Quanzhou Jinjiang International Airport (JJN) is located 7 miles (12 kilometers) south away from Quanzhou city. Nowadays many routes are accessible to domestic cities like Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Xian, Chongqing and Kunming, and international destinations like Hong Kong, Macau, Taipei, Singapore and Manila. The airport receives a large number of passengers every year on account of its excellent services, facilities as well as convenient transportation.
Quanzhou has two rail stations, which are Quanzhou Rail Station and Quanzhou East Rail Station.
The new high-speed rail line running along Fujian's sea coast, serves the new Quanzhou Rail Station, located some 12 km northwest of the city proper. It is served by frequent bullet trains running between Fuzhou and Xiamen. Some bullet trains also link Quanzhou with Hangzhou, Shanghai, and Shenzhen.
The rail line from the interior China terminates at Quanzhou East Station, located on the north-eastern outskirts of the city. It is the terminal station for many (fairly slow) trains connecting Quanzhou with the interior of Fujian Province (Sanming, Wuyishan) and with major cities throughout China's hinterland.
Long Distance Bus
This city has five long-distance bus stations, of which the newest and busiest is the New Passenger Transport Station. It has many buses to and from other cities within Fujian Province, such as Xiamen, Fuzhou, etc. Also, due to the well-developed highway facilities, buses can reach many cities in other provinces, such as Guangzhou, Qingdao, Hangzhou and Shanghai, etc. You can choose the luxury bus or the ordinary bus as you like. Once arrived, you could find that many city bus routes serve every corner of the city.