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Direct (non-stop) flights from Tokyo to Newark



Tokyo International, Tokyo, Japan Terminal 3

12h 55m, 6 782 miles

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Newark Liberty International, Newark, United States Terminal C

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Boeing 777
Flight time:
12h 55m
Route distance:
6 782 miles, 10912 km

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All flight schedules from Tokyo International, Japan to Newark Liberty International, United States. This route is operated by 1 airline(s), and the departure time is 17:15. The distance is 6782 miles.

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United Airlines

United Airlines flight schedule from Tokyo International to Newark Liberty International

All weekly departures with United Airlines.


Airports fact and comparison

Tokyo International HND

Tokyo International (HND) is the largest airport in Japan. You can fly to 102 destinations with 46 airlines in scheduled passenger traffic.

Destinations from Tokyo International


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Newark Liberty International EWR

Newark Liberty International (EWR) is a large airport in United States. You can fly to 185 destinations with 39 airlines in scheduled passenger traffic.

Destinations from Newark Liberty International


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Frequently asked questions (FAQ)

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This long-haul flight from Tokyo (HND) to Newark (EWR) takes about 12 hours and 50 minutes.
The flight number is UA130 and it's operated by United Airlines.
From Tokyo you will fly out from Tokyo International (HND) or New Tokyo International (NRT) and you will be landing at Newark Liberty International (EWR).
Boeing 777 flies this route operated by United Airlines.
United Airlines have non-stop flights to Newark.
Flights are arriving at terminal C or B in Newark (EWR). All flights to Newark are departing from terminal I at Tokyo (HND).

Alternative routes from Tokyo International to Newark Liberty International

The route(s) below are departing from or arriving to other airports in the same city or very close.

New Tokyo International (NRT)

Tokyo, USA


Newark Liberty International (EWR)

Newark, USA

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Tokyo International - destinations

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