Taoyuan Airport MRT
Taoyuan Airport MRT shortens the distance between Taipei and Taoyuan with the express service taking only 35 minutes from Taoyuan Airport Terminal 1 to Taipei Main Station and 38 minutes from Terminal 2 to Taipei Main Station. Even the commuter service that stops at all stations takes only 50 minutes. The fast and convenient service is a great choice for international travelers to commute between the airport and Taipei.
Express Train and Commuter Train
Before boarding the MRT, please check if it is a purple express train or a blue commuter train. From Terminal 1, the express train takes 35 minutes to arrive at Taipei Main Station and the commuter train takes 50 minutes.
Free 4G Wi-Fi is available at all stations. Express trains are equipped with wireless charging service and luggage racks to provide passengers a fast, convenient and pleasant ride.
Taoyuan International Airport Terminal 1 ↔35minutes↔Taipei Main Station
- Interval: 15minutes
- Stops: Taipei Main Station, New Taipei Industrial Park, Chang Gung Memorial Hospital, Airport Terminal 1, Airport Terminal 2.
- Luggage space: 122 compartments for 28 inch luggage, 604 compartments for 20 inch luggage.
- Wireless charging: Available
Taoyuan International Airport Terminal 1 ↔50minutes↔Taipei Main Station
- Interval: 15minutes
- Stops: All stations
- Luggage space: 252 compartments for 20 inch luggage.
- Wireless charging: No
Directions to Airport MRT Station
Terminal 1: The escalator south of B1 Food Court leads to A12 Airport Terminal 1 Station.
Terminal 2: The pathway at the side of B2 Food Court leads to A13 Airport Terminal 2 Station.
Ticket and Service
Taoyuan Metro Corporation
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