Huazhong University of Science and Technology
How To Reach HUST
International and Domestic Flights
There are more than 150 domestic and international lines connecting Wuhan
with over sixty metropolises inside China and abroad. Currently Wuhan has five
direct international lines to Osaka, Fukuoka, Seoul, Bangkok, and Singapore.
Another line sponsored by China Southern Airlines is from Wuhan to Guangzhou
and on to Paris.
A 20-kilometer speedway drive from the Tian He International Airport (WUH) to
the city center takes only twenty minutes. Airport shuttle buses leave for the city
following flight arrivals. From the airport to Hankou, the bus will charge 15 yuan
per person, 20 for Hanyang, and 30 for Wuchang; a taxi drive to the city area is
about 80-120 yuan.
Airport Enquiry: 0086-027-8581 8888
Southern Airlines Enquiry: 0086-027-8530 0000
Eastern Airlines Enquiry: 0086-027-6362 3820
Within China, air tickets can be booked in advance in hotels, guesthouses, and
ticket agencies in the city. Tickets are also available after working hours at the
counter in the departure hall in the airport Waiting Building.
Luxury buses leave for the airport from Jin Jia Dun Distance Bus Passenger
Station (opposite Hankou Railway Station) every hour. Airport buses and taxis
are also available outside the Arrival Hall in the Waiting Building at the airport.
To the airport
Fu Jia Po Distance Bus Passenger Station in Wuchang --> Wuchang Railway
Station --> Waiting Building of Tianhe Airport in Hankou --> Hankou Civil Aviation
Resident Area --> Waiting Building of Tianhe Airport
Buses leave from Fu Jia Po Distance Bus Passenger Station in Wuchang every
hour from 7:40 to 19:10. Buses leave from the Waiting Building in Hankou from
early 6:30 to 19:50 every hour and buses leave from Hankou Civil Aviation
Resident Area between 6:40 to 20:00 every hour.
From the airport
Waiting Building of Tianhe Airport --> Hankou Civil Aviation Resident Area -->
Waiting Building of Tianhe Airport in Hankou --> Jing Han Dadao in Hankou -->
Yangtze River Square in Hanyang --> Fu Jia Po Distance Bus Passenger Station
As a transportation hub in central China, Wuhan has three main railway lines:
1. Jingguang Railway (Beijing <--> Guangzhou),
2. Handan Railway (Hankou <--> Danjiangkou <--> Chongqing and Chengdu
3. Wujiu Railway (Wuchang <--> Jiujiang <--> Shanghai)
Train travel options are available between more than twenty major cities in China
and Wuhan, including Beiing, Zhengzhou, Tianjin, Luoyang, Chongqing, Xi'an,
Guangzhou and Nanchang. Trains from Wuhan to other cities in Hubei Province
are available daily. Please click here for schedules of intercity trains.
Trains Stations in Wuhan
The Yangtze Rive divides Wuhan into two parts, Hankou and Hanyang on the
western bank, and Wuchang on the eastern, called Three Towns of Wuhan.
There are two passenger stations in the city, one in the town of Wuchang and the
other in Hankou. The passenger station in Wuchang, Wuchang Railway Station"
(WRS), is located south of the town center, while the biggest station in Hankou,
"Hankou Railway Station" (HRS) is in the west.
Bus No. 10 and Special Line 561 run between the two stations. Make sure you
go to the right station and confirm this at the ticket counter before you book
Below are information on the two stations presented separately.
Wuchang Railway Station - ticket offices and transport information
Public transport service to the city
* WRS - abbr. of Wuchang Railway Station
* Stop names in Bold are important and popular places in the city
With the rapid development of road construction, China's highway mileage is
second in the world with a total of over 30,000 kilometers (1864 miles). Overland
buses are the most important means of transport in many parts of China. By
1999, over 1.35 million kilometers (840,000 miles) highway had been put into
use. Compared to air and trains, buses are the cheapest means of transport.
Travel to other cities from Wuhan
The national and provincial expressways and highways in Hubei Province
connect Wuhan with most provinces and cities in Central and Southern China.
Travel from Shanghai to Wuhan by train is 1,200 kilometers (746 miles) and will
take about 18 hours and the highway travel is 950 kilometers (590 miles), about
12 hours. The Beijing - Zhujiang Expressway enables travelers to take a
1300-kilometers (808 miles) drive direct to Wuhan from China's capital city.
Below are destination tables of Distance Passenger Stations in Wuhan listing
cities you can reach by bus from Wuhan.
As one of the ports of call on the Yangtze River, Wuhan welcomes cruise
travelers to this ancient city; ferries are available to Chongqing, Shanghai, and
other riverside cities. Dozens of cruise services in Wuhan offer deluxe cruises to
the famous Three Gorges. . The Passenger Port is located on the western bank
of the Yangtze River, at the right end of the famous Jianghan Road.
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