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Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport, opened on August 5, 2004, is the second busiest in China. In addition to domestic flights, it operates with international destinations in the Far East, the Middle East, Southeast Asia, Europe, Africa and North America.
Official Website: gbiac.net
Number of Terminals - 1 - Open 24 hours a day.
Annual passenger traffic: 69.7 million passengers have been handled in 2018.
Tel: +86 203 606 6999. There are information desks on the first and third floors of the terminal.
Guangzhou airport is located 28 km (17 miles) to the north of the city of the same name.See Map
Counters from Hertz (Tel +86 6115 0071) are located in Arrivals Hall B and are open around the clock. Other car rental offices are located in the city centre. You will need to hire a driver if you do not have a Chinese license.
Inside the enclosure there are five parking lots for short and long stays open around the clock, in addition to passenger pick-up and drop-off zones in front of the Departures Hall and outside the Arrivals lobby. The first 15 minutes of stay are free of charge. Rates
P1 - Located 6 minutes away from area A, for international flights.
P2 - Situated to the south of the terminal, for long stays.
P3 - Three-storey facility for long periods located between the terminal and the Pullman Hotel.
P4 - It is found 15 min. away from the Departures Hall, for domestic flights.
P5 - 5 min. away from area B, for domestic arrivals.
Disabled passengers have priority and are provided with a special check-in counter. There are free wheelchairs available by request. Adapted toilets, lifts and designated parking spaces are also available. Children between 5 and 12 years old travelling alone will receive assistance through the security checkpoint, while boarding and during the flight.
Latest updates: June 12, 2019