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Map of Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport, China

Guangzhou Airport

Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport is Guangzhou's main airport. Guangzhou is the capital of the Guangdong province in the Peoples Republic of China. [More]

Local time: Wed. 08 Apr '20 16:08

Departures

Arrivals

Departing Destination Flight # Airline
16:10 Chengdu CTU CZ3417
China Southern
16:10 Guiyang KWE CZ3692
KL4661
China Southern
KLM
16:15 Yuncheng Airport YCU CA4594
Air China
16:15 Dalian DLC CZ6200
China Southern
16:15 Daqing DQA CZ6200
China Southern
16:20 Shanghai SHA CA1829
Air China
16:20 Wenzhou WNZ CZ3527
KL4787
China Southern
KLM
16:20 Kunming KMG MU5738
China Eastern
16:20 Baoshan BSD MU5738
China Eastern
16:20 Hanoi HAN VN507
CZ4707
Vietnam Airlines
China Southern

Details

Airport Name Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport
City Guangzhou
Country China
Tel. +86 20 8612 4518, +86 20 8654 9093
Timezone Asia/Shanghai
IATA-Code CAN
Terminals 1
Address Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport, Airport Integrated Office Building, South Area, Guangzhou 510470, Guangdong, P.R. China
 
Runway Name Length Width
02R/20L 3,800 m 60 m
02L/20R 3,600 m 45 m


More information about Guangzhou Airport

It is located 28 km (20 miles) from the Guangzhous city centre and is almost 5 times as large as its predecessor.

Guangzhou airport in Huadu District was opened on 05.08.2004. It was originally Baiyun International Airport which was 17 km or 14 miles away and was 72 years old before it was shut down.

The airport is usually referred to as New Baiyun Airport, in order to distinguish it from its predecessor, but this is not its official name. "Baiyun" means white clouds in Chinese.

Guangzhou Baiyun International airports was opened in the 1930s and is one of the 3 large hubs on the Chinese mainland. It is of great significance to Chinese air transport and is the main hub of China Southern Airlines.

After being reopened in 2004, it was the first airport in China to be opened with the idea of being a hub. The airport has business ties with more than 33 airlines which operate over 110 flights to more than 100 cities within China and internationally.

The airlines based at Guangzhou Airport include Air China (Peking, Chengdu, Chongqing, Hangzhou, Tianjin, Sydney), Air France (Paris - Charles de Gualle), Air Philippines (Manila), Asiana Airlines (Busan, Seoul-Incheon), China Southern (Amsterdam, Dubai, Haikou, Hong Kong, Los Angeles, Meixien, Melbourne, Moskau-Sheremetyevo, Phnom Penh, Singapore), East Star Airlines (Wuhan), Ethiopian Airlines (Addis Ababa, Bangkok), EVA Air (Taipei-Taiwan Taoyuan), Garuda Indonesia (Jakarta, Surabaya), Japan Airlines (Nagoya, Osaka-Kansai, Tokyo-Narita), Lufthansa (Frankfurt, Munich via Shanghai), Malaysia Airlines (Kota Kinabalu, Kuala Lumpur, Kuching), Shenzhen Airlines (Sanya), Sichuan Airlines (Chengdu), Vietnam Airlines (Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City) and Xiamen Airlines (Fuzhou).

Other airports are Shantou, Meizhou and Zhanjiang, and further plans exist to make Weizhou und Zhaoqing partner airports.

The main means of transport in Guangzhou City in order to get from Pearl-River Delta to the new Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport is the Airport Express. His was taken into service at the same time and is operated by Airport Express Transportation Company of Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport. It serves Zhuhai and further services are planned to Dongguan, Zhongshan etc.

An extension of Guangzhou Metro to the airport is also under construction. The new airport line of Guangzhou Subway 3 will be 30,8 km long with 10 stops. The second building phase is to be completed in 2009.