Tokyo Narita International Airport (NRT)
There are now five different car parking areas available at Tokyo's Narita International Airport (NRT), with the fifth option opened as recently as October 2008 and designed for the use of Terminal 1 passengers. There are 24-hour car parks located outside all of the main passenger terminals, and where you park is generally determined by the airline that you are flying with.
The car parks are located in Parking Buildings One and Two at Narita, and all major credit cards are accepted when paying the parking fees at this Tokyo airport. For Terminal 1, you should use either the P1 or P5 car parks, while for Terminal 2, P2 and P3 are the most convenient.
Car Parking Building One
The airport's NTL Parking Building One is situated in front of Terminal One and parking is charged per 30 minutes up to 72 hours, and then in 12 hours blocks. Parking facilities for disabled travellers are discounted by 50 percent and to be found in the most convenient situations.
Car Parking Building Two
The airport's NTL Parking Building Two is situated in front of Terminal Two and parking is charged as per Building One - per 30 minutes up to 72 hours, and then for each 12 hours thereafter. Allocated spaces for disabled travellers are also reduced by 50 percent here.