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Macau

Location: Destinations / Macau

 

Macau plane tickets & flights

  

 

  

 

Exciting little autonomous province of China that used to be a Portuguese colony. Even today, when you walk on the streets, you get pinched by that Portuguese feel...

Macau is a gambling paradise primarily... Easy to reach from Hong Kong by boat.

We are now taking a look at the flight possibilities that you have when travelling to Macau....

 

Domestic flights

Not applicable.

 

International flights

Connections to various Southeast Asian destinations, especially with China and the major hubs like Singapore, Bangkok.

 

Airlines in Macau

 

Air Macau

Flag carrier of Macau.

Serves: Bangkok-Suvarnabhumi, Beijing-Capital, Chengdu, Guilin, Hangzhou, Kaoshiung, Manila, Nanjing, Osaka-Kansai, Seoul-Incheon, Shanghai-Pudong, Taipei-Taoyuan, Xiamen.

  

Viva Macau

Short and long haul low cost carrier based in Macau.

Flies as far away as Sydney.

 

Various other carriers: AirAsia, Cebu Pacific, EVA Air, JetStar Asia Airways, Shanghai Airlines, Spirit of Manila Airlines, Thai AirAsia, Tiger Airways, etc

Some of Asia's important airlines operate to Macau. You will not see European or North American airlines here, except occasionally.

    

Destinations, major airports in Macau

 

Macau International Airport

 

Useful related resources

  

Macau Guide

Macau Travel Guide

Article that wishes to unveil the attractiveness of this often forgotten destinations that is just a short boat trip away from Hong Kong and travelers still miss it.

Addition: November 20, 2009


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 Last modified/updated: November 20, 2009      

 

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