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▲ top Shanghai has two airports – Pudong International Airport in the east is the stepping off point for most international arrivals, while Hongqiao Airport in the west serves domestic departures and arrivals, plus some flights to Hong Kong, Taiwan, South Korea and Japan.
Local carriers include national airline Air China, plus Shanghai-based China Eastern and Shanghai Airlines.
As long as you don’t expect much in the way of in-flight entertainment and alcoholic beverages, these airlines offer decent safety records and competitive pricing. Send us your Feedback / Letter to the Editor Pudong Airport is located 30 kilometres from downtown Shanghai.
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