Cities in China
The city of Anshan is situated in the centre of the Chinese province of Liaoning, just south of its capital, Shenyang.
Airport: Anshun Huangguoshu Airport
Huangguoshu Airport is a joint civil-military base, serving the city of Anshun and the province of Guizhou.
The city of Changchun is located in the Chinese province of Jilin, and also serves as its capital.
Airport: Changchun Longjia International Airport
The hub of the Chinese Civil Aviation System, Changchun Longjia Airport is just 30km from Changchun city and 76 km from Jilin City.
The city of Changsha is located in the Chinese province of Hunan, and also serves as the provincial capital.
Airport: Changsha Huanghua International Airport
Just outside of Changsa, and serving Zhuzhou and Xiangtan, Changsha Huanghua Airport is one of the busiest in China.
The city of Changzhou is situated in the Chinese province of Jiangsu, and was once known as Yanling.
Airport: Changzhou Benniu Airport
Serving the deep west of China, Changzhou Benniu Airport is based in the Jiangsu Province.
The city of Chengdu is situated in the Chinese province of Sichuan, and also serves as the province's capital.
Airport: Chengdu Shuangliu International Airport
Chengdu Shuangliu Airport is ranked the 6th busiest airport in China for both passenger and freight traffic.
The city of Chongqing is potentially the world's largest municipal area in terms of population density, as well as area.
Airport: Chongqing Jiangbei International Airport
Chongqing Jiangbei International Airport, 21 km north of Chongqing, offers a growing network of flights to Asia, the Middle East and to Europe.
The port city of Dalian is situated in the Chinese province of Liaoning, and is by both the Yellow Sea and the Bohai Sea.
Airport: Dalian Zhoushuizi International Airport
The Dalian Zhoushuizi Airport serves the city of Dalian and the Liaoning Province in the North of China.
The city of Dongguan is situated in the Chinese province of Guangdong, on the Pearl River Delta.
Airport: Dongguan Airport
The city of Fuzhou is situated in the Chinese province of Fujian, on the banks of the Min River.
Airport: Fuzhou Changle International Airport
Able to manage over 6.5 million passengers annually, Fuzhou Changle Airport is one of the few airports linking China with Taiwan.
The city of Guangzhou is situated in the Chinese province of Guangdong, and also serves as its capital.
Airport: Guangzhou Airport
Guangzhou Baiyun Airport is China's second busiest airport, with over 45 million passengers passing through it last year.
The city of Guiyang is situated in the Chinese province of Guizhou, and is also the province's capital.
Airport: Guiyang Longdongbao International Airport
Guiyang Longdongbao Airport in southern China has recently been expanded and refurbished at a cost of over 3 billion yuan.
The city of Haikous situated in the Chinese province of Hainan, is its capital, and its most heavily populated city.
Airport: Haikou Meilan International Airport
Serving the Hainan Island Province, Haikou Meilan Airport operates both domestic and international flights.
The city of Hangzhou is situated in the Chinese province of Zhejiang, is its most heavily populated city, and its capital.
Airport: Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport
As the principal airport serving the Yangtze River Delta region, Hangzhou Xiaoshan Airport handles over 17 million passengers per year.
Harbin is the capital of the north eastern province of Heilongjiang Province, and is a large vibrant city of over 10 million.
Airport: Harbin Taiping International Airport
Harbin Taiping Airport, formerly known as Yangjiagang Airport, is just 24 miles from Harbin City.
The city of Hefei is situated in the Chinese province of Anhui, is its most populous city, and also its capital.
Airport: Helsingborg Airport
Hefei Luogang Airport serves Hefei, capital of the province of Anhui, and, though currently operational, is due to be fully completed in 2013.
The city of Hohhot is situated in the Inner Mongolian Autonomous Region of China, and is the region's capital.
Airport: Hohhot Baita International Airport
Hohhot Baita International Airport is the largest airport in Inner Mongolia, recently having a new terminal constructed.
The city of Huainan is situated in the Chinese province of Jiangsu, and is comprised of four districts, Huai'an, huaiyin, Qinghe and Qingpu.
Airport: Huai'an Lianshui Airport
Huai'an Lianshui Airport, perhaps the newest of China's airports, operates purely domestic schedule flights.
The city of Shantou is situated in the Chinese province of Guangdong, and is bordered by the cities of Jieyang and Chaozhou.
