Arriving in Sao Paulo

When the time comes to fly to Sao Paulo, a passenger cannot rely on a more professional and comfortable flight than Etihad Airways. A person can then soak up all of the rich culture of the beautiful city.

Plan Your Getaway to Sao Paulo

Want to have a little fun in the sun? Of course you do. That is why you should fly to Sao Paulo. Standing as the largest city in Brazil, it is home to some of the finest museums and art galleries on the planet. At the same time, the fine dining and the exciting nightlife are as wonderful as a traveler can imagine.

Once you travel to Sao Paulo, you can feast your eye on the Museu de Arte de Sao Paulo, also known as the Sao Paulo Museum of Art. Situated in Ibirapuera Park, the impressive museum has well over 7,000 pieces by artists like Van Gogh, Renoir, Monet, Rembrandt and Picasso. Meanwhile, the Art Gallery of the State of Sao Paulo features the unmatched work of the best Brazilian artists from the 19th and 20th centuries.

Brazil’s largest zoo, Jardim Zoológico, features more than 3,000 different species. The Banespa Skyscraper consists of an observation tower for visitors to get a 360° view of the city from 35 stories up. Holding up to 8,000 men and women at a time, the Metropolitan Cathedral is made up of a Renaissance-styled dome, as well as stained glass panels from France, Italy and Brazil. Anytime of the year is ideal for visiting Sao Paulo and its beautiful attractions. Take a look at Etihad Airways’ best deal for flights to Sao Paulo.

Flying from Tokyo

Want to fly out of Tokyo’s Narita International Airport? There is no better way to travel out of Japan’s booming city than with Etihad Airways. Every step of the journey, from buying your ticket to landing in your final destination, is a pleasure.

Tokyo’s Major Airport

The Narita International Airport, NRT, is the primary airport for Tokyo. The facility is located 57.5 km, or 35.7 miles, east of Downtown Tokyo. Narita is the connection for travelers from Tokyo to Asia and the Americas. Serving more than 35 million passengers a year, NRT is one of the busiest airports on the planet.

Airport Transportation in Tokyo

A number of express trains, as well as commuter trains run from different parts of Tokyo to the airport exist. There are a couple of different train operators, East Japan Railway Company (JR East) and Keisei Electric Railway. Keisei’s daytime service is nonstop and takes 55 minutes to get from the city to the airport. All of the seats are reserved. When getting to the Narita International Airport, a passenger can be dropped off at either of the two stations. A 500 meter underground passage connects the two. The JR East journey to Narita takes roughly 80 minutes, as it makes fifteen different stops along the way.

Taking a bus from the downtown area to the airport can take anywhere from 30 minutes to 2 hours. Fortunately, taxis in Tokyo have a fixed rate to get to the airport. It will cost a traveler somewhere between 14,000 yen to 40,300 yen.

Choose Etihad Airways, the National Airline of the United Arab Emirates, for flights from Tokyo to Sao Paulo on which you will be travelling in comfort and style. 

Etihad Office in Japan

Nagoya, Japan
Nagoya city
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