Sydney to Shanghai Flights

Sydney to Shanghai Flight Info

Peak season for travel

February
AU$411

Off-season for travel

June
AU$389

Cheapest return ticket price

AU$1,767
Sydney(SYD) ⇒ Shanghai(PVG)

Cheapest direct flight price

AU$1,125
Sydney(SYD) ⇒ Shanghai(PVG)

Frequently Asked Questions

  • When are flight tickets from Sydney (SYD) to Shanghai (SHA) the cheapest?

    Airlines adjust prices for flights from Sydney to Shanghai based on the date and time of your booking. By analyzing data from all airlines, on Trip.com, you can find the lowest flight prices on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays.
  • How long does it take to fly from Sydney (SYD) to Shanghai (SHA)?

    It takes about 10 hours 30 minutes to fly from Sydney (SYD) to Shanghai (SHA).
  • What is the transportation method from the main airport to downtown in Shanghai?

    • The distance from Hongqiao International Airport to downtown is about 14km, by taxi about 30 minutes.
    • The distance from Pudong International Airport to downtown is about 32km, by taxi about 50 minutes.
  • What time does the earliest flight from Sydney to Shanghai depart?

    The earliest flight departs from Sydney (SYD) at 09:30 and arrives in Shanghai (PVG) at 18:25.
  • What time does the latest flight from Sydney to Shanghai depart?

    The latest flight departs from Sydney (SYD) at 21:30 and arrives in Shanghai (PVG) at 05:20.
  • What are the most popular airlines that fly from Sydney (SYD) to Shanghai (SHA)?

    Airlines with flights from Sydney (SYD) to Shanghai (SHA): Qantas Airways, China Eastern Airlines, Air China, Air France, Lan Airlines and Air New Zealand.
  • What's the most popular airline for non-stop flights from Sydney (SYD) to Shanghai (SHA)?

    China Eastern Airlines operates 29 non-stop flights from Sydney (SYD) to Shanghai (SHA).
  • How many airports are there in Shanghai (SHA)?

  • What are some travel guidelines for Shanghai during the COVID19 pandemic?

    Entry restrictions and flight schedule changes and cancellations are frequently updated and subject to change. If you plan to travel to Shanghai, please obtain the most updated information from the airline you plan to book your travels with. You can also refer to COVID19 Country/Region Entry Restrictions for more information.
  • Which airlines offer free date changes for flights to this city during the COVID19 pandemic?

    There are no airlines with flights to this city that provide this service. Please use this information as a reference only and confirm with the airline prior to booking.

Sydney (SYD) to Shanghai (SHA) Flight Schedule

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Arrival
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10:55

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18:30

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Flight from Sydney to Shanghai

Shanghai is a famous destination for visitors to awe at the throbbing advancement of the nation. The city's multicultural style invests in it an exceptional allure and wonder. Here, one finds the ideal mix of societies, the cutting edge and the conventional, and the western and the oriental. New high rises and old Shikumen together draw the horizon of Shanghai. Western traditions and Chinese customs interlaced and shaped Shanghai's way of life, making a guest's stay genuinely impressive.

Getting to Shanghai

Shanghai Pudong International airport is the one you should be looking out for a while booking your tickets to Shanghai. There are several options for flights from Sydney to Shanghai. Direct Flights from Sydney to Shanghai are operated usually by China Eastern and Qantas. Other flights and Cheap Flights from Sydney to Shanghai generally operate by Cathay Dragon, Hainan, Xiamen and Asiana.

Tip: Direct flights to Shanghai are few and far between. Book in advance to save time.

Sightseeing in Shanghai

Activities here include visiting various world-class historical centres and art displays. For example, the Shanghai Museum and the China Art Museum, walking through exquisite gardens and stops, shopping, and visiting beautiful old sanctuaries and customary pagodas. Zhongshan Lu is a beautiful place along the west bank of the Huangpujiang River. It's especially popular among visitors as the region has held a European vibe that is mainly found in the numerous early English and French structures which are converted in as cafés, boutique stores, displays, and workplaces.

You could go to Anyuan Lu region of Shanghai, and the excellent Jade Buddha Temple houses two Shakyamuni statues, which the monk Huigen carried with him from Burma and then you could go to the Shanghai Museum which remains China's most significant Museum of established Chinese arts and crafts. Feel spirituality engulf you in the Longhua Temple or feed your guilty pleasures with a shopping spree at the Nanjing Road. And even after all these, there will still be a ton to do in Shanghai.

Tip: Communication may be a problem for English speakers. Get your destinations written down on a piece of paper in Chinese from a local/hotel staff to help you get around the city quickly via taxi.

Accommodation in Shanghai

Those who want to have a lavish and luxurious stay can opt for a hotel near the Bund or Zhongshan Lu. Those looking for a fine to place to stay, not to lavish or not to tight on the budget can choose to stay near the Yu Garden, and those who are on a budget can have their happy stay at the Nanjing Road, or you can just find a place near your favourite sightseeing spot in Shanghai.

Sydney to Shanghai flights are many and frequent, so customise your search to get the best prices for your travel dates. If you’d like to travel on a budget, combine your Sydney-Shanghai flight booking with discount hotel reservations for great deals. To experience the best of Business, technology, human-made wonders and a lavish stay, visit Shanghai with Trip.com.