Harbin Taiping International Airport was originally called Harbin Yanjiagang Airport founded in 1979. In 1998, it was renamed as Harbin Taiping International Airport, thus ranking in the international airports. In 1994, the airport was expanded. In June 1997, the expansion project was completed with the total investment of RMB 960 million. The expanded airport was designed as per the annual throughput of 6.66 million person-times in 2005, the peak throughput of 3,000 person-times and the sorties of 180 per day with the flight grade of 4D and available for Boeing 767 and other large aircrafts. In addition to the new station site of 36,000 square meters, the terminal building of 60,000 square meters and the air traffic control building of 3,500 square meters, there are still other auxiliary facilities and support systems and mating projects.
Currently, Harbin Taiping International Airport has the largest terminal building in Northeast China, first-class airport facilities. 24 airlines have been commissioned here with the weekly flights of nearly 200 and 50 domestic and international flights and 40 terminals, including, Beijing, Shanghai, Chengdu, Guangzhou, Seoul, Vladivostok, etc.
No transfer counters
50 yuan (usu. included in the airfare; infants exempted)
The automatic check-in counter is provided at the information desk of China Southern Airlines, Floor 2, Terminal Building. You can check in and print your boarding pass.
The whole terminal building is equipped with toilets specially designed for the disabled.
An infant room is located nearby No. 8 boarding gate providing children entertainment place and nursing room without full-time keeper.
No. 1-13 check-in counters, waiting hall, floor 2, terminal Building (The check-in service will be stopped 30 minutes prior to the scheduled flight departure)
First-class Lounge of China Southern Airlines: nearby No. 3 and No. 14 boarding gate. Opening time: 6:30 a.m.—end of flight.