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Written by on 07 June 2013

Flights from Australia to major Asian cities


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Flight No. Depart(Local time) Arrive (Local time)* Feq**
Sydney to Shanghai
CA176 10:05 18:55 1,3,5,7
MU562 11:20 19:40 2,4,5,7
QF129 09:25 18:15 Daily
Sydney to Hong Kong
CX110 07:35 15:10 Daily
CX100 14:15 21:45 Daily
CX138 21:55 05:25+1 Daily
QF127 10:45 17:45 Daily
QF087 21:55 05:30+1 1,3,5,7
VS201 14:25 21:55 Daily
Sydney to Guangzhou
CZ326 09:50 17:00 Daily
Sydney to Beijing
CA176 10:05 22:35 1,3,5,7
CA174 20:00 05:50+1 2,4,6
Sydney to Singapore
SQ220 08:05 14:30 Daily
SQ232/AI7232 11:20 17:40 Daily
SQ222/LH9781 15:15 21:35 Daily
QF081 09:30 18:20 2
QF005/BA7305 15:50 21:55 Daily
QF031/BA7371 16:15 22:30 Daily
BA016/QF319 15:30 21:45 Daily
Sydney to Bangkok
QF1/BA7311 17:00 23:15 Daily
JQ029/QF265 11:05 20:40 4,7
BA10/QF301 16:40 22:55 Daily
TG476 10:00 16:30 Daily
TG478 15:25 21:55 Daily
TG472 21:10 06:20+1 Daily
EK419 18:45 01:00+1 Daily
Sydney to Taipei
CI052 22:10 05:40+1 1,3,4,6
CT052 22:00 05:40+1 1,2,3,4,6
Sydney to Ho Chi Minh City
VN782/QF359 10:15 15:45 1,3,5,7
Sydney to Kuala Lumpur
MH122/KL4104 14:00 20:30 Daily
MH140/KL4118 20:20 05:45+1 1,2,3,4,6
Melbourne to Beijing
CA178/NZ4908 09:55 22:35 2,4,6
Melbourne to Shanghai
CA178/NZ4908 09:55 18:45 2,4,6,7
MU738 11:00 19:20 1,3,6
Melbourne to Guangzhou
CZ322 22:30 06:00+1 1,4,6
Melbourne to Hong Kong
CX168 23:45 07:15+1 Daily
CX134 07:40 15:15 Daily
CX104 14:20 21:50 Daily
QF029 22:50 05:50+1 Daily
Melbourne to Singapore
SQ218/LH9777 00:05 06:00 Daily
SQ238 10:10 16:05 Daily
QF009/BA7309 15:30 21:05 Daily
SQ228/LH9775 15:45 21:40 Daily
EK405/UL2405 18:00 23:50 Daily
Melbourne to Bangkok
JQ29/QF265 14:20 20:40 2,4,7
TG462 23:30 06:00+1 Daily
TG466/SK8614 16:05 22:35 Daily
LH9737(TG982) 16:05 22:35 4,6
Melbourne to Ho Chi Minh City
VN780/QF359 10:35 15:50 2,4,6
Melbourne to Kuala Lumpur
MH128/KL4110 00:15 06:25 Daily
MH148/KL4121 15:00 21:10 Daily
Brisbane to Hong Kong
QF97 23:05 06:05+1 2,4,6,7
CX156 01:00 07:50 1,3,5,7
CX102 13:20 20:15 2,4,7
CX102 11:45 20:25 3,5,6
Brisbane to Taipei
CI054 13:05 20:05 2,5,7
BR316/QF329 10:25 17:25 1,4,6
Brisbane to Singapore
QF051 13:55 19:50 Daily
SQ256 09:30 15:35 1,3,5,6,7
SQ236/LH9773 14:45 20:50 Daily
SQ246/AI7246 23:45 05:50+1 Daily
EK433 02:45 08:30 Daily
Brisbane to Kuala Lumpur
MH140/KL4118 23:20 05:45+1 1,2,3,4,6
MH134/KL4101 23:20 05:45+1 5,7

*If the arrival time followed by a + or -1, it means the flight arrives a day after (+) or a day before (-) the departure date.

** 1=Monday 2=Tuesday 3=Wednesday 4=Thursday 5=Friday 6=Saturday 7=Sunday

#Note: For latest flights information please check with your airline service.

