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Q: How long does it take to travel between Shanghai and Xiangyang in Hubei Province?

I would appreciate any additional info. ie. Is taking the bus or train or airplane best? What's the cost? Frequency of service? Thank you!! Pls. reply ASAP!

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12hrs48mins with traffic ...by car.. 1080kms as per google map 

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Rail and highway transportation facilities in Xiangfan are very good. Xiangfan is a railway junction for the Xiangfan-Chongqing (Xiangyu),Hankou-Danjiangkou (Handan), and Jiaozuo-Liuzhou (Jiaoliu) Railways. Three National Highways including Route 207 pass through the city. The Han River and four other rivers are open to commercial navigation year-round. The Xiangfan Airport has commercial airline service to major cities throughout China including Beijing, Shanghai, and Guangzhou.

 

FROM WIKI...

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Suggest taking airplane or train.They are much safer.About 10 hours in train.Taking airplane will be a little quicker.It costs about 1000 yuan.I don't think there have much service coz the journey is not long.

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I guess it will take about 600 yuan by train.And you can lie down in train.Called "卧铺" ticket.By airplane it would take about 4 hours in sky.But you have to check the air company flight time table.

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Thank you Thak and China! * Hmm, I have no idea which airlines will be flying that route. * Maybe, China Southern. ??? 

 

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Just used google searching airlines, Eastern air company MU2540,lift from hongqiao international airport in shanghai and land on liuji airport in xiangyang.The flight is from 16:10 to 18:15,much quicker than I expected.The plane is boeing 738.Cost about 1000 yuan.Got these massage from:

http://flights.ctrip.com/Domestic/SHA-XFN/?flighttype=D&dcity=SHA&acity=XFN&relddate=2&relrdate=2&sortbyprice=true&utm_source=&utm_medium=&utm_campaign=&campaign=CHNgoogle266&adid=F_SHAXFN3&gclid=&isctrip=T

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