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SHANGHAI Pudong International Airport (PVG) T2航站楼(001)
Shanghai

2008年3月26号浦东机场2号航站楼(T2)投入运营。

国内航空公司:

1/CA-中国国际航空 Air China(星空联盟之一);

2/CZ-中国南方航空China Southern  Airlines(天合联盟之一);

3/MU-中国东方航空China Eastern Airlines;

4/FM-上海航空Shanghai Airlines;

5/3U-四川航空Sichuan Airlines;

6/HU-海南航空Hainan Airlines;

7/MF-厦门航空Xiamen Airlines;

8/CYZ-邮政航空China Postal Airlines;

9/SC-山东航空Shandong Airlines;

10/Y8-扬子江货运Yangtze River Express;

11/ZH-深圳航空Shenzhen Airlines;

12/9C-春秋航空Spring Airlines。

国际航空公司:

13/AC-加拿大航空Air Canada(星空联盟之一);

14/AF-法国航空Air France(天合联盟之一);

15/AL-印度航空Air India;

16/AY-芬兰航空Finnair;

17/AZ-意大利航空Alitalia;

18/BA-英国航空British Airways;

19/BI-文莱航空Royal Brunei Airlines;

20/BV意大利蓝天航空Blue Panorama Airlines;

21/CV-卢森堡货运Cargolux Airlines International;

22/CX-国泰航空Cathay Pacific;

23/CO-美国大陆航空Continental Airlines;

24/DL-达美航空Delta Air Lines;

25/EK-阿联酋航空Emirates;

26/FX-联邦快递 FedEX;

27/GA-印度尼西亚航空Garuda Indonesia;

28/HY-乌兹别克斯坦航空Uzbekistan Airways;

29/JL-日本航空Japan Airlines;

30/KA-港龙航空Hong Kong Dragon Airlines;

31/KE-大韩航空Korean Air(天合联盟之一);

32/KL-荷兰航空KLM-Royal Dutch Airlines(天合联盟之一);

33/KZ-日本货运Nippon Cargo Airlines;

34/LH-汉莎航空Lufthansa-German Airlines;

35/LT-德国国际航空LTU International Airlines;

36/LX-瑞士航空Swissair(星空联盟之一);

37/LY-以色列航空ELAL Israel Airlines;

38/MH-马来西亚航空Malaysia Airlines;

39/MK-毛里求斯航空Air Mauritius;

40/NH-全日空All Nippon Airways(星空联盟之一);

41/NW-美国西北航空 Northwest Airlines;

42/NX-澳门航空Air Macau;

43/NZ-新西兰航空Air New Zealand(星空联盟之一);

44/OS-奥地利航空Austrian Airlines;

45/OZ-韩亚航空Asiana Airlines(星空联盟之一);

46/PO-北极货运Polar Air Cargo;

47/PR-菲律宾航空Philippine Airlines;

48/QF-澳大利亚快达航空Qantas Airways;

49/QR-卡达尔航空Qatar Airways;

50/Q8-东亚太平洋航空Pacific Eastasian Cargo;

51/RA-尼泊尔航空Royal Nepal Airlines;

52/SK-北欧航空Scandinavian Commuter(星空联盟之一);

53/SQ-新加坡航空Singapore Airlines;

54/SU-俄罗斯航空Aeroflot-Russian Airlines;

55/TG-泰国航空Thai Airways International;

56/TK-土耳其航空Turkish Airlines(星空联盟之一);

57/UA-美联合航空United Airlines(星空联盟之一);

58/UO-香港快运航空HONGKONG EXPRESS;

59/VI-伏尔加第聂伯航空Volga-dnepr Airlines;

60/VS-维珍航空Virgin Atlantic Airways;

61/5X-联合包裹航空UPS;

62/AQ-宿雾航空Cebu pacific air;

63/AM-墨西哥航空Mexicana Airlines。

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送信日: 27/02/2013
更新日: 07/08/2014
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