Shanghai Pudong International Airport (IATA code PVG) is the main international airport that serves Shanghai in China and a main aviation base in East Asia. It is positioned 30 km from the center of the city in eastern direction, in a site that is next to the coastline of Pudong District. The airport serves as a main hub for Shanghai Airlines, Air China and China Eastern Airlines. It comes with two terminals and three parallel runways. There is a station of the Shanghai Maglev Train between the passenger terminals, offering high-speed magnetic levitation service to the center of Pudong. Further is available a station of the Shanghai Metro Line 2, several bus lines and taxis. There is a project for the construction of a third passenger terminal and a satellite terminal, plus two more runways that has as a deadline year 2015. When these plans are completed, the airport will be ready to handle traffic of up to 80 million passengers. The available onsite facilities include a business center, facilities for the disabled, two airport hotels and a multi-storey car parking.  Other airport facilities include several bank offices, ATM machines, various restaurants, cafes and bars, different shops and duty-free zone, as well as baby change and feeding rooms and a pharmacy. There are also offices of car rental companies, which offer vehicles with a driver.  

Latitude 31
Longitude 121
Full name Shanghai
Alternative names Shanghai Pudong International Airport
Address Pudong New Area, 900 Qihang Road, Shanghai, 201202, China
Phone (21) 96990
Owner Shanghai Airport Authority