The futuristic Shanghai Pudong International Airport, 31km east of central Shanghai, is linked to the city by the world's fastest Magnetic Levitation train, which reaches speeds of over 467 km per hour (290 mph). The Mag-Lev, which cost US$1.2 billion to build, takes just eight minutes to get to Longyang Road Metro Station on the eastern end of Line Two.
Distance from city centre
31 km (19 miles) east of central Shanghai.
There is a three-floor car park with over 3,000 spaces, and a surface car park for short- and long-term parking in front of the main terminal building.
Airport telephone number
+86 (0) 21 9608 1388
KLM operates out of Terminal 1, with flights bound for Dutch destinations. Fly to Amsterdam Schiphol to connect with pan-European flights.
No. of terminals
Transport between terminals
Walkways link Terminals 1 and 2.
Domestic and international flights operate from Terminal 1.
Most flights operating from Terminal 2 are bound for international destinations.