Airport: Jieyang Chaoshan Airport
Jieyang Chaoshan Airport was opened in December 2011, and is one of the largest airports in the province. It is yet to reach its full capacity.
The city of Jinan is situated in the Chinese province of Shandong, and also serves as its capital.
Airport: Jinan Yaoqiang International Airport
Serving almost 7 million passengers a year, Jinan Yaoqiang Airport is the principal airport just outside Jinan.
The city of Kunming is situated in the Chinese province of Yunnan, is its biggest city, and also serves as the provincial capital.
Airport: Kunming Wujiaba International Airport
Kunming Wujiaba Airport, one of the most established of the Chinese airports, is today a major gateway to flights in and out of South East Asia.
The city of Lanzhou is situated in the Chinese province of Gansu, is its biggest city, and is also the provincial capital.
Airport: Lanzhou Zhongchuan Airport
Lanzhou Airport is the principal airport in Gansu, with regular flights to Beijing.
The city of Nanchang is situated in the Chinese province of Jiangxi, and is flanked by the Jiuling mountains and Poyang Lake.
Airport: Nanchang Changbei International Airport
Nanchang Airport, opened in 1999, is currently undergoing further expansion, but already serves international destinations including Korea.
The city of Nanjing is situated in the Chinese province of Jiangsu, and also serves as the capital of the province.
Airport: Nanjing Lukou International Airport
Serving the capital of the Jiangning Provinve, Nanjing Lukou International Airport is about to add another runway to its facilities.
The city of Nanning is situated in the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region of China, and is the capital of the region.
Airport: Nanning Wuxu International Airport
Just 32 km southwest of Nanning in the Guangxi Province, Nanning Wuxu International Airport is has doubled the amount of passengers using this airport in the last two years.
The city of Nantong is situated in the Chinese province of Jiangsu, on the northern banks of the famous Yangtze River.
Airport: Nantong Xingdong Airport
This small regional airport operates domestic runs to Beijing and other parts of China.
The seaport city of Ningbo is situated in the Chinese province of Zhejiang, to the south of Hangzhou Bay.
Airport: Ningbo Lishe International Airport
Ningbo is a major city in the Yangtze River Delta Region, and the Lishe Airport connects it both domestically and to Hong Kong, Seoul and Macau.
The seaport city of Qingdao is situated in the Chinese province of Shandong, in the Shandong Peninsula.
Airport: Qingdao Liuting International Airport
Qingdao Liuting Airport, like many Chinese airports, has recently undergone expansion and now operates both domestic and international routes.
The city of Quanzhou is situated in the Chinese province of Fujian, looking out at the Taiwan Strait.
Airport: Quanzhou Jinjiang Airport
Quanzhou Jinjiang Airport operates both civil and military flights throughout the Fujian Province.
Shanghai is the biggest city in the world in terms of population, with over 23 million people, the most densely populated city in the People's Republic of China and is at the heart of the Chinese economy.
Airport: Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport
A popular tourist destination point, Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport was used by over 31 million passengers despite running few international flights.
Airport: Shanghai Pudong International Airport
The Shanghai Pudong International Airport, handling over 3.5 million tonnes of cargo, and already exceeding 50 million passengers per year, is a massive and fast growing airport with plans for additional terminals and runways to increase its capacity.
The city of Shenyang is situated in the Chinese province of Liaoning, is its biggest city, and also serves as the province's capital.
Airport: Shenyang Taoxian International Airport
Shenyang Taoxian Airport is located 17 miles outside of Shenyang in central China, with international flights to Europe and around the world.
The city of Shenzhen is situated in the Chinese province of Guangdong, and is directly north of the island of Hong Kong.
Airport: Shenzhen Bao'an International Airport
Currently undergoing further expansion with over 28 million passengers per year, Shenzhen Bao'an International Airport is a product of the economic development within China serving the Asian Pacific cargo services including UPS Airlines.
The city of Shijiazhuang is situated in the Chinese province of Hebei, is its biggest city, and also its capital.
Airport: Shijiazhuang Zhengding International Airport
Zhengding International Airport serves the city of Shijiazhuang, capital of the Hebei province, with a population of over 10 million, which is 280 km south of Beijing.
The city of Wuxi is situated in the Chinese province of Jiangsu, and is divided in two by Lake Tai.
