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Shanghai Pudong Airport

IATA Code
PVG
ICAO Code
ZSPD
Website
http://www.shairport.com
City
Shanghai
Country
China
Network
Domestic | International
Airport Type
Primary
Other airports serving Shanghai
Shanghai Hongqiao Airport
Runways
3800m x 60m
3800m x 60m
4000m x 60m
3400m x 60m
Airlines currently operating to this airport with scheduled services
Aeroflot
Aeromexico
Air Canada
Air China
Air France
Air Hong Kong
Air India
Air Koryo
Air Macau
Air Mauritius
Air New Zealand
AirAsia X
AirBridgeCargo Airlines
All Nippon Airways
American Airlines
Asiana Airlines
ASL Airlines Belgium
Austrian Airlines
Beijing Capital Airlines
British Airways
Cambodia Angkor Air
Cargolux Airlines International
Cathay Dragon
Cathay Pacific
Cebu Pacific
Chengdu Airlines
China Airlines
China Cargo Airlines
China Eastern Airlines
China Southern Airlines
China United Airlines
Delta Air Lines
Emirates Airline
Ethiopian Airlines
Etihad Airways
EVA Air
Finnair
Fuzhou Airlines
Garuda Indonesia
Hainan Airlines
Hebei Airlines
Hong Kong Airlines
Iberia
Japan Airlines
Jin Air
Juneyao Airlines
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines
Korean Air
Kunming Airlines
Lucky Air
Lufthansa
Mahan Air
Malaysia Airlines
Mega Maldives Airlines
Nippon Cargo Airlines
Orient Thai Airlines
Peach
Philippine Airlines
Philippines AirAsia
Polar Air Cargo
Qantas Airways
Qatar Airways
Qingdao Airlines
Royal Brunei Airlines
S7 Airlines
SAS
Saudia
SF Airlines
Shandong Airlines
Shanghai Airlines
Shenzhen Airlines
Sichuan Airlines
Silk Way West Airlines
Singapore Airlines
Spring Airlines
SriLankan Airlines
SWISS
Thai AirAsia X
Thai Airways
Tianjin Airlines
Turkish Airlines
Uni Airways
United Airlines
Vietnam Airlines
Virgin Atlantic Airways
West Air
Xiamen Airlines
Yangtze River Airlines
Airlines currently operating to this airport via codeshare
Air Europa Lineas Aereas
airberlin
Alitalia
ASKY Airlines
China Express Airlines
Joy Air
Kenya Airways
South African Airways
TAM Airlines
TAP Portugal
Virgin Australia

Shanghai Pudong International Airport is the largest airport serving Shanghai and among the busiest airports in China. Hosting domestic, regional and international passenger and cargo services for over 35 airlines, the airport is a major hub for airlines including Air China, China Eastern Airlines and Shanghai Airlines. It is also among the world's busiest cargo hubs, with many foreign and Chinese cargo carriers locating bases here. Shanghai Pudong International Airport is classified as a 4F facility, capable of handling wide-body equipment. The airport opened in 1999 and was constructed to ease congestion at Shanghai Hongqiao.

Location of Shanghai Pudong Airport, China

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Juneyao Airlines: will launch long haul, join Star Alliance, but must balance Air China's interests

30-Jan-2017 6:42 PM

China's Juneyao Airlines has always operated in the shadow of Spring Airlines. They launched from Shanghai within a year of each other and have had similar growth trajectories. Yet Spring sought the limelight and garnered attention for its low cost model. Juneyao, in contrast, often seemed to want to keep a low profile.

There are now rapid changes for Juneyao, and not just in comparison to its quiet history. In 1H2017 Juneyao is due to be the first "Connecting Partner" for Star Alliance, which will regain a footprint in China's commercial centre. Juneyao will likely transition to being a full Star member.

This will help the airline to grow its footprint as it takes delivery of its first of five 787s in 2018. Traffic rights internally and externally will be a challenge, but Juneyao must keep even closer watch on its quasi strategic patron, Air China. It is in the interests of Beijing based Air China to have a friend in Shanghai, but Air China's ultimate objective with Juneyao could be consolidation.

Delta Air Lines closes in on Korean Air JV to boost Asia network, hedge China Eastern partnership

23-Jan-2017 8:50 AM

Delta Air Lines is rekindling its partnership with Korean Air. Delta has previously used heavy-handed tactics – cutting off codeshares, nearly eliminating reciprocal frequent flyer benefits otherwise enshrined in their SkyTeam alliances – to bully Korean Air into a JV. The attraction to Delta is a JV partner in Asia, which American and United have long enjoyed. 

