Britain: Airline Doubles Service Between Beijing and London

 Airlines and Aviation

Air China adds a second daily flight to its Beijing-London Heathrow schedule as part of the Chinese airline’s active expansion of its European route network. Europe is currently the air carrier’s largest overseas market.


Palace of Westminster in London, England. Photo Credit: Tony Moorey.


Air China will add a second daily non-stop flight linking Beijing, China, with London, England, on 26 October 2014.

The airline will operate an Airbus A330-200 on both of its 2 daily flights between the 2 capital cities. Airplanes will have 2 class configuration with lie-flat seats in Business Class. Chauffeured transfers will be offered to VIP passengers.

The airline currently operates more than 100 non-stop flights to Europe per week. European travel destinations include Frankfurt, Germany; London, England; Madrid, Spain; Moscow, Russia; Paris, France; and Rome, Italy.

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