Emirates will introduce a new complimentary bus service for its economy class passengers arriving in Tokyo-Haneda airport, starting from 1 September.

Emirates says it will be the only airline to offer a complimentary bus service from Haneda to major train stations within Tokyo, guaranteeing seamless and efficient transport solution for its customers to two convenient drop-off locations – the iconic Tokyo Station (TYQ) at Marunouchi North Entrance and Shinagawa Station (SGS) at Konan Entrance bus stop no. 7.

Bus number EK7034 departs from Haneda at 0001 and arrives at Tokyo Station (TYQ) at 0040. Bus number EK7036 will depart from Haneda at 0001 and arrives at Shinagawa Station (SGS) at 0030.

Emirates notes that in cases of delayed flight arrival, the bus will wait until 0100 local time to accommodate the passengers and drop them off at the designated stations.

Emirates operates daily Boeing 777-300ER flights between Dubai and Haneda.

These leave Dubai at 0740 and arrive at Haneda at 2235. The return portion departs Haneda daily at 0005, arriving back in Dubai at 0545 following a flight of almost 11 hours.

Haneda has four runways and is the largest airport in Japan. The airport has three terminals – Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 are for domestic flights only. International flights, including Emirates flights, land in and depart from Terminal 3.