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Best Time to Fly From CTS

Origin Destination Travel Dates Flights From*
CTS Narita May 9 - May 12 $146
CTS Narita May 9 - May 12 $146
CTS Tokyo May 9 - May 12 $335
CTS Bangkok May 5 - May 12 $741
*Prices include taxes and fees
Origin Destination Travel Dates Flights From*
CTS Narita Apr 25 - Apr 27 $149
CTS Narita Apr 25 - Apr 27 $149
CTS Tokyo Apr 25 - Apr 27 $433
*Prices include taxes and fees

How Much Does it Cost To Fly From New Chitose (CTS)?

The cheapest prices found with in the last 7 days for return flights were $146 and $77 for one-way flights to for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.

FAQs about Flights to New Chitose Airport

Is Sapporo (CTS-New Chitose) an international airport?

Whether you're traveling domestic or international, Sapporo (CTS-New Chitose) has you sorted. Make sure you get your hands on some of their great shopping bargains after your plane lands.

Is there free Wi-Fi at Sapporo (CTS-New Chitose)?

Yes. Whether you have to message your loved ones "I'm here!" or you're looking for some entertainment, make use of the free Wi-Fi at Sapporo (CTS-New Chitose).

Which airlines fly into Sapporo (CTS-New Chitose)?

Occasionally, you need to pack a little more than just your flip-flops and swimsuit in your carry-on bag. Find the most value-for-money baggage allowance offered and fly to Sapporo (CTS-New Chitose) carrying all the stuff you need with one of these leading domestic carriers:

  • ANA
  • JAL
  • Air Do
  • Peach Aviation

Prominent international airlines that fly in and out of Sapporo (CTS-New Chitose) are:

  • Korean Air
  • EVA Air
  • T'Way Air
  • Jeju Air
What terminal at Sapporo (CTS-New Chitose) will your airline fly into?

The trick to confidently transiting massive airports like CTS is to learn a little about their layouts before you get there. Also allow adequate time and you'll be moving through its terminals like a true pro. To help you out, the biggest airlines usually fly into the following terminals:

  • ANA - terminal D
  • JAL - terminal D
  • Peach Aviation - terminal D
  • Air Do - terminal D
Is there a hotel in Sapporo (CTS-New Chitose)?

Have an early flight or touching down late? Look into the Air Terminal Hotel. This attractive option is a quick drive from Sapporo (CTS-New Chitose).

If sitting upright for hours has worn you out, the Hotel Grand Terrace Chitose will be a sight for sore eyes. Just a short drive from the airport, it offers guests 24-hour front desk services, laundry services and an in-lobby fireplace as well as comfortable beds. Alternatively, throw your suitcase in the cab and travel a few minutes down the road to the Queen's Hotel Chitose. Here, you'll have access to laundry services, luggage storage services and 24-hour front desk services.

Can I rent a car at Sapporo (CTS-New Chitose)?

Book a rental vehicle via Travelocity for your trip to Sapporo. You're sure to happen upon some amazing places while you're on the road.

Unfortunately, there are no car rental outlets in the vicinity of Sapporo (CTS-New Chitose), so you'll need to put other plans in place if you're arriving by air.

If I am not able to travel due to COVID-19, can I change my booking to a later date?

For more info about changing your flight from Sapporo (CTS-New Chitose), please visit our Customer Service Portal.

New Chitose Airport
Airport Name
New Chitose Airport
Airport Location
Sapporo, Japan
Origin Airport New Chitose
Origin Airport IATA Code CTS
Origin City
Number of Airlines Serving
Lowest Flight Price $146
Precip: 95%
HIGH
49°F
LOW
45°F
Delay Outlook
1 out of 5
Minimal Disruption
Latitude
42.787281
Longitude
141.681341
Direct Flight Airlines  

CTS Flight Status & Terminal Information

Before flying from New Chitose Airport (CTS), here are some tips to make your flight experience go smoothly. Before leaving your house, make sure you have everything you need, including flight and hotel itineraries. Speaking of itineraries, check your CTS flight status to make sure there have been no changes to your flight time. Also, familiarize yourself with your airlines check-in requirements and baggage policies.

Arrive early to the airport. Give yourself time to find parking, drop off your bags, and grab a bite to eat. If you’re wondering how early you should arrive to the airport, most airlines recommend arriving two hours early for a domestic flight and three hours early for an international flight.

Flights From New Chitose Airport

If you’re looking for the best deal on flights from New Chitose Airport – CTS, then browse Travelocity’s large inventory of discount airfare from CTS. Flights to your favorite destinations are offered at discount rates from major airlines all year long. Book your Sapporo flight today from Travelocity.

Parking at New Chitose Airport (CTS) and Transportation

Figuring out how to get to the airport can be stressful, so it’s always good to have a game plan ready. If you have a flight from New Chitose Airport, there are several options for transportation. If you don’t want to deal with the hassle of parking, have a friend or family member drive you to the airport and take advantage of short-term parking. Going on a business trip with a coworker? Meetup at the office and share a cab ride over to the airport for curbside drop-off. If driving yourself is your only option, not to worry. New Chitose Airport (CTS) offers long-term parking that is safe and secure for your vehicle.

Flights Review

Jan 10, 2020

ANA airlines outshines all others. I love flying with them

Jun 25, 2019

Good flight overall

Aug 27, 2018

Very efficient boarding process and simple beverage service for short flight.

Jul 17, 2018

Loved the staff

Feb 7, 2018

Asiana at Incheon still has not perfected delivery of ski bags. And this is right before the Winter Olympics. I live in Seoul and fly frequently to Japan to ski. Asiana seems to have no systematic process for where they put ski bags on arrival to Incheon, and no way to inform passengers or other Asiana employees. The Japanese Olympic ski jump team and I waited 35 minutes, long after all other bags were claimed. We were waiting next to the oversize bag belt. We told two employees we were waiting for skis. The oversize bag belt was surrounded by 15-20 rolling racks (all empty) labeled "Pyeongchang Olympics 2018" specifically designed to carry skis and other long, narrow bags. After 35 minutes, one of the Asiana employees we'd asked about our skis finally located them. All 20 bags were in a pile 100 meters away behind a wall. We had to go get them ourselves. This is typical of their service with ski bags -- I've seen it many, many times, and more than once have missed my bus waiting for them to figure out where my skis are.


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