Information for the airports of Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou


Beijing AirportBeijing Capital International Airport (BCIA), known as “China Gateway”, is the most important, largest, and busiest international aviation hub with the most advanced facilities. It is also China’s important window to communicate and exchange with the outside world. Since it’s founded in 1958, BCIA has always been striding forward along with time. Especially since China launched its reform and opening-up policy, and along with the fast economic development, the business of BCIA has been growing dramatically by taking its unique political, economical, cultural, and geographical advantages, and its annual passenger throughput has increased from 1.03 million of 1978 to 65.37 million of 2009, ranking the third place in the world. To meet the ever-growing demand of passengers, BCIA has carried out large-scale expansion and reconstruction projects for altogether seven times since 1965. On January 1st 1980, the terminal I with an area of 61580 m2 was formally put into operation. On November 1st 1999, the Terminal 2 with the area of 336000 m2 was put into use. The construction of the Terminal 3 started on March 28, 2004, and after three years and nine months hard work, BCIA completed the construction of the world largest integrated terminal with the high quality and fast “Chinese speed”, the project of terminal 3 construction. Soon after, during the two-month trial run, BCIA organized six large-scale drills involving nearly 60000 participants, and finally the successful take-over and smooth operation of Terminal 3 has been realized, which is highly praised by the professionals from all over the world. Since then, the hardware of BCIA has been effectively expanded, and it becomes the first airport in Asian and Pacific regions that has three terminals, three runways, and two towers operating simultaneously.

As the core node of Europe, Asia and North America, BCIA possesses an advantageous geographical location, a simple and convenient transfer procedure and a highly effective collaboration, making it the most convenient aviation hub connecting Asian, European and American aviation markets. All of China's main domestic airlines, including Air China, China Eastern Airlines, China Southern Airlines and Hainan Airlines have established operating bases in BCIA. It is regarded as an important transfer hub by the three largest aviation alliances in the world, Star Alliance, Skyteam Alliance and Oneworld Alliance. As the increasingly improved international airline network comes into being, BCIA is becoming one of the busiest airports in the world, with 1400 flights from more than 70 airlines everyday closely connecting Beijing with other 208 cities in the world. “China Gateway” is now on its way towards a large international hub airport. BCIA has always been taking safety as its highest objective, to build a safe airport. Its good safety records have passed the strict audit of ICAO and CAAC, and have won the trust from airlines and passengers both at home and abroad. Over years, by taking the “Passenger Service Promotion Committee”, “Safety Management Committee” and “Operation Coordination Management Committee” as platforms, BCIA has been taking efforts to build the corporate culture of“under the same gateway, we are a family”, and the brand of “China service”. By the joint efforts of all the residing units, the satisfaction degree of passengers with BCIA has been greatly enhanced. According to ACI, our satisfaction degree of passengers reached 4.47 in 2009, ranking the fourth among the airports in the world, and the second among the airports with the passenger throughput over 40 millions.

In 2008, the successful hosting of the "Olympic Games" makes Beijing the focus of the world, and BCIA also created a couple of records in the history of China's aviation industry during the operation of "Olympic Games" support: 446 special planes, 1076 business planes, 7744 flights involving Olympic Games, with the total passengers of 98420 from great Olympic Family. The achievement of "zero incidence, zero accident, and zero complaint" during this period fully reflects the "featured and high level" services of BCIA. BCIA has been also attaching great importance on its social responsibility, and making efforts to build a resource-conserving and environment-friendly airport. Meanwhile, with its fast growing passenger and cargo flows, a fast-developing airport industry has been taking shape, and the influence of the airport on the regional economy has been increasing day by day. Along with the quick development of China's economy, the development pace of BCIA is also accelerating. Last year alone, BCIA successively won a series of international honours, such as“ACI Best Airport in the World", the mainland China first "Skytrax 4-Star Airport", and "the Best Airport in the World" awarded by a British travelling magazine, and so on. 

Facing future, the "China Gateway" is striding ahead on its way of "Advocating China Service and Creating an International Hub", to serve Beijing City and to build a "City of the World". The BCIA is also striving for contributing to build China into a country with a powerful aviation industry.

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Shanghai AirportShanghai Pudong International Airport is located in Pudong New District, about 30 kilometers (18.6 miles) from Shanghai's downtown area and about 40 kilometers (24.9 miles) from Hongqiao International Airport.

Covering an area of more than 40 square kilometers (15.4 square miles),Shanghai Pudong International Airport is one of China's most famous and important airports.

The more than 800,000 square meters (197.7 acres) of parking aprons along with 76 gate positions provide evidence of the airport's importance. Pudong International Airport also consists of a main terminal building and two terminal concourses both of which are connected by two passageways for easy access. Thirteen baggage transfer belts for arrivals and twenty-eight boarding bridges and other attached service, such as shopping areas and restaurants are also available to provide travelers with more convenience and comfort during their stay at Shanghai Pudong International Airport. Currently airlines flying in and out of Pudong International Airport provide service to 62 domestic cities and 73 international areas.

For more information about Shanghai Pudong Airport, please visit


Guangzhou AirportGuangzhou Baiyun International is the main airport of Guangzhou, the capital of th province of Guangdong, People's Republic of China.

The airport is the main hub of China Southern Airlines and a focus city for Shenzhen Airlines.

In 2007, Guangzhou Baiyun Internationa Airport was the 2nd busiest airport in China in passenger traffic, and 3rd busiest in cargo traffic.

"Baiyun" means "white clouds" in Chinese, and refers to Mount Baiyun near the airport.

The new airport opened on August 5, 2004, replacing the 72-year-old previous, identically named Guangzhou Baiyun International Airpor(now closed). The new airport is 28 kilometers from downtown Guangzhou. The second phase of construction will double the airports capacity.


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