Wuhan Transportation - Getting There
Wuhan Flights (flight search & ticket booking)
International and Domestic Flights
By the end of March, 2013, the airport has operated passenger flights to 55 domestic cities and 23 international cities/regions, including Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Xian, Hong Kong, Macau, Seoul, Bangkok, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Singapore, etc.
A 20-kilometer speedway drive from the Tianhe International Airport (WUH) to the city center takes only twenty minutes. Airport shuttle buses leave for the city following flight arrivals. From the airport to Hankou, the bus will charge 17 yuan per person, and 32 per person for Wuchang; a taxi ride to the city area is about 80-120 yuan.
Within China, air tickets can be booked in advance in hotels, guesthouses, and ticket agencies in the city. Tickets are also available after working hours at the counter in the departure hall in the airport Waiting Building.
Air China: 027-83786780
Southwest Branch of Air China: 027-83619392
Tianhe Airport: 027-83666666 (tickets can be delivered to your hotel room)
Waiting Building of Tianhe Airport: 027- 85818888
Hankou Financial Steet: 027- 85719338 (at No. 901, Jianshe Dadao, Hankou)
|High Speed Train in Wuhan Railway Station|
As the capital city of Hubei province, is a transportation hub for central China. Trains travel between it and the cities within Hubei Province, as well as most major cities in China, including Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Xian, Chongqing, Chengdu and Nanchang. The operation of high speed trains between Wuhan and Shanghai, Xian, Shenzhen and Guangzhou makes the city a widely recognized transportation hub, especially the high speed trains to Guangzhou, whose duration time is only 4 hours. Currently, there are three railway stations for passengers in the city: Wuhan Railway Station, Wuchang Railway Station, and Hankou Railway Station.
As one of the ports of call on the Yangtze River, the city welcomes cruise passengers to this ancient city; ferries are available to Chongqing, Shanghai, and other riverside cities.
With the rapid development of road construction, China's highway mileage is second in the world with a total of over 30,000 kilometers (1864 miles). Overland buses are the most important means of transport in many parts of the country. By 1999, over 1.35 million kilometers (840,000 miles) highway had been put into use. Compared to air and trains, buses are the cheapest means of transport.
Travel to other cities
The national and provincial expressways and highways in Hubei Province connect the city with most provinces and cities in Central and Southern China. Travel from Shanghai to the city by train is 1,200 kilometers (746 miles) and will take about 18 hours and the highway travel is 950 kilometers (590 miles), about 12 hours. The Beijing - Zhujiang Expressway enables passengers to take a 1300-kilometers (808 miles) drive direct to Wuhan from the capital city. Below are destination tables of Distance Passenger Stations listing cities you can reach by bus.
Fu Jia Po Passenger Station
Address: No. 262, Wu Luo Road, Wuchang District
Contact: 027- 87274817, 8008809188
Destinations: Buses leave here for Shanghai and major cities in Jiangsu, Anhui, Shandong, Guangxi, Shaanxi, Jiangxi, Hunan, Hubei, Henan and Zhejiang provinces.
Jin Jia Dun Passenger Station
Address: Opposite the Hankou Railway Station
Destination Table: Buses leave here for Shanghai and major cities in Hubei, Jiangxi, Guangdong, Zhejiang and Jiangsu provinces.