ZSPD We are one of the very few service providers with its own ground handling team in China and our goal is simple: to make sure you have a great experience when flying into our country. China MAKE A RESERVATION GET PRICING Shanghai Pudong International Airport · Shanghai ZSPD We are one of the very few service providers with its own ground handling team in China and our goal is simple: to make sure you have a great experience when flying into our country. China MAKE A RESERVATION GET PRICING Shanghai Pudong International Airport ZSPD We are one of the very few service providers with its own ground handling team in China and our goal is simple: to make sure you have a great experience when flying into our country. China MAKE A RESERVATION GET PRICING Shanghai Pudong International Airport · Shanghai We are one of the very few service providers with its own ground handling team in China and our goal is simple: to make sure you have a great experience when flying into our country. China MAKE A RESERVATION GET PRICING Shanghai Pudong International Airport · Shanghai ZSPD

Location Details

Support Region
Local Time
24/7 Phone

Radio frequency

N/A

Languages spoken

Chinese and English

Hours of operation

24 hours

Fax

+86 21 22329533

Address

Room 208, No.1 Linghang Road, Pudong International Airport, Shanghai, China 201207

Cynthia ZhangCountry Managing Director

+86 18910774565

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Some Great Reasons to Choose Us

  1. Our highly-trained team is fluent in English and adheres to global compliance regulations.
  2. We’re one of the very few supervisory ground handling agents that can provide solutions to solve Shanghai’s complex parking restrictions.
  3. We always assign our own staff to supervise flight handling and never sublease agents like many other local handlers.

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Preferred Service Partners

Catering Arrangements

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All Available Services & Amenities

  • Contract Fuel Available
  • Flight Plan Filing
  • Weather Briefings
  • Permit Coordination
  • Baggage Handling
  • Security Arrangements
  • Crew Hotel Arrangements
  • Refreshments
  • Catering Arrangements
  • Ground Transportation
  • VIP Passenger Lounge
  • Crew Lounge
  • Internet Access
  • Maintenance
  • Car Rental
  • Lav Services
  • Oxygen Service
  • Customs & Immigration
  • Restrooms
  • Air Conditioning

Airport Information

Attribute Detail
Airport Name Shanghai Pudong International Airport
ICAO/IATA ZSPD / PVG
Location Shanghai, China
LAT / LON N31°08’33.2400 / E121°48’19.7500
Elevation 13 ft
Magnetic Variation 005°W
Airport of Entry Yes – AOE
Hours of Operation 24 hours – Restricted
Restrictions For foreign business aircraft only can take off or land in ZSPD/Pudong airport that 2 movements is not allowed to operate during peak hour 0001-1400UTC/ 0800-2200LOCAL each day. Meanwhile, it is not allowed to take off from 2300-0100UTC / 0700-0900Local in ZSPD airport, but arrival is acceptable.
Fuel Available JetA
Longest Runway 35R/17L (13123 ft x 197 ft)
Approaches ILS VOR/DME
RVSM Implemented
ACAS/TCAS II Required
ICAO Annex 16, Chapter II No restrictions
RNAV5/RNAV10 airspace Not implemented
8.33 MHz channel spacing Not required
Fire Category ZSPD: 9
Customs Yes
Slots Required Yes
Tower Frequency 118.4
Ground Frequency 121.7
Clearance Frequency 121.950
ATIS 127.850
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