High-Speed Rail Service Begins in Japan

20 July 2010 (Last Updated July 20th, 2010 18:30)

A high-speed rail service has started in Japan, connecting central Tokyo with Narita International Airport. The Narita Sky Access train cuts the previous journey time by 15min, according to independent.co.uk. The 51.4km Narita Rapid Railway Access Line, operated by Keisei Electric

A high-speed rail service has started in Japan, connecting central Tokyo with Narita International Airport.

The Narita Sky Access train cuts the previous journey time by 15min, according to independent.co.uk.

The 51.4km Narita Rapid Railway Access Line, operated by Keisei Electric Railway, will run 54 services on the route daily.