Flights to Linyi

Linyi Shubuling Airport is a public airport that serves the city of Linyi in Shandong Province, China. It has one paved runway, a 1/19 with a length of 2,300 m or 7,546 ft. The airport can be found on the map using these coordinates: 35°02′46″N 118°24′42″E. The airport is currently served by six airlines: China Eastern Airlines (Beijing-Capital, Changsha, Hangzhou, Shanghai-Pudong, Xiamen), China United Airlines (Beijing-Nanyuan),  Shanghai Airlines (Shanghai-Hongqiao), Shenzhen Airlines (Guangzhou, Shenyang), Sichuan Airlines (Chengdu, Xi'an), and Tianjin Airlines (Dalian, Ningbo, Wenzhou, Yiwu).

What to see & do

Linyi, which literally means “close to the Yi River,” is a prefecture-level city located south of Shandong province, People's Republic of China, and is the largest prefecture-level city in Shandong by area and population. It borders Rizhao to the east, Weifang to the northeast, Zibo to the north, Tai'an to the northwest, Jining to the west, Zaozhuang to the southwest, and the province of Jiangsu to the south. The city administers 12 county-level divisions, including three districts and nine counties, and is further divided into 181 township-level divisions. It is home to numerous historical figures, notably Zhuge Liang and Wang Xizhi. Sun Bin's Art of War, which is now in display at Shandong Provincial museum, was first discovered in Linyi in 1972, along with other classics on hand written bamboo slips. At the 2010 census, the city had a total population of 10,039,440, of which 2,303,648 lived in the built-up area made up of Lanshan District, Luozhuang District and Hedong District. Some of the cultural attractions that one must visit while in Linyi include the People's Square (Renmin Guangchang). Built in the early 1990s on the site of an old army barracks, the square measures approximately 500 metres (1,600 ft) east-west, and about 300 m (980 ft) north-south, wherein a shopping centre and entertainment facilities are housed underneath. There’s also the park dedicated to Wang Xizhi, where, upon paying the entrance fee, you can stroll along the park and learn Chinese calligraphy. It is located north of the city centre. Meanwhile, nearby the city centre is a museum that houses a number of original bamboo strips from the Warring States period. You can also visit Linyi Dam, which is the world’s largest rubber dam.

How to get around

The city of Linyi has a good and convenient transport system. Linyi’s counties and urban networks all have bus stations. Buses at urban areas have 20 routes, majority of which cover the shopping center, the railway station, the long-distance bus station, and the scenic spots of the downtown area.

How to get there

Linyi Shubuling Airport is easily reached by air, with several flights coming in from Guangzhou, Shanghai and Beijing daily. You can take a taxi from the airport to the city. The city is well-connected by railway system. Its Yan (Zhou), Shi (Jiusuo), Ping (Shan), Feng(Shan) railways and Harbin – the Changjiang Delta railway are to extend the lines to every part of the city. Meanwhile, Linyi Railway Station in downtown has plenty of line such as Beijing – Rizhao, Jinan -Rizhao Zhengzhou – Rizhou. The city links four national highways and 18 provincial arterial highways that form a convenient highway network.

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Frequently asked questions

There's one airport in Linyi: Linyi.
Capital Airlines, KLM, Sichuan Airlines, Shenzhen Airlines, Loong Air, Shanghai Airlines, Shandong Airlines and Air China all fly direct to Linyi.
The cheapest month to fly to Linyi is August.

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