The Harbin Peace International Airport is the second largest international airport in Northeast China. There are flights to/from more than 30 large and medium tourist cities, such as, Beijing, Tianjin, Shanghai, Nanjing, Qingdao, Wenzhou, Xiamen, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Shenyang, Dalian, Xi'an, Hong Kong. There are a few scheduled international flights to the folowing countries: U.S.A., Russia, South Korea, Japan, Singapore, Malaysia.
The Airport is 35 kilometers away 50 minutes' drive from the urban area of Harbin. It takes you around 20 Yuan to go to the airport via CAAC shuttle bus, which departs at the Civil Aviation Mansion (No. 99, Zhongshan Road) via the Kang'an Road, the Tongda Street, the Harbin Industry University, the railway station and the Wenchang Road. It usually costs 110 yuan to take a taxi from the airport to the city.
The Airline Ticket Office
The Ticket Center of the China Southern Airline Company:
Address: No.6, Minghang Road, Xiangfang District, Harbin City; Telephone: 0451-84620888
The Ticket Office of the China Southern Airline Company in the Harbin Airport:
Address: the Harbin Airport; Telephone: 0451-82894388
The Globe Airline Service Limited Company:
Address: the ground floor hall of the Huaqi Hotel, No. 301, Red Flag Avenue; Telephone: 045187007070
Harbin is the second largest railway hub in Northeast China, only after Shenyang in Liaoning Province. Five railways- the Jingha Railway, the Binsui Railway, the Binzhou Railway, the Binbei Railway and the Labin Railway meet here. There are two railway stations, namely, the Harbin Railway Station and the Harbin Eastern Railway Station. The Harbin Railway station is the main station, as virtually every train to and from Harbin stops here. The Harbin Eastern Railway Station is of little use to travelers. People can take trains to all parts within the province and the neighboring area and beyond. There are trains to many large and medium tourist cities such as Beijing, Tianjin, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Haikou, Zhengzhou, Jinan, Yantai, Dezhou, Xuzhou. Click here to search the trains arriving and departing to/from Harbin.
The public traffic system in Harbin city is well developed perfect. There are more than one hundred public bus lines In order to cater for tourists' need, two special tourist routes are opened successively. One departs from the Flood Control Monument and runs to the Sun Island. The other passes several tourist spots in the downtown area. Cost for a public bus is one to two Yuan per person.
Taxi cost varies depending on taxi types. usually, the flag down price for a Xiali taxi is 7 Yuan for the first three kilometers (about 1.86 miles) and then 1.6 Yuan for every additional kilometer. The starting price of a Jetta taxi is 8 Yuan for the first three kilometers and 1.9 Yuan for every additional kilometer. A Chery taxi costs 7 Yuan for the first three kilometers and 1.9 Yuan every additional kilometer. If the distance is over 12 kilometers, passengers must pay 50 percent surcharge.