Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport in China is located 28km (17 miles) from the centre of Guangzhou which is the capital of Guangdong province (formerly Canton) in China. The new state-of-the-art airport was opened in August 2004, replacing the former International Guangzhou airport with the same name which has now been abandoned.
Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport is one of China's largest aviation hubs in South China and home to China Southern Airlines. This is the third-busiest airport in China
There are two Terminals in Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport. Terminal 1 was opened on Aug 05 2004. And New Terminal 2 of Guangzhou Airport was used on April 26 2018.
Passengers are able to go to Guangzhou downtown by taking metro 3, shuttle bus or taxis there. Taxis to the centre of Guangzhou are available outside the arrival hall of Guangzhou airport, but have your destination written in Chinese as most of the drivers don't speak English. The airport has many restaurants, bars and fast-food outlets. A shopping center and booths with small shops are located in the main terminal building. Most major Chinese banks have currency exchange counters and international ATM tellers in the main terminal building. Accommodation available in Guangzhou hotels near the airport.