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Zhuhai Airport Guide
Zhuhai Airport is the primary civil airport of the city of the same name in China’s Guangdong Province (Zhuhai also has a heliport but it is used mainly to facilitate transport of the sick and the injured in need of critical medical attention available only in the city’s modern hospitals.). The main civil airport is famous for its close proximity to Macau (15.5 miles) and for playing host to the biennial China International Aviation and Aerospace Exhibition, China’s largest air show, since 1996.
Zhuhai Airport is the fourth busiest of the 69 airports situated throughout Guangdong (1.7 million in passenger traffic recorded during the previous year) and it is listed as one of the many destinations of 13 Chinese commercial airlines, but strangely enough, it does not serve as a direct link to any destinations outside China. Nonetheless, Zhuhai serves sufficiently as an entry and exit point for travelers flying between Guangdong and major cities elsewhere throughout the mainland such as Beijing, Shanghai, Chongqing, and Xiamen. There is a modest selection of restaurants, convenience stores, and specialty shops selling books and locally-grown fruits. Aviation enthusiasts will be happy to know that the departure area also has a small aviation museum with a number of actual airplanes on permanent display as well as a model airplane shop. These are natural additions to the airport given its established role as the venue for the country’s largest air and space exhibition, but these also provide a unique outlet for passing the time between flights, even for non-aviation buffs.
Access to Zhuhai Airport from the Zhuhai city proper is by land. For economical public transport, the airport falls along two commuter bus routes (though the buses on one of the routes reportedly have insufficient onboard luggage storage) as well as airport express buses. Work will begin by the end of this year on the airport’s very own station along the now-operational but continually expanding Guangzhou-Zhuhai Intercity Mass Rapid Transit line to allow access by rail. The airport itself is not in need of expansion to accommodate international flights as there are already three international airports in Guangdong.