BEIJING, Oct. 8 /CNW/ -- Air China recently announced that it would put
luxurious A330s into service on routes Beijing-Rome/London/Dubai /Munich.
Before that, the A330s had been used on routes Beijing-
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In business class, the ergonomic seats can be readjusted to cater to
various sitting positions. Special features include 10.6-inch LCDs, AVOD,
games, and 100V AC plugs. More entertainment options are also available to
economy class passengers.
Luxurious aircrafts guarantee passengers a pleasant traveling experience.
Also, Air China plans to add one more flight every day to its Beijing-Bangkok
service and make adjustments to some of its international services. For more
information, please visit us at http://www.airchina.com.cn or dial 4008-100-
About Air China
Air China is a member carrier of the Star Alliance, the Beijing Olympics
Airline Partner and China's only national flag carrier. It boasts a fleet of
224 airliners and an extensive network of 243 routes (69 international ones, 6
regional ones and 168 domestic ones) which span 28 countries and regions and
offer passengers an easy travel to and from 81 domestic cities and 42
international cities. It offers 1 million seats on 6,000 flights per week.
Air China has forged partnerships with over 100 carriers around the
world. Its admission to the Star Alliance on December 12, 2007 has further
expanded its network to cover 897 cities in 160 countries.
Si Xin Fu Wu (four hearts service), Air China's service mantra which
stresses Credibility, Convenience, Comfort and Choice, reflects a top-down
commitment to customer orientation. PhoenixMiles, the company's customer
loyalty program, is the oldest of the genre in the country's airline industry.
Its Forbidden Pavilion First Class and Capital Pavilion Business Class
features reclining-to-a-bed seats and premium service redefines the luxury air
Air China has garnered numerous awards for its brand and service. For
three years running, it has been honored by China Civil Aviation Association
with the User Satisfaction Excellence Award, and by Business Travel magazine
and TTG as the Best Chinese Airline. In 2007, Air China made it among the Top
20 Chinese Most Competitive Companies and Top 500 World Brands.
For further information:
For further information: Han Xiao of Air china, +86-10-6146-2395,