BEIJING, March 29, 2013 /CNW/ - Starting May 15, Air China will upgrade the airliner on its London (Heathrow) service CA937/8 to B777-300ER, a type quite popular with business travelers, and the daily flights will be offered on the market. The move is intended to improve service quality and create more pleasant customer experiences. The outbound flight departs at 14:10 Beijing time and the return flight departs at 20:25 local time.
B777-300ER is currently China's most state-of-the-art, comfortable and luxurious twin-engine long-haul aircraft. It offers lie-flat seats in its First Class and Business Class and personal power outlet and AVOD in all classes of service, keeping passengers entertained for the duration of a long flight. As a great aircraft operated on the Beijing-London route, B777-300ER will tremendously enhance the experiences of travelers.
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Air China is China's only national flag carrier and a Star Alliance member carrier. In addition to commercial operations, it also provides special flight services for the country's state leaders on official visit to other countries.
By a fleet of 432 Airbus and Boeing aircraft, including those operated by the entities we have a majority stake in, we run over 280 routes in 30 countries and regions. Thanks to our admission to the Star Alliance, our route network is able to place 1356 destinations in 193 countries within our reach. PhoenixMiles, our customer loyalty program, now boasts over 25million members.
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SOURCE: Air China
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