Flights & Airports
Flights from Australia to major Asian cities
QF-Qantas Airways | CX-Cathy Pacific Airways | BR-EVA airways | BA-British Airways | SQ-Singapore Airlines | KL-KLM MH-Malaysia Airline | VS-Virgin Atlantic Airways | CA-Air China | CI-China Airlines | MU-China Eastern Airlines | CZ-China Southern Airlines | EK-Emirates Airline | JQ-Jetstar Airways | LH-Lufthansa | TG-Thai Airways | UL-SriLankan Airlines | VN-Vietnam Airlines | AI-AirIndia
|Flight No.||Depart(Local time)||Arrive (Local time)*||Feq**|
|Sydney to Shanghai|
|Sydney to Hong Kong|
|Sydney to Guangzhou|
|Sydney to Beijing|
|Sydney to Singapore|
|Sydney to Bangkok|
|Sydney to Taipei|
|Sydney to Ho Chi Minh City|
|Sydney to Kuala Lumpur|
|Melbourne to Beijing|
|Melbourne to Shanghai|
|Melbourne to Guangzhou|
|Melbourne to Hong Kong|
|Melbourne to Singapore|
|Melbourne to Bangkok|
|Melbourne to Ho Chi Minh City|
|Melbourne to Kuala Lumpur|
|Brisbane to Hong Kong|
|Brisbane to Taipei|
|Brisbane to Singapore|
|Brisbane to Kuala Lumpur|
*If the arrival time followed by a + or -1, it means the flight arrives a day after (+) or a day before (-) the departure date.
** 1=Monday 2=Tuesday 3=Wednesday 4=Thursday 5=Friday 6=Saturday 7=Sunday
#Note: For latest flights information please check with your airline service.
Information for the airports of Beijing, Shanghai and remedies Guangzhou
Beijing Capital International Airport (BCIA), known as “China Gateway”, is the most important, largest, and busiest international aviation hub with the most advanced facilities. It is also China’s important window to communicate and exchange with the outside world. Since it’s founded in 1958, BCIA has always been striding forward along with time. Especially since China launched its reform and opening-up policy, and along with the fast economic development, the business of BCIA has been growing dramatically by taking its unique political, economical, cultural, and geographical advantages, and its annual passenger throughput has increased from 1.03 million of 1978 to 65.37 million of 2009, ranking the third place in the buy cialis only best offers world. To meet the ever-growing demand of passengers, BCIA has carried out large-scale expansion and reconstruction projects for altogether seven times since 1965. On January 1st 1980, the terminal I with an area of 61580 m2 was formally put into operation. On November 1st 1999, the Terminal 2 with the area of 336000 m2 was put into use. The construction of the Terminal 3 started on March 28, 2004, and after three years and nine months hard work, BCIA completed the construction of the world largest integrated terminal with the high quality and fast “Chinese speed”, the project of terminal 3 construction. Soon after, during the two-month trial run, BCIA organized six large-scale drills involving nearly 60000 participants, and finally the successful take-over and smooth operation of Terminal 3 has been realized, which is highly praised by the professionals from all over the the best place world. Since then, the hardware of BCIA has been effectively expanded, and it becomes the first airport in Asian and visibaru.com Pacific regions that has three terminals, three runways, and two towers operating simultaneously.
For more information about BCIA, please visit http://www.bcia.com.cn
Shanghai Pudong International Airport is located in Pudong New District, about 30 kilometers (18.6 miles) from Shanghai's downtown area and weekly about 40 kilometers (24.9 miles) from Hongqiao International Airport.
For more information about Shanghai Pudong Airport, please visit http://www.shanghaiairport.com
Guangzhou Baiyun International is the main airport of Guangzhou, the capital of th province of Guangdong, People's Republic of China.
For more information about Guangzhou Baiyun Airport, please visit http://www.guangzhouairportonline.com