Because Fujian Province is located in southeast coastal area, and the sea transportation in Fujian is very prosperous even in ancient times. So it is very convenient to travel by water in Fujian Province. Of course, as one of the earliest open provinces for foreign trade, it is very convenient by air and highway in Fujian Province.
There are 5 main airports in Fujian Province. They are: Changle International Airport in Fuzhou, Gaoqi International Airport in Xiamen, Guanzhaishan Airport in Longyan, Jinjiang International Airport in Quanzhou, Wuyishan Civil Airport in Nanping.
Fujian Changle International Airport, Gaoqi International Airport and Jinjiang Airport are all international airports, and they have open flights to domestic cities and other countries. The airlines of Xiamen Gaoqi International Airport cover Southeast Asia, South Korea, Japan, the USA, Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan regions. The flights to Taiwan regions are chartered passenger flghts.
Since ancient times, the sea transportation in Fujian is very prosperous. At present, there are more than 50 coastal quay berths open to navigation to more than 60 harbors in Shanghai, Hong Kong and other places in the world.
Every week, there is passenger liner traveling to and fro between Xiamen and Hong Kong. It departs Xiamen to Hong Kong at 05:00 p.m. every Wednesday, and returns Xiamen from Hong Kong at 02:00 p.m. every Tuesday. Read more information about Xiamen transportation.
Railway in Fujian mainly covers cites such as Xiamen, Fuzhou and Quanzhou. During these cities, it is convenient for visitors traveling buy trains. Xiamen Railway Station is the largest station in Fujian.
I updated this article on March 28, 2012
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