4 valid Offers to Chengdu
China Southern
ECO
4,551 mi
26. Feb
CPH
Copenhagen
7. Mar
CTU
Chengdu
3.46 CPM
315€
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Shenzhen Airlines
ECO
5,144 mi
8. Dec
LON
London
22. Dec
CTU
Chengdu
3.57 CPM
367€
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ECO
4,915 mi
29. Dec
ROM
Rom
7. Jan
CTU
Chengdu
3.77 CPM
371€
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China Southern
ECO
5,690 mi
2. Nov
MAD
Madrid
7. Nov
CTU
Chengdu
3.80 CPM
432€
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China Southern
ECO
5,126 mi
1. Nov
CDG
Paris
6. Nov
CTU
Chengdu
4.00 CPM
410€
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China Southern
ECO
4,568 mi
3. Oct
VIE
Vienna
14. Oct
CTU
Chengdu
4.07 CPM
372€
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China Southern
ECO
4,568 mi
28. Sep
VIE
Vienna
23. Oct
CTU
Chengdu
4.13 CPM
377€
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China Southern
ECO
4,568 mi
28. Sep
VIE
Vienna
12. Oct
CTU
Chengdu
4.23 CPM
386€
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China Southern
ECO
4,568 mi
28. Sep
VIE
Vienna
20. Oct
CTU
Chengdu
4.26 CPM
389€
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China Southern
ECO
4,568 mi
21. Sep
VIE
Vienna
19. Oct
CTU
Chengdu
4.29 CPM
392€
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China Southern
ECO
4,568 mi
31. Oct
VIE
Vienna
4. Nov
CTU
Chengdu
4.38 CPM
400€
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China Southern
ECO
4,568 mi
2. Nov
VIE
Vienna
8. Nov
CTU
Chengdu
4.38 CPM
400€
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ECO
4,935 mi
1. Nov
AMS
Amsterdam
4. Nov
CTU
Chengdu
4.71 CPM
465€
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ECO
5,295 mi
30. Aug
DUB
Dublin
5. Sep
CTU
Chengdu
4.75 CPM
503€
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China Southern
ECO
4,568 mi
3. Sep
VIE
Vienna
6. Sep
CTU
Chengdu
4.82 CPM
440€
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Hainan Airlines
ECO
4,568 mi
5. Sep
VIE
Vienna
6. Sep
CTU
Chengdu
4.85 CPM
443€
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China Eastern
ECO
4,853 mi
18. Oct
FRA
Frankfurt
29. Oct
CTU
Chengdu
4.86 CPM
472€
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China Southern
ECO
4,598 mi
29. Sep
TXL
Berlin
12. Oct
CTU
Chengdu
5.15 CPM
474€
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Singapore Airlines
ECO
5,410 mi
15. May
BCN
Barcelona
30. May
CTU
Chengdu
5.18 CPM
561€
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China Southern
ECO
4,699 mi
30. Oct
HAM
Hamburg
3. Nov
CTU
Chengdu
5.24 CPM
492€
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Chengdu

Chengdu is the capital of China’s Sichuan province. It is one of the three most populous cities in Western China. Around 8 million poeple live within the city. Being a place of historical importance throughout China’s history, Chengdu has become an important economical and cultural center of modern day China. Like the sorrounding Sichuan province, Chengdu has a proud cultural heritage. City and province are famous for their spicy cuisine. Further, the province is home to the last surviving Giant Pandas. A lot of the city’s tourism infracstructure is centered around them.

Best time to travel

Chengdu is located in a subtropical climate zone, with a monsoon season stretching from june through mid-september. The city is hot and humid and should be avoided then. Temperatures are modest the rest of the year, making Chengdu an attractive place to visit. The coldest month is January, with a daily mean temperature of 5 degrees.

From the Airport to the City

Chengdu Shuangliu Int’l Airport is a hub for Chinese Carriers Sichuan Airlines and Air China. It is very well connected to the city by several means of transportation. A highspeed railway line takes you to Chengdu East Railway station in about 10 minutes, charging less than €2 for a one-way ticket. The subway is the cheaper alternative, but takes a bit longer. If you prefer roads over tracks, there are a number of bus services to different places in Chengdu, starting at RMB 10 (approx. €1.30). Of course, taxis are available as well. A ride to the city center should take 45 minutes at max and cost around RMB 70 (€9).