Korean Air, until recently, has failed to see the benefits of a partnership with Delta, which has a smaller trans-Pacific footprint. Although Korean Air felt the damage from all but losing its North American partner, what Delta needed to give Korean Air was time. It has helped that Delta is no longer pursuing a hub in Tokyo – a rival to Korean Air and Seoul.

A deeper Delta-Korean Air partnership, as hinted at by Delta management in Dec-2016, starts with both feeling competitive trans-Pacific pressure but jointly holding a position of strength, with a JV slightly smaller than United-ANA's, but much larger than American-JAL. Korean Air brings wider coverage to Southeast Asia, as well as North American gateways.

China and Australia remove airline growth restrictions as China cautiously embraces open skies

21-Dec-2016 12:30 PM

China has agreed to liberalise passenger flights and remove capacity restrictions with Australia, its largest outbound long haul market after the United States. This is a relief to Chinese airlines, which face bilateral constraints in North America and Europe. The result is already evident as Chinese airlines deploy more capacity and larger aircraft to Australia.

In North American and European markets the local governments hold back on traffic right expansion (let alone open skies). But for Australia it was the Australian government, which signalled some years ago that it wanted to liberalise once China was ready – a time that has now come.

Australia's view was progressive and detached from bygone days of national carrier interest; Chinese airlines hold 90% of the market to Australia. Elsewhere many governments still hold back on Chinese traffic right expansion so their local airlines can continue to grow. There are 15 Chinese airports that have nonstop flights to Australia with a total of 27 airport pairs – figures that should expand in 2017 as the market evolves further with the Virgin Australia-HNA partnership.

Delta-Korean Air joint venture creates trans-Pacific's second largest bloc. Cathay, EVA under threat

18-Nov-2016 12:41 PM

The unprecedented aviation market growth between Asia and North America is forcing airlines to re-evaluate their core strategy and reassess who is a competitor and who could be a partner. It seems probable that Delta Air Lines and Korean Air will form a joint venture, potentially making them the second largest trans-Pacific bloc.

The next two largest airlines without a deep partnership, EVA Air and Cathay Pacific, are having to confront significant change, without the support of partners. Delta-Korean Air brings United-ANA its closest rival yet, while the American-JAL JV – already smaller – needs bulking up.

Korean Air brings Delta a wider network in Asia than ANA or JAL offer to their respective JV partners, United and American. A Korean Air-Delta JV could result in more destinations and flights being added once they are able to sell jointly.

China-Japan: Peach, Jetstar Japan & China United the latest LCCs to enter Asia's 3rd largest market

8-Nov-2016 12:10 PM

Japan-China is the third largest international country pair in Northeast and Southeast Asia. The market has expanded due to Chinese outbound visitor growth, with Chinese visitor numbers doubling from 2.4 million in 2014 to 5.0 million in 2015, and 9M2016 shows a further 30% expansion. LCCs account for approximately 10% of the market, and there are an expected three further LCC entrants in the Japan-China market: Peach Aviation, Jetstar Japan and China United Airlines. Their entry, however, comes after the major boom: eight airlines have entered the market since 2014.

The impact of the additional LCCs will be minimal in network size: Peach's four weekly Osaka-Shanghai flights are in addition to an existing 117 weekly flights. Over the long term there are strong opportunities for LCCs (as evidenced by the first mover Spring Airlines), but in the near future the greatest impact from additional LCCs will be in reminding Chinese full service airlines of alternative business models and their own need to reform. To a Chinese airline a Japanese LCC is almost paradoxical: an airline trying to be low cost in a high cost country with low population growth. Yet the relative success of Japanese LCCs provides a case study – and also market challenges.

Star Alliance connecting partner model evolves as Juneyao Airlines replaces Mango as first member

17-Oct-2016 11:18 AM

Star Alliance's connecting partner model is evolving beyond a proposition for low cost airlines. In Oct-2016 Star disclosed its intention to add Shanghai-based Juneyao Airlines. Although Juneyao is full service, the semantics of full service versus low cost have proven irrelevant: the core concept of Star's connecting partner platform is to secure transfer options in key markets. The Star benefits for a connecting partner are only realised when connecting on the same itinerary to a Star member. Unlike the situation with full membership, Star benefits are not offered on a connecting partner when the itinerary is only point-to-point.

Juneyao gives Star a partner in China's financial hub and replaces Star's former Shanghai partner, Shanghai Airlines, which left when it merged with SkyTeam's China Eastern. Juneyao is the second announced member after the South African Airways LCC Mango, but Juneyao will be implemented first in 2Q2017. As Juneyao grows and plans intercontinental 787 flights, the airline may transition to a full member.

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