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Everything you should know about flying in and out of China.

Changsha, Chengdu, Fuzhou, Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen, Wuhan, Xiamen and Guangzhou have direct flights from Australia.

This short and simple guide will give you information about ground transport options and airlines that fly into and out of China.


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FAQ about flights to China FAQ

Who flies to China?

Air China, Air New Zealand, Singapore Airlines, Qantas and China Eastern fly non-stop to China.

What are the major airports of China?

Changsha (South-central China), Chengdu (West China), Fuzhou (Southeast China), Beijing (North China), Shanghai (East China), Wuhan (South-central China), Xiamen (Southeast China) and Guangzhou (Southeast China) are the major airports in China.

What airport transfer options are available?

Public buses and underground metro connect the airport to the city in almost every major city in China. Airport shuttles are also available in the major cities. Uber is not available in China but you can take a taxi or rent a car from the airport for a more comfortable transit.


Stephanie Yip

Stephanie Yip is the travel editor at Finder and has been writing about travel and lifestyle for over a decade. She has written for Travel Weekly, Escape, Thomas Cook Magazine, Showpo, The Nibbler and Hostelworld. She was also the editor of kids magazine DMAG. Stephanie has a Bachelor of Communications from the University of Technology Sydney and has visited over 50 countries (and counting). She has a passion for sharing her experiences and knowledge of travel and helping readers stretch their dollars while on holiday.

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