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One of China’s main air cargo centres, Binhai International Airport (TSN) is the hub airport for Tianjin Airlines and Okay Airways, as well as being a focus city for Air China. The airport sits around 13kms from Tianjin’s city centre and 30kms from Tianjin port, which is the country’s largest artificial deep water harbour.Don’t Miss
The new Binhai International Airport (TSN) terminal building opened in August 2014 and is used for all passenger traffic, which totals over 10 million per year. It also currently handles 59 flight routes from over 40 different airlines. It has had such an increase in passenger traffic over the past 15 years, making it one of China’s fastest growing airports.
Most passengers travel to a domestic destination, with Binhai International Airport (TSN) handling flights to over 20 cities, including Shanghai, Kunming, Xi'an and Guangzhou. International destinations served include Bangkok, Singapore, Tokyo, Seoul and Moscow.
The first floor of Binhai International Airport (TSN) is for departures, while the second floor handles arrivals. The basement connects passengers to transportation links, including the Tianjin Metro. There are ATMs, currency exchange booths, water fountains and smoking rooms in all areas of the passenger terminal building, as well as a post office in the arrivals hall.Restaurants and Bars
There are eating options on both the domestic and international levels of the terminal, though not many. They consist of fast food counters with a large seating area where there are known fast food chains as well as places that serve Chinese food. There is also a shop for purchasing instant noodles.Shopping
There is very little shopping offered at the Binhai International Airport (TSN) apart from a few souvenir shops and convenience stores for grabbing instant noodles, beverages and magazines. There is also a small duty-free shop in the international area of the terminal building for passengers travelling to international destinations.