Re: [76attendees] reservations for bus between Haneda and Narita?

Ole Jacobsen <ole@cisco.com> Thu, 12 November 2009 23:49 UTC

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From: Ole Jacobsen <ole@cisco.com>
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Subject: Re: [76attendees] reservations for bus between Haneda and Narita?
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You do not need any kind of reservation, but note that you actually 
buy your ticket for a specific bus. So, the person selling you the 
ticket will say something like "Here is your ticket for the 4:15 bus, 
go to bus stop number 4." The folks who manage the buses outside will 
do the rest, including putting bags in the baggage compartment, giving 
you a luggage tag, showing you where to line up etc.

If you somehow miss the bus you were supposed to be on, you'll need to 
get a new ticket.

ole


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On Thu, 12 Nov 2009, Haluska, John J wrote:

> Does anyone know whether one actually needs to make reservations for 
> the bus between Haneda and Narita? I spoke with the concierge this 
> AM and he indicated that the bus runs about every 10 minutes, and 
> that he did not think a reservation is necessary. I'd be interested 
> to hear anyone's thoughts about this.
> 
> Thanks
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