Qingdao Liuting International Airport
Qingdao Liuting International Airport is the second-largest airport in east China after Shanghai. Its routes extend in all directions. It has flights arrive and depart more than 30 cities across the country. Also, it has been opened international and regional passenger routes to Tokyo, Osaka, Fukuoka in Japan, Seoul in Korea, Singapore and Hong Kong, Macau, etc. At present, there are 96 national and international airlines, serving 48 destinations both at home and abroad.
Distance to city center: 23 km
Transportation to city center:
Currently, there are five shuttle buses running between the airport and downtown, covering most areas of the city. They cover most major places in the city, like the railway station (Zhan Bridge), Sifang Long-distance Bus Station, and Century Mandarin Hotel.
The fare for a taxi is usually 80 Yuan from the airport to downtown.
Currently, there are two railway stations in the city for passenger transport: the local station and the North Railway Station.
Qingdao Railway Station
It was built in 1901 by the Germans in a typical German Renaissance architectural style. Although expanded in 1901 and 2006, its German style has been retained, together with the original watch tower and waiting hall. After expansion, the station now has six platforms, ten railway roads and a waiting area of over seven-thousand square meters. Around the station, there are several bus stops, and one can easily go to other places in the city.
Address: No. 2 of Tai'an Road, Shinan District
The North Railway Station
Qingdao north railway station commenced operation in Jan, 2014. Since the majority of passenger transport still managed by Qingdao railway station now, there is only a few trains originating from the north station. The originating trains run to Harbin, Changchun, Jinan and some other cities, trains through there can reach Beijing, Shanghai, Wuhan, and Nanjing.
Address: East of Huanwan Avenue, Canghai Road, Licang District
The city's passenger port is located at No. 6, Xinjiang Road, Shibei District. Currently, it services ships to Incheon, South Korea; Shimonoseki, Japan; and Shanghai.