Cheap flights to Shanghai
Fashionable, flavoursome and packed with modern flourishes, the merge of old school meets trendy cool in Shanghai is addictive. If you're ready to visit where East first met West, Universal Traveller has the cheapest Shanghai flights with top-notch airlines for comfort, class and cost-happy convenience. And if you're a student, under 26 or a teacher, ask our friendly travel consultants about our famous Student Flights for even more discounts on your airfares.
Flights from Australia to Shanghai depart around the clock, landing at Shanghai Pudong International Airport (PEK), which is located 30 kilometres east of the action. The fastest way to get to your accommodation and the city centre is via the Shanghai Maglev Train, which takes just 8 minutes, or hail a taxi.
Direct flights from Australia to Shanghai regularly leave from Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. From Brisbane to Shanghai direct, you land within 14 hours, while a trip from Sydney takes around 15 hours. Stopovers can extend the total flight duration, usually landing to refuel in Australia or Asia. Airlines often provide meals and a range snacks and drinks plus in-flight entertainment. For specific services, check out our airline guide.
Airlines that fly to Shanghai
Major airlines that fly from Australia to Shanghai:
Shanghai Holiday Packages
This is your chance to see Shanghai your way. Our Universal Traveller travel consultants can arrange awesome Shanghai travel packages and cheap holiday deals, just for you. We have a list of add-ons we know you'll want, including free hotel nights and bonus meals, fantastic tours, central accommodation and budget-friendly flights. A custom Shanghai travel package is within your grasp.
If glittering cityscapes crawling with people, weird cuisines and department stores excite and delight you, then Shanghai belongs on your bucket list. It's a little bit notorious, a little bit naughty and every bit beautiful, despite its smoggy first impressions. The Bund paints a picture of colonial Shanghai as traders still gather to ply their wares and gossip; the Shanghai Museum is everything you've ever wanted from a grandiose building, packed with history and intrigue; and the Jing'an Temple is a must. Spend your time wisely, Shanghai is the capital of too much to do.
For what to see and do in Shanghai, read our Shanghai Travel Guide. Need some help planning your Shanghai vacay? Contact our Universal Traveller travel gurus for up-to-the-minute info on flights, accommodation and tours.
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