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As long as you don’t expect much in the way of in-flight entertainment and alcoholic beverages, these airlines offer decent safety records and competitive pricing. Send us your Feedback / Letter to the Editor Pudong Airport is located 30 kilometres from downtown Shanghai.It has two modern terminals and, as of mid 2014, five runways (and two new ones due to ease some congestion).Trains run daily between 6.45am and 9.40pm at 15 to 20-minute intervals.A one-way ticket costs Rmb50 or Rmb40 if you can show a same-day airline ticket. From the station, it is a 12-minute subway ride to Pudong’s exhibition centre or 25 minutes to downtown.Upstairs, you can get a decent cup of coffee at Costa.Through customs on the airside, there is a Starbucks and Subway among a pack of Chinese and Muslim cafes.Most China Eastern, Air France, KLM, Hainan Airlines, JAL and Korean Air flights depart from Terminal 1, with the rest leaving from Terminal 2.
A Mc Donalds and decent Chinese noodle shop at the entrance are your best options for pre- or post-flight fuelling.
This option is much faster than taking Metro Line 2 directly from the airport, which can also be done if you have time to kill and only Rmb8 in your pocket.
A taxi from Pudong airport to Puxi (on the other side of the Huangpu river) costs Rmb200 for a 50-minute ride along crisp, four-lane highways.
If you’re peckish, there’s a Burger King and Starbucks outside the arrival gate.
Other fast food outlets (KFC and several Chinese chains) plus a convenience store are available in the mini food hall beside the Maglev station.
Travellers can look forward to Starbucks and Yogo Juice among the improved snacking options, plus there’s a Muslim restaurant beside Check-in on the third floor.