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Tianjin Binhai Airport Guide
The Tianjin Binhai International Airport is the busiest Tianjin airport and can be located in the Dongli District of the city of Tianjin. This airport serves as one of the main air cargo districts of the People’s Republic of China. This also serves as the airport hub of Tianjin Airlines, Air China and as well as Okay Airways.
Being an international airport located in one of China’s five national central cities, the Tianjin Binhai International Airport is said to have served 7,277,106 passengers in 2010 alone. This number is a 25.9% growth from the number in 2009 which just goes to show how important this airport is to the city of Tianjin.
Passengers who are flying on a domestic flight are strongly recommended to come two hours before departure. Those who are flying on international flights are recommended to arrive three hours before their departure. Check in counters for domestic flights close 30 minutes before takeoff while international flights close 45 minutes before they depart.
This Tianjin airport serves passenger for both domestic and international flights. There are seven international airlines and eighteen domestic airlines that connect this airport to over 50 destinations.
Flights to the Seoul-Incheon International Airport are handled by Asiana Airlines and Korean air. Japan Airlines meanwhile, takes care of all flights to Nagoya-Chubu Centrair International Airport. These are just some of the international destinations available in Tianjin Binhai International Airport.
There is however, a charter flight that can take passengers to Yekaterinburg, which in turn is handled and operated by Vladivostok Air.
Tianjin Binhai International Airport’s terminals are often busy because it is the only airport in Tianjin for both domestic and international flights.
The airport has two terminals, terminals 1 and 2. However, only terminal 2 is used for passenger airlines. Terminal 1 is only used for cargo flights.
Terminal 2 is a host to a number of facilities that the Tianjin Binhai International Airport provides its passengers. The Tianjin airport also provides passengers with services such as money changing, luggage packing and storage, medical services, postage, and banking facilities.