Arriving in Tokyo

Want to fly to Tokyo? There is no better way to do so than with Etihad Airways. It could not be any easier for a traveler to get a taste of one of the most vibrant cities in the world.

Plan Your Trip to Tokyo

Want to know why you should travel to Tokyo? From modern technology and skyscrapers to old fashioned culture and serene gardens, Tokyo is unmatched. Travelers with jet-lag can check out the world’s busiest fish market, the Tsukiji Fish Market, during the early hours of the morning. Have some fun watching sumo wrestlers stretch, stomp, and toss salt inside an arena. The Meiji Shrine can be found in a 200-acre park that is covered with 1,500-year-old cypress. Adventure seekers can always rent a bike and trek through the picturesque Yoyogi Park. For those who are just looking to kick back and take in the scenery, the Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden and its exquisite beauty is unmatched.

The Roppongi Hills complex is popular among tourists in Tokyo for its lovely garden, as well as its cinema, restaurants, coffee houses and fine shopping. The city area flaunts Louise Bourgeois's giant spider sculpture, Maman. A visitor to Tokyo can also go to the Mori Tower’s 52nd-floor observation deck to view the vast metropolis. A person can also check out the fine work collected at the Mori Art Museum. Find the best flights to Tokyo on our Deals section.

Flying from Canada

Choose Etihad Airways when booking flights from Canada and you can rest assured knowing that you will arrive at your destination in comfort. With ten years of experience, Etihad Airways knows what it takes to make your trip perfect.

Major Airports in Canada

Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ), lies 32 km from the city centre, and is the busiest airport in Canada with two modern interconnected terminals. Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport (YUL), which for years was the largest in the country, cater to Quebec.

Airport Transportation in Canada

There is no train to Toronto Pearson International Airport, but you can take the bus. No.192 departs from the Kipling Subway Station and takes about 20 minutes, and No.58A departs from Lawrence West Subway Station and takes an hour. If you are in a hurry or have a lot of luggage, you can always catch a taxi to Toronto Pearson International Airport.

There are several options for travel to Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport, which connects to the central and other train stations by bus or shuttle. There is a free minibus service from the Dorval Station, or you can use the Orleans Express shuttle bus to Montréal Airport.

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Interested in Tokyo? Consider Astana

Book your flights to Astana with Etihad Airways and get ready to enjoy a blossoming young city rapidly developing into a hub of rich culture moulded by a complex and interesting history.

Plan Your Astana Holiday

There are many to reasons to travel to Astana. As the second biggest city in Kazakhstan, it retains a provincial feel about it, so those who do not like big cities will still enjoy Astana. As a new capital with billions being spent on modernization and expansion, it features an interesting mixture of modern and old Soviet architecture, as well as an emerging vibrant arts and culinary scene.

The peak season in Astana is from June to August when the weather is at its warmest. You are advised to book your tickets to Astana early on if you would like to travel during these months. For those who want to brave the Astanan winter and avoid the summer crowds, there are lots of cheap hotels in Astana during the winter time. To find the best flight deals to Astana regardless of the time of the year, have a look at our Deals section which has some incredible special offers just for you.

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