Shanghai Pudong PVG Airport Terminal Map Overview

Main Terminal / Concourses at Shanghai Pudong PVG Airport

Pudong Airport: Getting to & Connecting with Terminals 1 & 2; International Arrivals, Transferring to another flight; Terminal layout &Terminal Details:

Note that A 50M passenger count is expected by year-end 2014.

Getting to, and connecting with, TerminalsT1 & T2.
 
1. If you arrive by car and need to get to T2 - take the A20 Expressway, the A1 (Yinbin Dadao) & thereafter the Shanghai North-South Elevated Freeway. 
2. Shuttle buses run between the two terminals every 10 mins, taking 5 minutes (located at T1 - Exit 1 of the domestic, & Exit 8 of the international departure level; and in T2 - Exit 23 of the international and Exit 27 of the domestic departure level).
3. T2 & T1 can be accessed from the Maglev train station, located in between the separate parking lots for both terminals.
4. The Maglev train from Longyang Rd. Metro station runs every 1-20 mins.
5. The Green Metro Line 2 runs every 9 minutes; however at Guanglan Road stop you need to transfer from an 8-car to a 4-car train to the Airport.

Medical Emergencies:
3 clinics are available at  (a) domestic arrivals, level 2, room A2-210 (tel. 021-68345328); (b btween gates 6 & 7 of domestic departures (tel. 021-68345376), and (c) at international arrivals, level 2, room C2-213.

International Arrivals proceed to International Arrival Access, go through joint inspection (Inspection, Quarantine & Immigration), then go to baggage claim, pick up bags, go through Customs, and proceed to the Arrivals Hall. 
International Departures check in, go through inspection (Customs, Immigration & Security) and on to their gate.
Transferring to another flight (transfer of non-Visa-Waiver country passengers within 24 hours must remaining in the secured area): After security inspection, airline staff will guide passengers to transfer flights via passage way.  A 72-hr transit visa is now available to passengers of Visa-Waiver Countries, enabling them to exit the secured areas of the terminal, or visit the City without a Visa within that time frame.
   International to International transfers - go to one of the nine counters handling transfer services in the central part of the International Arrivals Concourse. After you receive your boarding pass, take the proper elevator up to the International China Inspection & Quarantine (CIQ) Area & then wait for your connecting flight (transfer time: at least 29 mins).
   International to Domestic transfers - after arrival & CIQ check, go to the transfer hall for check-in, then proceed to your departure concourse (transfer time at least 51 mins).
   Domestic to International Transfers - you arrive in the connecting concourse and pass through Domestic Departures, then proceed to the Transfer Hall, take the elevator or escalator to the International CIQ Area, and wait for your connecting flight (transfer time at least 49 mins).

Shanghai Pudong Airport's terminal complex has two passenger terminals - T1 & T2 - connected via shuttle bus (a 5-minute ride). T1 & T2 face each other in an  H shape - with their concourses and main terminals forming the vertical lines of the H (T1 at left, T2 at right), and their respective parking lots and Maglev railway station forming the horizontal line of the H. 

To choose the right terminal, look for the airline code on your flight ticket:

Terminal 1 airlines:  Air France (AF), Japan Airlines (JL), Korean Air (KE), KLM Royal Dutch Airlines (KL), China Eastern Airlines (MU), Shanghai Airlines (FM), AirAsia ZEST Airway (Z2), Gulf Air (GF), Jin Air (LJ), Sri Lankan Airlines (UL), Royal Brunei Airlines (BI), China Airlines (CI)   - all other airlines are in T2:
Terminal 2 airlines by Code: AI, BA, GA, MH, PR, QF, QR, VS, 5J, AC, AY, CA, CX, CZ, EK, KA, LH, NH, NX, NZ, OZ, SQ, SU, TG, TK, DL, UA, AA, HO, 9C, EY, SK,, EU, OQ, DG, 2P, ZE, K6, B7, LV, AM, LX, SC, ZH, BR, GE, GS, HX, D7, W5, 8L & HU

Terminal 1 of Pudong Airport - with a capacity of 20 million passengers (but fewer services & amenities than inT2 - is divided into an International side (left) and a domestic side (right). T1 has 204 check-in counters, 13 baggage carousels, 29 gates, 13 of which are double-decker gates. 
Information counters at T1: near departure gate 3 for domestic flights; near gate 11 for international flights, and near arrivals gate 7.
Level 1 is the Arrivals level with baggage claim.
Level 2 is the Departure level with a Transit Hall in the center and access to gate 16 (in the center of the Concourse). international gates 17 -  29 are at left, and domestic gates 15 - 1 are to the right. The Sakura Lounge is between gates 18 & 19.
Level 3 houses check-in counters A-M (with Customs being between K & J) followed by Immigration & security checks. Level 3 also houses the concourse for International, Hong Kong, and  Macao & Tauion flights.

Terminal 1 expansion project is adding an additional 6,000 sqm, increasing capacity to 37 million passengers, and includes a new baggage handling system and transfer facilities, all to be completed by late 2014.
SkyTeam Lounges: The Skyteam Alliance plans to have its members share lounges in Terminal 1. (A new China Eastern lounge has recently been copleted.)

Terminal 2 of Pudong Airport with 3 levels is divided into international (left) and domestic (right ) sides. The Information counter for domestic flights is near gate 23; for international flights near gate 26,  a counter serving both is at gate 25, and a counter near 2A serves at  Arrivals, exit.
Level 1 is for departures and arrivals, making it easy for transfer passengers. 
Level 2 houses Domestic & International Arrivals Halls, which include arrivals from Hong Kong, Macau & Taiwan. It also  houses Arrivals gates 1-29.
Concourse D - between the two levels - is divided into gates D58-D73 & D75-D90.
New: A 2000 sq.meter shopping area located in the north & south waiting areas, offers 27 shops with brand names.

Services & amenities in both terminals:  Food & drink and retail concessions are available in both terminals. 
Information counters are located betwen Gates 3 & 4 of Domestic Departures, and between Gates 11 & 12 of International Departures.
Baggage storage at T1 is between gates 4 & 5 and 10 & 11 in the Departures Hall; and between Gates 6 & 7 of the greeting area in the Arrival Hall. (tel: +86(21)68346324).  Baggage storage at T2 is near Islands A & M in the Departure Hall; and near the International exit in the Arrival Hall (tel: +86(21)68340076).
The Transfer Level of T2 houses a 3-star hourly hotel (also available by reservation: tel. 021-68346480 for domestic / or 021-68346490 for international services.
Self-service baggage check-in allows domestic passengers to print boarding passes & check-in their own bags. International passengers departing from Terminal 1 may complete their check-in process at automated check-in kiosks, enabling them to choose their seats, check-in bags, print boarding passes & baggage tags - and thereafter drop bags off at the self-check-in counter - getting a receipt for the checked bags.
Other services include a Business Center, Lost & Found, luggage carts, express delivery, insurance, special aid, vending machines, power chargers, photo kiosks and post offices.

Important telephone numbers: For information call 96990 (all other numbers may precede counry & city codes +86 (021)
Baggage at T1 - 22344553; at T2 - 22381085
Business Center at T2 - 22381085
Lost & Found at T1 - 22344553; at T2 - 22381085
Police Center at T1 - 22344553; at T2 - 22381085
Medical Emergencies:
  Domestic Arrivals, Room A2-210, tel. 021-68345328
  International Arrivals, Room C2-213, level 2F
  Between gates 6 & 7 of Domestic Departures (tel. 021-68345376).







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