Popular Flights between Major China Cities:
|Beijing - Shanghai||Beijing - Guangzhou||Beijing - Xian|
|Beijing - Hong Kong||Shanghai - Guangzhou|
Shanghai is the largest city in China, which is served by two airports - Pudong International Airport (PVG) and Hongqiao International Airport (SHA). Hong Kong is also a big transportation hub, connecting the world to mainland China. There are regular international flights between Hong Kong and Shanghai every day. If you want to find the best rate for your trip between these two cities, just start looking for the best flight deal from our site using the searching tool.
The distance of this air route is 1226 kilometers (about 762 miles). The approximate flight duration time is 2 hours and 20 minutes. Flights are mainly operated by airline companies including Cathay Pacific, China Eastern, China Southern, Dragonair, Shanghai Airlines, Hong Kong Airlines and Hong Kong Express. For this International departure, passengers are recommended to check in at the airport 3 hours before flights to complete formalities.
Q & A
Q: We are planning a trip to China. What transportation should we take from Shanghai to Hong Kong and what is the travel duration?
A: You can take train or flight to HK. Well, it is a long journey about 19 hours by train. I think taking a flight is the best choice for you. It only takes you about 2.5 hours.
Q: Is there a bus from Shanghai to Disneyland Hong Kong? If not, what is the best means of transportation to this destination?
A: I don't think you could take a bus to Hong Kong, it is too far. You'd better take a flight or a train to Hong Kong instead. Well, taking a flight is the best way. After arriving at Hong Kong Airport, you could catch a taxi to the Disneyland.
Q: I would take a flight from Bombay to Hong Kong, but need to travel to Shanghai then. What is the distance? Is there any bullet train from Hong Kong to Shanghai? Or should I go to the city by air?
A: It is around 1,900km between the two cities by rail. Only one train T100B is available from Hong Kong to Shanghai which takes around 19 hours. You'd better take a flight to Shanghai which only takes about 2 hours and a half.