Shanghai is the largest city of the People's Republic of China and is located on the edge of the Changjiang delta. The development of this city in the last few decades has made it the most important economic, trade, financial and communication centre of China. Shanghai is also one of the busiest ports in the world, along with Singapore and Rotterdam. Administratively, Shanghai is one of the four municipalities of China, which has provincial status. The two Chinese characters in the name "Shanghai" literally mean "above" and "sea".
Shanghai's highest and hottest periods are marked by March, June and October. Hotel rates will be more costly than any other month, as will airline fares. However, if you purchase a flight or accommodation reservation sooner, you can still get excellent deals. Travellers' lower month is in December. If you visit Shanghai that month, you can get affordable plane tickets and accommodations.
Clark International Airport – is a Pampanga Province International Airport. It is the Philippines' primary international airport within the Angeles and Mabalacat Clark Freeport Zone. Located 80 km northwest of Manila, is where Clark International Airport located. The Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway provides access to Clark International Airport. The main and northern Luzon are served by Clark International Airport. Clark International Airport Corporation (CIAC) is managing and operating the airport. However, the Philippine Air Force is using the Southern portion of the airport. International and national airlines operate at Clark International Airport. A new terminal building for passengers is under construction and is anticipated to be completed by 2020.
Shanghai Pudong International Airport – is the largest international airport in Shanghai, the People's Republic of China. The airport was built on October 1, 1999, and is located 30 kilometres East of downtown Shanghai. Another major airport in Shanghai is Hongqiao, which mainly serves domestic flights. There are domestic and international flights from the airport to the main cities in the country and abroad, as well as cargo flights. Pudong Airport is the base of Air China, the national airline in the People's Republic of China, which flies from Shanghai to major cities in the country and abroad. China Eastern Airlines and Shanghai Airlines also use this airport as their hub. In 2010, the number of passengers in Pudong was 40,578,621 people and the cargo handled more than 3,227,914 metric tons. Until now, Pudong Airport has two terminals.
According to the climate classification by Koppen, Shanghai has a humid subtropical climate. Shanghai city has an annual average temperature of 15.8 °C at the urban districts while it has an annual average temperature of 15.2 °C to 15.7 °C in the suburbs.