Air China doubles up to London


Star Alliance member Air China will increase its Beijing - London Heathrow service to two daily flights from October 26.

The new flights are scheduled to connect travellers who depart from Asia-Pacific destinations such as Hong Kong, Japan and South Korea and connect in Beijing onto flights to Europe.

The new outbound A330-200 flight departs from Beijing at 14:30 and arrives in London at 17:50 local time. The inbound flight departs from London at 20:25 local time and arrives in Beijing at 14:45 Beijing time.

The original daily flights CA937/8 are operated as normal. The outbound flight leaves Beijing at 12:30, and the inbound flight departs from London at 17:40.

Business Class is configured with 180-degree full-flat seats.

Europe has become Air China's largest overseas market, and the airline now operates more than 100 flights between China and Europe a week, enabling passengers to travel from Beijing non-stop to 20 European cities.

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