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 Historic Centre of Macau

Macau is an island that was once under the Portugese rule and is now a province in the People's Republic of China. The Macau International Airport is a transit point between Mainland China and Taiwan and since Macau has its own customs policies, flights between Macau and Mainland China are considered to be international flights. Flights to Macau are operated by a number of international airlines. The flights to Macau can be availed from a number of cities in South East Asia and the Macau Airport is also one of the few airports that have direct flights to North Korea.


For flights to Macau in China are operated by the following airlines:

AirAsia
Thai AirAsia
Air China
Air Macau
Asian Spirit
Cebu Pacific
China Eastern Airlines
Hainan Airlines
East Asia Airlines
EVA Air
Jetstar Asia Airways
Malaysia Airlines
Shandong Airlines
Shanghai Airlines
Shenzhen Airlines
Tiger Airways
TransAsia Airways
Viva Macau
Xiamen Airlines

Macau is also an important cargo base and a number of cargo airlines operate cargo flights to Macau China. They are:

  • Air Macau
  • EVA Air Cargo
  • Shanghai Airlines Cargo
  • Singapore Airlines Cargo
  • Northwest Airlines
  • Facilities in Macau

Flightshotelstours.com gives details on flights to Macau. Since Macau is a major tourist magnet in South East Asia, flights to Macau are availed by a large number of international tourists. Flights to Macau are available from:

Fuzhou
Hangzhou
Xiamen
Busan
Ho Chi Minh City
Jakarta
Sydney
Tokyo-Narita
Kaoshiung
Taipei-Taoyuan
Manila-Clark
Singapore
Wuxi
Shanghai-Pudong
Qingdao
Kuala Lumpur
Singapore
Kaoshiung
Hong Kong
Beijing
Kunming
Manila
Davao
Manila-Clark

Macau is home to the largest chunk of heritage property in China and the Historic Centre of Macau was made a UNESCO World Heritage Site in July 2005.