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ICN->NRT sufficient time?
In no small part due to all your great advice, I have booked a wonderful trip:
Outbound: DFW -> DXB -> ICN, EK first class A380
Inbound: NRT->LAX, SQ first class A380
I was thinking of using avIos to book the ICN -> NRT leg, and wondered whether 120-150 min is sufficient time at NRT to reach my connection (NRT->LAX)?
Many thanks for your time and kind efforts.
Last April I had about 90 mins connection time at NRT for final destination to ICN. It was at around 5-6PM and was not crowd at all and it took me less than 20 mins to get to the my connecting gate. Since you’re heading out to LAX, it may require to go thru some extra security, so add extra 10 mins. So your 120-150 min should be plenty in my opinion.
[USER=1055]@copeptin[/USER] — Welcome! That should be sufficient, here are the published Minimum Connection Times for Tokyo Narita:
[USER=7]@Tiffany[/USER] and [USER=971]@Overland[/USER] Thank you!