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Flying from Beijing to Chengdu Shuangliu International Airport (CTU) is made easy by 270 weekly flights. Both of Beijing's main airports, Beijing Capital International Airport (PEK) and Beijing Nanyuan Airport (NAY), offer regular, non-stop trips between these two Chinese cities. In fact, there are nine airlines that host this route. The trip itself lasts for about 3 hours, as you sail northeast over 1,557 km of land.
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Airports in Beijing, China
Beijing Capital International Airport (PEK)
Situated 32 km from China's capital, Beijing Capital International Airport is the country's main international airport. From its three terminals, this state-of-art airport offers flights to dozens of destinations worldwide, and it exists as the primary hub for Air China. Four airlines offer direct flights between PEK and Chengdu airport, including Air China, China Southern Airlines, Hainan Airlines, and Sichuan Airlines.
Beijing Nanyuan Airport (NAY)
Beijing's secondary airport, Nanyuan Airport only hosts flights within China. China United Airlines will bring you from NAY to Chengdu Airport. This domestic airport is located in the Fengtai District, which is only a few kilometres from Downtown Beijing. NAY is supposed to close its doors in 2018, once the Beijing Daxing International Airport is completed.
What to Expect Upon Landing in Chengdu, China
Serving the capital of Sichuan, Chengdu Shuangliu International Airport (CTU) is the largest airport in Chengdu, China. For passenger traffic, it's the country's 4th busiest with over 42 million passengers in 2015. CTU is located 16 km away from Chengdu's downtown core. The facilities at CTU are spacious and airy, and it hosts two active terminals. There are also several transportation options connecting Chengdu Shuangliu International Airport with the city's central area.
Four different airport shuttles will bring you to key locations around Chengdu, like Downtown, Chengdu Railway Station, Chengdu East Railway Station, and Century City. A single ticket costs between 10 and 12 yuan. There is also a high-speed train, which leaves from the Shuangliu Airport Railway Station at Terminal 2. Finally, if you'd like to take a taxi, getting downtown will cost about 60 yuan. Skyscanner offers great deals on car rental services, as well as top-rated hotels for your stay in Chengdu.
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