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Tianjin Binhai International Airport

Updated:2008-06-03 14:52 | Source:

    Located in Dongli District, Tianjin Binhai International Airport is one of China's modern airports. It is able to handle almost all types of aircrafts and accommodates more than 40 international and domestic airlines. Every week there are in excess of 400 flights to major domestic and international cities, including Japan, Korean, Thailand, Europe, Middle East, etc.

    There are regular shuttle buses to Binhai International Airport from Tianjin Municipality. You can take bus at No.113, Nanjing Lu, Heping District. Everyone is charged CNY10. You can also get to Binhai International Airport from Beijing Capital International Airport by bus which departs every 30 minuets from 9:00am until 10:00pm. The ticket fee is about CNY70 per person and the whole journey will take more than two hours.

    Inquiring Phone of Binhai International Airport: 022-24901689

    Ticket-selling Phone of Binhai International Airport: 022-24901443

                  Schedule:

Flights to and from

Availability (days of week)

Flying time

Shanghai

1234567

1.5 hours

Guangzhou

1234567

2 hours

Hong Kong

1234567

2 hours

Xiamen

1236

2 hours

Qingdao

1234567

1.5 hours

Chongqing

36

2 hours

Guilin

25

4 hours

Nagoya

135

1.5 hours

    

    Tianjin Binhai International Airport code: TSN

    Location: It is located in Zhanggui Zhuang, Dongli District, about 13 kilometers (about 8 miles) away from the downtown area of Tianjin.

    Brief Intro: Tianjin Binhai International Airport is the second largest airport in Northern China ranking only after the Capital International Airport in Beijing. It is 400,000 square meters (about 99 acres) with a parking apron that can admit 40 airplanes at the same time. At present Tianjin Binhai International Airport has 39 domestic and international airlines, reaching Shanghai, Xian, Shenzhen, Wuhan, Seoul, and so on.

Editor : Zhu Xinrui

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