA, Air India, +9 more

Tuesday

ANA, Air India, Alaska Airlines, +8 more

ANA, Air India, +9 more

Wednesday

ANA, Air India, Alaska Airlines, +8 more

ANA, Air India, +9 more

Thursday

ANA, Air India, Alaska Airlines, +8 more

ANA, Air India, +9 more

Friday

ANA, Air India, Alaska Airlines, +8 more

ANA, Air India, +9 more

Saturday

ANA, Air India, Alaska Airlines, +8 more

ANA, Air India, +9 more

Sunday

ANA, Air India, Alaska Airlines, +8 more

ANA, Air India, +9 more

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Nonstop returns

Tokyo Narita to Los Angeles

Monday

ANA, Air India, Alaska Airlines, +8 more

ANA, Air India, +9 more

Tuesday

ANA, Air India, Alaska Airlines, +8 more

ANA, Air India, +9 more

Wednesday

ANA, Air India, Alaska Airlines, +8 more

ANA, Air India, +9 more

Thursday

ANA, Air India, Alaska Airlines, +8 more

ANA, Air India, +9 more

Friday

ANA, Air India, Alaska Airlines, +8 more

ANA, Air India, +9 more

Saturday

ANA, Air India, Alaska Airlines, +8 more

ANA, Air India, +9 more

Sunday

ANA, Air India, Alaska Airlines, +8 more

ANA, Air India, +9 more

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Top 5 airlines serving from Los Angeles to Narita

 
See real verified KAYAK customer reviews for airlines flying from Los Angeles to Tokyo. Airline scores are aggregated from all reviews left by passengers on KAYAK after flying with an airline. KAYAK doesn’t show reviews that are older than 5 years. Learn how KAYAK collects reviews.
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8.4
ANAOverall score based on 917 reviews
8.8Crew
8.0Entertainment
8.6Boarding
8.3Comfort
7.8Food
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Excellent. All the ticket prices have gone up so much. With only economy as the option, I thought I better pay for a good airline and I am glad I took ANA. The only thing is the long layover at Hanaeda enroute to Singapore. Any chance to bring back the service to land at Narita instead for the transit and a shorter layover will be fantastic. I am a fan of ANA.

10.0 ExcellentLay, May 2024IAD - HND
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Excellent. All the ticket prices have gone up so much. With only economy as the option, I thought I better pay for a good airline and I am glad I took ANA. The only thing is the long layover at Hanaeda enroute to Singapore. Any chance to bring back the service to land at Narita instead for the transit and a shorter layover will be fantastic. I am a fan of ANA.

Good. Got me there and back safely and mostly on time. 30 min delay for maintenance once but that means more time for nap. Crew was super nice.

Incredible. Amazing legroom. Over head fans for each person. Tv screens were great. Headphones were adequate. Seats were comfortable and spacious. Loved it.

The space for the seats i like it. Its not too close like other air line. The food is ok and also the staff. I'm waiting for my flight rewards point because until now i didn't recieved it.

The staff, ground and air, at ANA was very helpful and friendly during check in, boarding and during the flight. This is the reason why I always fly ANA whenever I go to Manila. The food was not the best but the flight crew more than makes up for the shortfall.

First I will say this was really NOT an ANA flight. ANA used a UNITED jet to perform this flight. I specifically booked with ANA because I did NOT WANT TO FLY UNITED FOR INTERNATIONAL FLIGHTS. So to spend $1800.00 and then discover after booking that it was going to be handled by United was very disappointing. I will be more careful next time when I book. The interior was very cramped in economy class; the dinner meal was terrible and also had extremely small portions for an international flight - the bread roll was ice cold and stale - that salad was very wilted; I’ve never had a “snack” that was so salty that it was difficult to eat; the breakfast “waffle” was practically unrecognizable. Really horrible meals for a very expensive international flight. Bathroom floor was also pretty dirty. I’m hoping my return flight is a real ANA airplane that is cleaned and serviced by ANA personnel with ANA meals. I will never book with ANA again if they continue to use UNITED airline jets. Yuck!!!🤢

Ticket was purchased as a United Airlines flight (operated by All Nippon) like what does that even mean? Makes for a VERY confusing flight experience. For instance, what do I look for a United drop off signage and ticket counter or ANA? No explanation anywhere to be found. I also felt a little bit scammed by the obsurdely restrictive seat selection provided. Only middle seats available!! Are you kidding me!! On 6hr + 10hr flights you're forcing me into the middle seat without telling me before I purchased the ticket?? This should be illegal. And to top it off, on the Tokyo LA leg there were quite a few empty seats including window seats! I must also say, the food was a dissappointing as well for my taste, fish with rice ( mostly plain white rice) or a vegetable medly for the breakfast meal? Should be at least 4 choices and at least 1 with eggs. Outside of these issues flight was otherwise ok.

