Hangzhou Airport Informational Guide to Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport (HGH) - Non Official

Hangzhou Airport (HGH)

Find useful information about Hangzhou Airport: Arrivals, Departures, Terminal information, Parking, Car rental, Transport, Accommodation, Amenities and Services, and other information about Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport (HGH). Plan your travel to HGH Airport with the information provided in this guide.


Xiaoshan International Airport is a hub for Loong Air and Xiamen Air. It is also a focus city for Air China, China Southern Airlines, China Eastern Airlines, Hainan Airlines and Sichuan Airport. 

Loong Air
Focus city for
Air China
China Southern Airlines
China Eastern Airlines
Hainan Airlines
Sichuan Airlines


Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport handled 28,163,820 in 2021.

Terminals + info

Hangzhou Airport consists of four passenger terminals:

Terminal 1

Terminal 2

Terminal 3

Terminal 4

Services + info

See the available services at Hangzhou Airport:

- Free Wi-Fi
- ATMs
- Children’s play areas
- Currency exchange
- Duty free stores
- Food and drink concessions
- Information desk
- Luggage storage


Address: 14th Road Xiaoshan, Hangzhou, Zhejiang, 310021, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA

Phone: +86 571 8666 2999

Transport + info

See the available means of transport available at Hangzhou Airport:

A large number of bus services are available at Hangzhou Airport. 
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Taxi: It is fairly easy to get to Hangzhou city centre by taxi within 35 minutes.
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Train: Though Hangzhou Airport isn’t connected to the railway network, there are several ways to get to any of the three main railway stations in Hangzhou.
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Car rental: To rent a car in Hangzhou Airport is a great option. You can also book your car online through our search engine.
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About Hangzhou

Hangzhou is the capital and the largest city of Zhejiang Province, which is located in Eastern China. It is known as one of the most beautiful cities in China given its ancient vestige and natural beauty.

The main and most recognizable spot is the West Lake, included into the UNESCO World Heritage Site list, along with Leifeng and Baochu pagodas. At the west of the lake, you can delight your eyes with the pretty Longjing tea fields, where the world-famous Longjing tea has its origins. Among its natural beauties, Hangzhou also features for its historical and cultural heritage, highlighting its large number of temples: Jingci Temple, Lingyi Temple, Yue-Wang Temple, and the residence of Hu Xueyan.

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