Air China

Air China is the leading carrier operator in China and its services preside over 201 destinations globally. The airline runs 3 major airports and one secondary airport, all 4 of them are equipped with world-class facilities and transport. Star Alliance is the major alliance of Air China and provides access to more routes through shared airport services. Fleet is encompassed with robust carriers which are encompassed with modern tech giving the superior air journey to the passengers. Areas of operations of Air China include passenger flights, freight flights, charter flights, scheduled flights, non-scheduled flights, sports flights, staff recruiting, cabin crew training, and aeronautical engineering. Its major cities include London, Dubai, Dublin, Manchester, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, San Francisco, Venice, Vancouver, Budapest, Brussels, Berlin, Toronto, Singapore, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Tokyo, Osaka, and Frankfurt.


Air China's in-flight services are laudable and are considered the support system of the cabin workings. The Interior of the cabin is aesthetically designed, provides better space configuration, and is attached with upgraded utilities. Air China offers 4 different cabin classes. Incumbent services are accessible on all main cabins whereas premium ones or additional services differ from cabin to cabin. Necessities include a seating chair with minimum upholstery, USB charging, meal course, amenity kit, snacks and drinks, armrest, winged headrest, and IFE screens. Luxury utilities include flat lie bed seats, separate storage units, mood lights, dine-on demand, a collapsible table, privacy doors, and priority boarding.


  • First Class: It is fitted with flat lie lounge chairs which on a click of a button are transformable into a 2-meter bed, HD tv infused with avod tool, a chinaware dining/work table, mini cocktail bar, in-seat power, and extra storage compartment. Morning breakfast has hot and continental style meals followed by passenger choice of drink, then in the afternoon travelers are served the main dish added with an appetizer and the night dining menu includes an entree, dessert, and starter.
  • Business Class: Another lavish flying option. The cabin is fitted with wider legroom and wider pitch chairs which can be transformed into a sleeping bed, Pillow and blanket services with essential bags are also provided. Essential bag items include a toothbrush, toothpaste, eye mask, moisturizer, hand cream, hand towel, etc. USB and power sockets embedded on seats to recharge gadget batteries. HD TV is mounted on each seat comprising 100 hours plus entertainment.
  • Premium Economy: It is provided on Airbus A330-300, Airbus A350-900, Boeing 747-8, and Boeing 787-9 aircraft only. The cabin has a better space configuration than the economy cabin and gives a better seat pitch and width to sit in. The seats' pitch range is 31-34, have an armrest and winged headrest, and constitute a recline mechanism for the back support. Multiple meal courses along with snacks and drinks are served on the food menu.
  • Economy Class: Air China economy class seats have a minimum upholstery to provide a cushion for the back, constitute a tight seat pitch and minimum leg room, and offer a retractable tray for mobile/food space. Its provisions include USB charging, AVOD screens, lumbar support, headrest, and armrest. Full meal course to be given to the passengers of long haul journey only.


  • Hand Luggage: Allowance directly depends on the cabin class. The economy ones are allowed to take one carry-on bag up to the size of 5 kg and one personal item and the business ones can take 2 pieces of hand luggage up to the size of 8 kg per bag and one personal item. Bags not fitting the storage space are put on hold at the airport and the maximum size restriction is 55 x 40 x 20 cm.
  • Checked Luggage: The checked luggage policy is bifurcated into 2 parts i.e. domestic routes and international routes. On the domestic routes, the weight measurement is adhered to. The economy is allowed 20kg, the business class is allowed 30kg, and the first class is allowed 40 kg of checked baggage. The maximum dimensions for the checked bags are 100 x 60 x40 cm. On the international routes, the checked bags are allowed as per the selected routes.


Air China offers Phoenix Miles as its frequent flyer program. Both domestic and international travelers can earn points on every dollar they spend on Air China and its subsidiaries' airlines. Accumulated points can be earned at face value. Benefits of the program include ticket booking, VIP lounge access, hotel stay, car rental, and dedicated check-in lines.


  • Airport Check-in: commuters can directly login from the airport, within 3 hours of their departure. Just enter your ticket details at the counter and get your boarding pass.
  • Web Check-in: Travelers can check-in directly to the airline website and on the menu, after entering their ticket details, they can get their boarding pass.


  • Beijing- Capital
  • Beijing- Daxing
  • Chengdu- Shuangliu


  • Enter the Air China reservation webpage on your computer, android, or iOS. Hover your mouse to the top of the landing page, right there a book form is given.
  • Fill in the voyage details such as departure, arrival, date, time, one way, round trip, number of passengers, and cabin class.
  • Then hit the continue button and you will be directed to the find flights page.
  • On the flights page, you will get a rundown of several flight options. Select the one that suits your travel plan and budget.
  • After selecting the flight, it will take you to the itinerary page where you are supposed to provide personal details like name, passport number, date of birth, identification data, gender, phone number, fax number, email id, and so forth.
  • Now you will be redirected to the payment page, and pay the price of your ticket through modes like cards, cash, and so forth.
  • Once your payment is done, you will get the booking number and details via a msg to your phone number and a mail to your email id.