Ground and flight crew were all courteous, extremely helpful and professional. Overall, process is really organized, from boarding to disembarkation.

This is a very long flight and the first time I have flown on a Japanese airline. I was very impressed with the staff. They worked hard and offered food and drink regularly. Plane was very well cared for. The let room was good . Food was ok but better than other airlines.

It was very nice. I was a bit disappointed by the few meal services. There were probably more drink services that I missed while sleeping, but I would have liked the crew to bring more than one drink service before landing and to bring more than one drink service and coffee service after take off

I was feeling very comfortable throughout the flight. I got more leg room than I expected from a Y class seat. But the food was a little disappointing.

The food was not that good. I liked the miso, green tea, and ice cream. I wasn’t able to put my carry on bag under the seat in front of me. The flight was smooth. Please expand your choices of movies especially the new ones. I can’t choose any of those films. They’re old.

I like the braised beef., miso soup,, and green tea. Very little choices of hollywood movies. The PA announcement in English was not very clear and very soft. I could hardly hear.

More updated movies & Chinese movies. The food sometimes overcooked. Prefer to have more neat snacks in between than just choose from the menu. Please change the menu every now and then. This is my second time flying within one year and the menu didn’t change at all!

Food is lagging. Very poor choice. Like vending machine fast food.

Please change the menu more often. The beef is not tender, more choice in ice cream flavor. Dessert is not good too.

Again I paid for an upgrade on my credit card didn’t get it need a refund. . American I not good at gettin in contact for refunds.

l enjoyed the variety of good and drink choices. The flight attendants were very quick and efficient to our needs.

-Bathrooms were regularly checked/maintained. -Food was okay, but the miso soup was good. -Top of my foot got bitten by a bug when I took off my shoes and was only wearing my socks. It was swollen and very itchy for several days.

Truly impressive service in the air. After the main meal, they have a delicious a la carte menu that you can order anytime until 1.5 hrs prior to landing. Flight crew were so pleasant and very efficient. Wish I could fly JAL more often!

The Premium economy class is not the same as some other airlines because there are no economy seats on these planes. Basically you’re getting an economy seat that’s a little wider. The seats are not that much more comfortable. The service and food experience is similar to economy class on other Asian airlines. There aren’t enough toilets for the entire plane therefore we are forced to share the business class toilets that are closed off with curtains.

My experience with Scoot is very good. Will have no issue flying with Scoot again.

Good flight. The food was served a bit late, hence a hurry to finish before landing. Excellent crew and service

I commend the flight attendants on our SFO-SIN flight who went above and beyond to provide us with extra snacks and food. This type of service makes the flight experience personal and awesome.

It was a great flight Food was great Crew was spectacular

They made me check my carry on even though there was room We un boarded in a strange way but overall it was good

In general good, but the machine seems to be long in operation and some functions were restricted as e. g. Adjusting of seats.

Cabin Crew always friendly and helpful. Seating cramped - foul smelling from toilets, high risk of disease. Guard personal property such as expensive sunglasses Coffee always awful and cold Meal trays toddler sized Not worth the extra cost to fly SQ - use a budget airline, same if not better experience

When boarding, after business class should be premium economy, but economy class already lined-up at the gate blocking premium economy to board. Singapore airline crew should done a better job to organize this chaos :( Thank you.

People were so nice! Economy seats were small and cramped feeling for me. I’m slender and 6 feet tall

Terrible! The plane was old and you are required to connect your own device to their Wi-Fi rather than have entertainment options in the back of the seat in front of you. The Wi-Fi went out during the flight and there was only one plug for the devices every two seats. Three out of five surrounding my family did not work. The seats and spaces under them were so small I could not fit my backpack, which I’ve always brought on flights and fit before no problem. The crew were unpleasant and patronizing.

Nothing beats ANA customer service on my opinion. Maybe because of their Japanese culture (and food). Arigatō

Left 2 hours later for delayed I had to take care a kid with special need since people don’t want to move to accommodate the rest of the family. . It wasn’t bad but that made me upset that people can be that selfish.

For a 22 minute flight all you expect is for it to be safe and comfortable

Flight was on time. Staff were friendly. I paid for Economy Plus but was required to check my standard carry-on luggage due to lack of space on the aircraft. This cost me 30 minutes, unexpectedly, in waiting at the baggage claim. This experience did not meet my expectations.

No snacks served! Seating in the kast row in uncomfortable.

Wouldn’t let me check in said couldn’t find a ticket had to wait very long Time

I liked that we arrived earlier, you could improve your snacks give away

Flight was fine, it was delayed but only 30 minutes, staff were efficient, lady making announcements at LAX was really hard to understand but the rest were great.

