Shanghai Pudong International Airport in a nutshell


The larger of Shanghai's two airports is located on the coast about 45 km east of the city centre.

Pudong primarily serves international and long-haul routes with a wide network of destinations around the world. The largest airline at the airport is China Eastern Airlines. Spring Airlines and Juneyao Air also have a large number of mainly domestic and regional routes.

However, many major airlines fly into Shanghai-Pudong Airport from all over Asia, Europe, Australia, North America and even Africa.

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The smaller Hongqiao SHA airport, on the other hand, mainly serves domestic and regional international routes. All long-haul flights bound for Shanghai fly into Pudong Airport.

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