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Fr, 19/07
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Results from Beijing to Shanghai on Friday, 19 July 2024

Results from Beijing South Railway Station to Shanghai Hongqiao Railway Station

Departure Arrival Price
 
G105


5h 46m
07:17
Fr, 19/07

BEIJING
South
13:03
Fr, 19/07

SHANGHAI
Hongqiao
628 元

Results from Beijing South Railway Station to Shanghai Railway Station

Departure Arrival Price
 
G1


4h 29m
07:00
Fr, 19/07

BEIJING
South
11:29
Fr, 19/07

SHANGHAI
Shanghai
752 元

Results from Beijing Railway Station to Shanghai Railway Station

Departure Arrival Price
 
D7


12h 03m
19:22
Fr, 19/07

BEIJING
Beijing
07:25
Sa, 20/07

SHANGHAI
Shanghai
404 元

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How to get from Beijing to Shanghai

There are two ways to travel from Beijing to Shanghai: by plane and by train.

How far is Beijing from Shanghai?

The travel distance between Beijing and Shanghai is 1,214 km. There are two options to travel from Beijing to Shanghai: taking a flight or taking a train.

How long does it take to get from Beijing to Shanghai?

It takes 2 hours to 2 hours 35 minutes to get from Beijing to Shanghai by plane, 4 hours 20 minutes to 6 hours 35 minutes by high-speed train, 12 hours 10 minutes by overnight high-speed train and 15 hours by conventional train.

The plane and the train usually depart and arrive on time.

What types of airlines operate the route Beijing to Shanghai?

There are four domestic airlines flying the route Beijing to Shanghai, four full-service carriers: China Eastern Airlines (MU), China Southern Airlines (CZ), Xiamen Air (MF) and Hainan Airlines (HU).

For more information about travelling by plane, please read our Flight Guide in China.

Where do flights from Beijing to Shanghai depart?

Flights from Beijing to Shanghai depart from Beijing Capital Airport (PEK) and Beijing Daxing Airport (PKX).

Passengers are requested to arrive at the airport 2 hours before the scheduled departure time for check in. Check-in closes 50 minutes before departure time.

Where do flights from Beijing to Shanghai arrive?

Flights from Beijing to Shanghai arrive at Shanghai Pudong Airport (PVG) and Shanghai Hongqiao Airport (SHA).

What types of trains operate the route Beijing to Shanghai?

There is one railway company operating trains on the route Beijing to Shanghai.

China Railway is the state-owned railway company in China operating high-speed trains and conventional trains.

There are three types of services on route Beijing to Shanghai: G-series are high-speed services with maximum speed of 350 km/h, D-series are overnight high-speed services with maximum speed of 250 km/h, and T-series are conventional express services stopping at province-level cities with maximum speed of 140 km/h.

In total, high-speed trains offer three seat classes: Business class Seat and First class Seat available in G-series trains, Second class Seat available in G and D series trains, and two sleeper classes: First class Sleeper with soft beds in compartments for 1-4 passengers and Second class Sleeper with hard beds in compartments for 1-6 passengers available in overnight D-series trains.

In total, conventional trains offer one seat class: Hard seat, and two sleeper classes: Soft Sleeper in compartments for 1-4 passengers and Hard Sleeper in compartments for 1-6 passengers available in T-series trains.

For more information about travelling by train, please read our Train Guide in China.

Where do trains from Beijing to Shanghai depart?

All the G-series high-speed trains and few overnight D-series high-speed trains depart from Beijing South Railway Station located in Fengtai, Beijing. Some overnight D-series high-speed trains and all the T-series conventional trains depart from Beijing Railway Station located in Dongcheng, Beijing.

Passengers are requested to arrive at the station 60 minutes before the scheduled departure time to complete the boarding procedures or risk missing the train.

Where do trains from Beijing to Shanghai arrive?

Most G-series high-speed trains arrive at Shanghai Hongqiao Railway Station located in Minhang, Shanghai. Few G-series high-speed trains, all overnight D-series high-speed trains and the T-series conventional trains arrive at Shanghai Railway Station located in Jing An, Shanghai.





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