Airport: Sunan Shuofang International Airport
Close to both the cities of Wuxi and Suzhou in the Jiangsu Province of China, this is a relatively small, single runway facility.
The city of Suzhou is situated in the Chinese province of Jiangsu, on the shores of Lake Taihu.
Airport: Suzhou Guangfu Airport (military)
On the lower reaches of the Yangtze River, the city of Suzhou, (pop. 10 millions) is known as a centre for the Silk industry, and due to the gardens, waterways, canals and bridges, is known the 'Venice of the East'.
The city of Taiyuan is situated in the Chinese province of Shanxi, is its capital, and also its biggest city.
Airport: Taiyuan Wusu International Airport
As the largest airport in the Shanxi Province in central China, Taiyuan Wusu International Airport has undergone recent expansion (2007) and serves Taiyun, 10 miles away.
The city of Taizhou is situated in the Chinese province of Jiangsu, on the northern banks of the renowned Yangtze River.
Airport: Taizhou Luqiao Airport (Huangyan Airport)
Taizhou Luqiao Airport is a relatively small airport in the Zhejiang Province, with dual civil-military use, serving the city of Taizhou.
The city of Tangshan is situated in the Chinese province of Hebei, and was rebuilt after a monstrous earthquake in 1976.
Airport: Tangshan Sannühe Airport
The airport serves Tangshan city, and is located beside the village of Sannuhe, hence it's name. It opened in July 2010 to serve the northern districts in the Hebei Province.
The city of Tianjin is one of four direct-controlled municipalities in China, and as such is directly administered by the government.
Airport: Tianjin Binhai International Airport
Handling over 200,000 tonnes of freight per year, Tianjin Binhai Airport, 21 km east of Tianjin in the Dongli District, having undergone state of the art redevelopment in 2005-2008, is one of the world's fastest growing airports with over 20% increases in both passenger and cargo traffic.
The city of Ürümqi is situated in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region of China, and is the region's capital.
Airport: Ürümqi Diwopu International Airport
With the construction of a new terminal now complete, and with runways allowing large aircraft including the Boeing 747 to land, Urumqi Diwopu Airport, 16 km outside of Urumqi City, now has over 10 million passengers pass through its facilities every year.
The city of Wenzhou is situated in the Chinese province of Zhejiang, on the eastern coast of the East China Sea.
Airport: Wenzhou Yongqiang International Airport
Wenzhou Yongqiang International Airport is currently having a huge second terminal built, but already accommodates large aircraft such as the Airbus A300. The airport serves Wenzhou city in southern Zhejiang Province.
The city of Wuhan is situated in the Chinese province of Hubei, and also serves as the provincial capital.
Airport: Wuhan Tianhe International Airport
Serving Wuhan, capital of the Hubei Province, Wuhan Tianhe International Airport is the busiest airport in central China.
The city of Xiamen is situated in the Chinese province of Fujian, on the south eastern coast, looking out at the Taiwan Strait.
Airport: Xiamen Gaoqi International Airport
Another of China's large airports undergoing huge redevelopment, Xiamen Airport remains one of the busiest airports, especially in terms of freight, in the country.
The city of Xi'an is situated in the Chinese province of Shaanxi, and is one of China's oldest surviving cities.
Airport: Xi'an Xianyang International Airport
Handling up to 20 million passengers per year, Xi'an Xianyang International Airport serves Xi'an, capital city of the central Shaanxi Province.
The city of Xuzhou is situated in the Chinese province of Jiangsu, and is a hub for transportation throughout the region.
Airport: Xuzhou Guanyin Airport
A local airport close to Xuzhou city in Jiangsu Province, Xuzhou Guanyin Airport has limited facilities.
The city of Yangzhou is situated in the Chinese province of Jiangsu, and looks out over the northern banks of the famous Yangtze River.
Airport: Yangzhou Taizhou Airport (under construction)
Yangzhou Taizhou Airport, close to Zahenjiang, Yangzhou and Taizhou cities in the Jiangsu Province, is due to reopen in March 2012 following huge redevelopment.
The city of Zhengzhou is situated in the Chinese province of Henan, is its biggest city, and also serves as its capital.
Airport: Zhengzhou Xinzheng International Airport
With upward of 9 million passengers per year, Zhengzhou Xinzheng International Airport is the principal airport serving Zhengzhou, capital of the Henan Province.
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