I really enjoyed the staff and crew! Very positive and happy people! Made the experience easier! The entertainment was a bit lack luster. Better movie options as well as equipment that works smoother could be nice. My ear buds from the airline didn’t work and my tv screen had a terrible delay that made it hard to search for things to watch. Also the selections were very limited.

You get what you pay for and nothing more. Wanted a cheap flight and that’s exactly what I got, though it’s human nature to wanting to feel like you got a good deal as well. There was none of that here. I was cheap and they were too. Got to my destination safely and that’s all that really matters.

Nice service. I wish it could provide hot water on the flight.

internet didn't work. No offer of drinks or snacks.

Flight was seamless. Free wifi helped pass the time. Food was okay, just make sure you pre order or pick something up from the airport

Internet connection very poor, means you can not even order items through their own shop.

Paid for business class lay flat seat. Significantly less comfortable than other carriers. No built in entertainment or WiFi. I barely saw flight attendants at all and they wanted to charge me for a bottle of water if i wanted more than what came with the meal (that i also paid extra for). Essentially you’re just paying for a slightly more comfortable seat than the rest of the plane and nothing else

Een prijsvechter, dus dat moet je ook verwachten. Voor alles moet je betalen. We hebben vooraf een maaltijd en een amenitiesset besteld. Die kregen we netjes uitgereikt aan boord. Het is BYOD voor het amusement tijdens de vlucht en dit werkte uitstekend. Geen trage wifi, helemaal niet. Alles kost geld, zelfs een flesje water. Misschien op langere vluchten wel gratis water, thee, koffie. Maar daarentegen mag je na de security je lege drinkflessen gewoon vullen en mee aan boord nemen

Wifi could have been better. Arrived 55 mins earlier than scheduled :)

Best part are two crying babies throughout the whole 11 hour trip

Clean and comfortable cabin. Friendly on board service. No vegetarian food options and movie options were very limited. Internet was very slow

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Recent one-way flight deals

 
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8/5Mon
1 stop
14h 15mLAX-NRT
$368
8/5Mon
1 stop
14h 15mLAX-NRT
$385
10/22Tue
1 stopWestJet
30h 20mLAX-NRT
$435
10/6Sun
1 stopWestJet
17h 25mLAX-NRT
$449
8/26Mon
1 stopCathay Pacific
27h 20mLAX-NRT
$467
7/23Tue
1 stopAir Canada
26h 20mLAX-NRT
$477
9/1Sun
2 stopsAir Canada
27h 36mLAX-NRT
$478
8/19Mon
1 stopCathay Pacific
22h 15mLAX-NRT
$503

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Last minute flights from Los Angeles to Narita

Last minute flight, train and bus deals

 
These last-minute flight deals are the cheapest flights found on KAYAK in the last 72 hours for flights from Los Angeles to Tokyo that are departing in the next 10 days.
5/28Tue
multi-stop
34h 42mLAX-NRT
6/6Thu
multi-stop
17h 50mNRT-LAX
$862
5/28Tue
multi-stop
34h 42mLAX-NRT
6/6Thu
multi-stop
22h 25mNRT-LAX
$907
5/26Sun
nonstopANA
11h 15mLAX-NRT
6/4Tue
nonstopANA
10h 15mNRT-LAX
$964
5/26Sun
nonstopANA
11h 15mLAX-NRT
6/4Tue
multi-stopANA
14h 00mNRT-LAX
$973
5/25Sat
nonstopZIPAIR
11h 40mLAX-NRT
6/12Wed
nonstopZIPAIR
9h 50mNRT-LAX
$1,021
5/26Sun
multi-stopUnited Airlines
23h 34mLAX-NRT
6/11Tue
nonstopUnited Airlines
10h 15mNRT-LAX
$1,040
5/26Sun
nonstopUnited Airlines
11h 15mLAX-NRT
6/4Tue
nonstopUnited Airlines
10h 15mNRT-LAX
$1,041
5/25Sat
nonstopZIPAIR
11h 40mLAX-NRT
6/10Mon
nonstopZIPAIR
9h 50mNRT-LAX
$1,057
5/27Mon
multi-stopAmerican Airlines
29h 52mLAX-NRT
6/6Thu
multi-stopAmerican Airlines
18h 22mNRT-LAX
$1,062
5/27Mon
multi-stopAmerican Airlines
29h 52mLAX-NRT
6/3Mon
multi-stopAmerican Airlines
13h 47mNRT-LAX
$1,087

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Los Angeles - Tokyo Narita Airport Flights

Departure:

Los Angeles (LAX)United States

Destination:

Tokyo Narita Airport (NRT)Japan

Return flight deals:

Tokyo Narita Airport - Los Angeles

Cabin classes:

$3,879
$3,404
$1,622
$661