International Flights to China

At present, there are a total of 76 airports in China providing about 244 international flights, including 70 in mainland China and 6 in Hong KongMacao and Taiwan. Among them, Beijing Capital International AirportShanghai Pudong International Airport and Hong Kong International Airport are the world’s top 10 busiest ones in 2017. BeijingShanghaiHong Kong and Guangzhou are considered as the gateway cities and air hubs with many international daily flights. In the future, many Chinese airlines will explore more international routes from major cities around the country. 

Popular International Flights to/from China

North America to China Flights

It has become more and more convenient to take a flight from the United States and Canada to China due to more direct flights available from their major cities such as New York, Dallas, Chicago, San Francisco, Detroit, Seattle, Los Angeles, and Washington, d.c.,etc. Usually Beijing and Shanghai serve as the popular entry/exit options and the the whole journey takes about 11-14 hours.

North America – Beijing Flights

North America – Shanghai Flights

Europe to China Flights

Apart from Beijing and Shanghai, three cities of Hong Kong, Guangzhou, and Chengdu are also important gateway cities for passengers from European countries. Usually the journey takes about 9-11 hours.

Europe – Beijing Flights

Europe – Shanghai Flights

Europe – Hong Kong Flights

Europe – Guangzhou Flights

Europe – Chengdu Flights

Australia to China Flights

From Australia, passengers often fly to Beijing or Shanghai from Sydney directly to start their China travel and end the tour at Hong Kong and Guangzhou. Usually the journey takes about 9-12 hours. However, the flights between Sydney and Beijing are not available every day.

For more international flights, please check the list below.

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